Promonews - 5th June 2018

Artist and filmmaker Greg Barth explores intimacy in an increasingly digitized world in this thought-provoking music video for French electronic producer, Rone. 
Concepts of virtual sex and loneliness are taken to their logical extremes in this dystopian vision that seamlessly fuses intimate live action performance with slick 3D animation.

PRO Credits


DirectorGreg Barth
Executive ProducerBart Yates
ProducerSelena Cunningham
Production ManagerLaura Jenkins
Director of PhotographyAnnika Summerson
Make-upSusana Mota
Art DirectorNigel Howlett
Art DirectorGreg Barth
StudioNan Studios
1st ADAmelie Guyot
Focus PullerLaura Dinnett
GafferBen Manwaring
EditorNick Armstrong
ColouristJonny Thorpe
Grading companyGlassworks
Other creditsElectricians: Charlie Doe & Chris Rawthorn DIT: Keir Garnet-Lawson Set Construction: Nigel Howlett, Chris Webb Cast: Naomi Weijand & Callum Sterling, Maggie Day Casting: Nana Klimek at Headnod Agency Post Production: CGI Supervisor: Peregrine McCafferty VFX: Static FX CGI: Aaron Smith, Phillipe Medina, Peregrine McCafferty, Greg Barth Compositors: Shahin Toosi, Alina Simion, Felip Docolomansky, Quentin Vien, Sandrine Jimenez, Grzegorz Zolnowski Post Prod coordination: Alexandra Oprea VFX Supervisors: peregrine McCafferty, Liviu Dinu, Alin Dumitru Houdini: Ronen Tanchum @Phenomena Labs Sound Design: Nookaad Studios

Promonews - 5th June 2018

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