Liam Papadachi's video for Irish band Fontaine's D.C is a soulful portrayal of a day in the life of a young family, struggling to make ends meet, and coming to terms with how their lives …
Tara Carosielli 'Holloway Road' by Liam Papadachi
Liam Papadachi gives us a snapshot of what it's like to be young, in love and lost in the big city in this clip for Tara Carosielli.
Shot in 4:3 aspect ratio across an array of analogue/semi-analogue media we see a young couple in London going through the motions and trying to have a good time. Intercut with a stylish lo-fi performance from Carosielli wherein coloured beams of light slice the frame in half. The clip balances an opportunistic, almost voyeuristic shoot with stylised aesthetic elements to create a curious snapshot of life as a young couple in London.
|Production Company||Date Squad|
|Director of Photography||Chris Parton|
|Editing company||Marshall Street|
|Grading company||Time Based Arts|
|Lead actor||Marc @ Brothers|
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