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Scott Quinn 'Run' by Jake Mavity
Shot on a rig comprised of five iPhones (portrait mode) to make one fractured yet complete image, Jake Mavity's video for singer-songwriter Scott Quinn tells the story of a young woman battling both a break-up and her own deteriorating mental health.
"For Scott Quinn's Run we wanted to create a story that explores memory, and how these memories and emotions affect how we view the world around us.
"We built a custom rig that allowed us to create a frame comprised of 5 separate portrait images. This compartmentalises the characters in the wider frame, splitting and dividing the image.
"We shot on phones as they seemed to provide a good metaphor for the broader concept; superficially the same on the outside but actually each one recording and responding to the world that they are filming in their own idiosyncratic way - just like we as humans do too."
|Production Company||Mavity & Co.|
|Director of Photography||Joe Douglas|
|2nd AC||David Ansah|
|Editing company||The Quarry|
|Casting director||Coralie Rose|
|Grading company||Coffee & TV|
|Post production company||Coffee & TV|
|Post Producer||Gus Quirk|
|Lead actor||Lizzie Slater|
|Lead actor||Scott Quinn|
|Other credits||Hair & Make-Up Assistant: Sian Chamberlain Webber Spark: Jordan Gosling Lighting - Prolight London DIT - Will Gardner Runner - Harry Beedle Runner - Tom Parkinson Artist Managers - Jason Odle & Ross Quinn Label Managers - James Gaster & Ed Steward BTS Editor - Ben Harding Scott-quinn.lnk.to/Listen|
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