Stealth 'How Much Further' by Samuel Taylor
An abandoned office in the post-crash financial district becomes the playground of three energetic young thrillseekers in Samuel Taylor's video for Stealth's How Much Further.
This video snaps out the starting gates with the youthful exuberance of its leads (Bradley Salter, Mike McNeish & Max Jarish) and never really lets up. And with all their energy, these young rebels also start communicating through a mix of sign language and ritualistic movement as a way to avoid the prying ears of our surveillance-obsessed society. It's an allegory by choreography that's pulled together with some aplomb by Taylor's own kinetic edit.
|Production Company||Loose Moose Productions|
|1st AD||Leah Revivo|
|Director of Photography||Hunter Daly|
|Focus Puller||Rupert Hornstein|
|2nd AC||Jody Roberts|
|Art Director||Jess Barrell|
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