David Knight - 20th Aug 2018

Tom Green has created a thought-provoking and suitably moving video to accompany Ray Blk's heartfelt Run Run.

This brings us into the world of a black British teenager who is almost certainly also a murder victim. But in a place somewhere between reality and a dystopian purgatory, his fear and need to escape continues.

The metaphorical journey of the boy, powerfully played by Kai Francis Lewis, is intercut with Ray's performance on the terrace of a London estate. "It was very emotional being on set to shoot the Run Run video," she says. "Tears were shed.

"There’s a scene where I am up on the roof of an estate in Brixton and I was looking down at these surroundings, thinking about what was probably going on in the estate. It was very real. Everyone walked away that day after filming feeling heavy."

PRO Credits


DirectorTom Green
ProducerNkem Egbuchiri
Executive ProducerKatie Lambert
1st ADMark Gillespie
Director of PhotographyKristof Brandl
Focus PullerBernin Isaac
2nd ACSam Hayes, Chris Rogers
GafferRik Burnell
Art DirectorMaxwell Randall
WardrobeIhunna Eberendu
Make-upGrace Ellington
EditorJames Wright
Editing companyTenThree
ColouristLewis Crossfield
VFXFelix Geen
Lead actorKai Francis Lewis
CommissionerCaroline Clayton
LabelIsland Records
Other creditsUkraine Production: Radioaktive Film UA Producer: Daria Stephani Steadicam UA: Grant Sandy Philips Steadicam UK: Richard Cornelius

David Knight - 20th Aug 2018

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