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Interpol 'If You Really Love Nothing' by Hala Matar
Kristen Stewart galavants through a wild party in Interpol’s new video, directed by Hala Matar.
It all takes place at a glamourous shadowy, red-bathed nightclub, where Stewart gloriously plays against her usual casting. Having made out with sharp-dressed Finn Wittrock, she takes on everyone and everything in the club - while Interpol play the house band.
Matar delivers a hallucinatory experience around Stewart's whirlwind performance, piling on the details wiin this glamourous underworld. And it was shot both in LA and Mexico City.
|Executive Producer||Candice Dragonas|
|Director of Photography||Jeff Bierman|
|Lead actor||Kristen Stewart|
|Lead actor||Finn Wittrock|
|Line Producer||Miranda Kahn|
|Other credits||A Prettybird and Orange Bungalow Production In association with FilmLab and Cineburó Los Angeles Unit Shot at Jones, Hollywood Associate Producers: Marc Edouard Leon, Cassidy Pahl, Max Loeb & Kilby Rodell 1st Assistant Camera: Santiago Garcia 2nd Assistant Camera: Joel Martin Steadicam Operator: Nick Muller Photographer: Cheyenne Miller Production Coordinator: Andrew Singer Production Assistant: Clementine Cayrol, Carlos Salazar & Griffin Blazi Background PA: Graham Finley Key Grip: Robert Exner Best Boy Grip: Johnny Silvis Add'l Grip: Joffrey Mason Gaffer: Brian Hickman Best Boy Electric: Fredrick Marx Add'l Electric: Daniel Carrillo VFX: Dan Dan Bonch Make-up Dept. Head: Tsipporah Liebman Asst. Make-up Dept.: Lindsay Rivera Hair Dept. Head: Ericka Verrett Asst. Hair Dept.: Nicole Konovaloff Costume Designer: Hind Matar Asst. Costume Designer: Serra Geris Costume Assistant: Elena Bonvicini, Marisa Ellison & Daniel Lee Production Designer: Kilby Rodell Art PA: David Kalb & Bez Martinen Editor: Jarrett Fijal & Bonch Extras Casting: Morgan Rehbock Location Manager: Keith McCarthy Location Representative: James Stein Storyboard Artist: Jian Giannini Colorist: Aubrey Woodiwiss, Carbon VFX Camera Equipment: 2020 Camera, Shot on Alexa Grip Equipment: Blue Rock Media Corp. Electric Equipment: Red's Lighting Walkie Talkies: Rockbottom Rentals Harddrives: FilmTools Vehicle Rental: Avon Props: Independent Studio Services Expendables: Quixote Wardrobe: Christopher Kane, Thom Browne, Sharon Wauchob, Rochas, Antonio Marras, Alexander White, Ports 1961, Paul Andrew, Alexander White, The Shiny Squirrel, Lizzy Fortunato, Paul Andrew, Vans, Hugo Boss, Michael Kors, Just Cavalli, Vitor Zerbinato, Sandro, Canali, Castlecliff NYC, The Ruby LA, Halston, Levi’s, WWAKE & LADY GREY Sponsored by VANS Drink Sponsors: Gem & Bolt and Jack Daniels Mexico City Unit Shot at Teatro de la Ciudad, Mexico DF Producer: Sam Pressman Executive Producer: Gabriel Stavenhagen & Danny Goodman Line Producer: Mar Mercado Director of Photography: Jeff Bierman 1st Assistant Camera: Sergio Briseno 2nd Assistant Camera: Alex Villanueva DIT: Karlo Perez Makeup: Fernanda Salazar Gaffer: Israel Martinez Staff: Sergio Zavala Driver: Alvaro Garcia Camera Equipment: Simplemente & Iris Mendieta Walkie Talkies: Juan Manuel Soto Harddrives: Aldo Blanco Lights: Ulises Martinez|
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