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David Knight - 29th Mar 2018

Tokyo garage band DYGL perform among an enthusiastic crowd of young Londoners, while an alienated anti-hero attempts to get his head straight, in this supercool video by Australian director Toto Vivian.

It was shot in the Bussey Buildings in Peckham on 16mm, and appropriately for the music there's a real throwback, almost timeless feel about this one.

Credits

DirectorToto Vivian
ProducerToto Vivian
1st ADKaine Levy
Director of PhotographyJack Reynolds
GafferRyan Monteith
EditorToto Vivian
ColouristTim Smith
Grading companyElectric Theatre Company
Lead actorMatt Gordon
Other creditsSam Henry Matthew Simmons

David Knight - 29th Mar 2018

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