David Knight - 6th Mar 2018

Matilda Finn has created a memorably intense and sexy fantasy-horror for Bipolar Sunshine.

A beautiful woman enters an apartment, and gracefully stalks a prone, alive but paralysed man, toying with her prey. And then this top predator moves onto her next victim... 

This scenario for Bipolar Sunshine's Easy To Do is all mysterious mood and atmosphere, a series of unsettling but beautiful images (beautifully shot by Ben Fordesman) that build to little stabs of terror. It's also a big cinematic statement from Finn following her successes in 2017 that culminated in her winning Best New Director at the UKMVAs last year.

PRO Credits

Credits

DirectorMatilda Finn
ProducerGloria Bowman
Executive ProducerLuke Tierney
Director of PhotographyBen Fordesman
Focus PullerEd Tucker
Post production companyTime Based Arts
Other creditsVFX Supervisor: Stephen Grasso VFX Lead: Matt Shires Flame OP: Ben Stonehouse Nuke: Ralph Briscoe, Linda Cieniawska, Bernardo Varela Colourist: Simone Grattarola Post Producer: Sean Ewins, Sam Napper Post Executive Producer: Tom Johnson Editor: Matilda Finn Sound Designer: Seb Bruen Sound Designer: Pär Carlsson Directors Assistant / DIT: Sebastian Xander Production Assistant: Alex Jefferson, Jenny Broad 1st AD: Ato Yankey 2nd AD: Otis Dominique Runner - Bradley Boorman, Khadejia Ghislanzoni, Joey Philippe-Dali 2nd AC: Ed Ratcliffe Day Two 2nd AC: Deepa Keshvala Grip: Tony Shults Gaffer: Adam Bell Electrician: Michael Smit, Jim Agnew Rigger:Steve Daly Day 2 Camera Trainee : Charlotte Croft Production Designer: Ashleigh Latter Production Designer Asst: Rose Sapey Wardrobe: Justin Rose Female Outfit Created By Tamzin Lilywhite Prosthetics Artist: Natasha Lawes Prosthetics Assistant: Ruth Pease Animal Wrangler: Dean C/o Antony Bloom BTS: Orlando Morris Cast: Brenda Bokoe, Eric Kolelas, Nile Kabeho, Jason Deer SPECIAL THANK YOU TO: Arri, Panalux, Pixi Pixel And Green Kit

David Knight - 6th Mar 2018

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