Brigitta Szaszfai's experimental video for London-based False Heads uses three different formats - thermo camera, expired colour positive Super 8 film and digital - to tell an …
Jessica Wilde 'Cry For Me' by Brigitta Szaszfai
Jessica Wilde turns her man into all kinds of useful everyday items in Brigitta Szaszfai's video for Cry For Me.
It's certainly fired by an interesting idea. As men have a problem showing their emotions, they need a little push. So turning them into a a bathroom tap is a good way to get the tears flowing.
Szaszfai brings the metaphor into a classic pop video world, with boldly colourful sets built in the studio.
|1st AD||Ian Robertson|
|Director of Photography||David Pimm|
|Focus Puller||Anthony Mchugh|
|2nd AC||Tim Warner|
|Art Director||David Hamilton|
|Colourist||Jack Kibbey Newman|
|Lead actor||Jessica Wilde|
|Lead actor||Ben Francis|
|Other credits||Grip: Reece Hernshaw|
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