A young girl with an ability she doesn't quite understand is implored to save the life of a dying man. But messing with the spirits eventually comes at a grave cost in the atmospheric video for …
KAIS 'Ain't Goin' Nowhere' by Richard Paris Wilson
A man has a lot to wrestle with in this stark period piece from Richard Paris Wilson for KAIS.
With an incredible location on his side in the form of an Alabama ghost town, Wilson's story of guilt and religious duality in the 1920s is a harsh little narrative in a harsh little place where nobody seems to win.
Dripping in symbolism, the clip is an atmospheric, sinister film normally not seen occupying country music videos.
|Director||Richard Paris Wilson|
|Production Company||Wrough Writers, We Are Cowboys|
|1st AD||Elizabeth Hagale|
|Director of Photography||Markus A. Ljungberg|
|Focus Puller||Joey Brown|
|2nd AC||Charles Coleman|
|Art Director||Jasper Lee|
|Editor||Richard Paris Wilson|
|Grading company||Smoke & Mirrors|
|Titles||Richard Paris Wilson|
|Sound design||Marcus Alexander|
|Other credits||Cast: The Man - Kais, The Priest - Tom Hagale, The Daughter - Ericka Desouza, The Wife - Rebecca Lines, The Son - Noah Hetrick Best Boy Electric: Turner Little Best Boy Grip: Sam Goodwin Set PA: Jacob Pinkerton Set PA: Retta Bonner Compositer: Dan Neeson, Richard Paris Wilson Child Chaperone: Christian Hetrick Special Thanks: Ian Pons Jewell, Andy @ Smoke & Mirrors, The Alabama Film Office, Rumble, Bobby Bright, Tomé Reinhart, Jackson Lake Island, Rob Hughes, Taylor Robinson, Sean Kirby @ Southern Lighting & Grip|
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