Sam Fender 'Dead Boys' by Vincent Haycock
In a poignant and powerful video for Sam Fender's track Dead Boys, director Vincent Haycock depicts a portrait of young men, each experiencing their own troubles and despair, each facing sinister, suicidal scenarios.
The combination of character, sometimes ferocious action and still life compositions produces a highly atmospheric and haunting visual, with Haycock's eye complimented by Rina Yang's camerawork. A brilliantly executed video that aims to raise awareness for the taboo subject of a very important subject.
|Producer||Fred Bonham Carter|
|Production Company||Park Pictures|
|Director of Photography||Rina Yang|
|Focus Puller||Thom Nicolson|
|2nd AC||Chris Rogers|
|Art Director||Vincente Ben|
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