Denai Moore 'Trickle' by Raine Allen-Miller
Raine Allen-Miller uses the motifs of classical religious painting and gives them a contemporary relevance in her video for Denai Moore.
As the camera moves out from Denai's face, she is revealed as the central figure in a tableaux featuring characters each representing different aspects of the human condition. The symbolic nature of these characters is reinforced by bursts of animation and finally,the arrival of balloon sharks floating above the scene.
"Anxiety is a strange thing, that grows and comes in many forms. The Tableux, snippets of those forms - touching on anger, love, fear, fragility - but most importantly images that can be perceived in different ways, as anxiety is so subjective. I wanted to shoot it like a modern Renaissance – cinematic yet painterly, with Denai as the focus."
|Head of Music Video||Hannah Turnbull-Walter|
|Executive Producer||Denna Cartamkhoob|
|1st AD||Steve Wingrove|
|2nd AD||Dorothy Allen-Pickard|
|Director of Photography||James Blann|
|1st AC||Toby Goodger|
|2nd AC||Jomar O’Meally|
|Art Director||Hatty Ellis-Coward|
|Art Department Assistant||Alicia Howlett|
|Costume designer||PC Williams|
|Asst stylist||Misty Griffiths|
|Hair & Make-up||Paula Valencia|
|Make-up (Artist)||Christina Nwabugo|
|Movement Director||Hayley Hill|
|Post production company||Time Based Arts|
|Other credits||Grip: Andy Young Jib Operator: Simon Priestman Gaffer: Ben Skyrme Electrician: Joey Seery Electrician: Peter Kehoe Spark Trainee: Tina Georgieva Balloon Op: Dan Carter Animation Assistant: Leona Kadijevic Hair & Make Up Assistant: Dominika Kasperowicz Manicurist: Jessica Summer Runner: Kaelan Ratcliffe, Millie Allen, Trey Robinson, Benn Capon|
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