Lucy Rose 'No Good At All' by Christopher McGill
Christopher McGill's latest collaboration with Lucy Rose and DoP Stephen Murphy is a heavenly '70s TV throwback.
The performance clip – shot on 16mm with vintage lenses – authentically recreates the American TV performances of yesteryear with a hazy golden-hued beauty. The simple setting is strengthened with design flourishes and kaleidoscopic effects to create a fun homage to a golden age.
|Executive Producer||Lucy Rose|
|Executive Producer||Christopher McGill|
|1st AD||Ffion Kunz|
|Director of Photography||Stephen Murphy|
|Focus Puller||Jake McClean|
|2nd AC||Josy Thieme|
|Art Director||Madeleine Girling / Holly Piggot|
|Grading company||Coffee & TV|
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