PRODUCTION ASSISTANT: Esteher Reiss 1ST AD: Conor Joyce DOP: Arran Green FOCUS PULLER (Day 1): Marcus Albertsen FOCUS PULLER (Day 2): Jed Darlington GAFFER: Drew Morgan SPARK: Daniele Colucciello …
Roisin Murphy 'All My Dreams' by Roisin Murphy
Roisin Murphy's new album All My Dreams/Innocence, a collaboration with legendary dance producer Maurice Fulton, comes with a trio of new videos directed by Murphy herself. And here's the first – a burst of lo-fi, tongue-in-cheek rave nostalgia.
Filmed at London’s The Store X at 180 The Strand, where Murphy held a two-day residency, Murphy called on “dancers, choreographers, actors, dreamers” to the event and has achieved a sort of highly stylised ironic version of the singer's clubby past, but with plenty of authentic passion too.
Just as she's a super-creative and incorrigible artist, Roisin shows she has a real talent as a director determined to be experimental.
|Production Manager||Lisa Turnbull|
|1st AD||Conor Joyce|
|Director of Photography||Arran Green|
|Focus Puller||Marcus Albertsen|
|Art Director||Charlotte King|
|Post Producer||Phil Tidy|
|Focus Puller||Jed Darlington Roberts|
|Art Director||Maurizio Cianciaruso|
|Production Assistant||Esther Reiss|
|Other credits||DIRECTORS ASSISTANT: Jay Creagh WARDROBE ASSIST: Stephanie Greenslade RUNNER/DRIVER: David Burridge CAMERA KIT: Pixie Pixel LIGHTING: Grip Van|
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