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Chase & Status 'Love Me More' by Oliver Jennings
Oliver Jennings’s prolific run of music videos since he joined Partizan a few months ago continues with this gritty, fast-paced portrait of a group of young Londoners as they prepare to get into Lovebox Festival in East London by unconventional means, to watch Chase & Status's headlining show.
Their pre-festival rituals are combined with footage from the set, where guest vocalist Emeli Sandé performed the track Love Me More. And as with his previous work, Jennings' combines energy and atmosphere with authenticity, and blends story, real life and a real concert into a very satisfying whole.
|Executive Producer||Claire Stubbs|
|Production Manager||Rosie Box|
|Production Manager||Katherine Hayes|
|1st AD||Chris Malin|
|Director of Photography||Ed Hubert|
|2nd AC||Callum Mcdermott|
|2nd AC||Austin Phillips|
|Art Director||Caroline Story|
|Grading company||Squence Post|
|Lead actor||Desamuel Akpro, Oscar Eastop, Rosalinde Moxon, Shannon Reynolds, Cameron Crisp|
|Other credits||PRODUCTION ASSISTANT - JOE BROWNE RUNNERS - JOSHUA McCLURE, ALICE EVELEIGH, LEANNE HINCHCLIFFE|
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