Col3trane 'Tyler' by Felix Brady
Felix Brady's second video for Col3trane is another VFX-fired feat of visual ingenuity, to show he's a young director who's becoming a dab hand at bringing old school tech bang up to date.
Like his first Col3trane video - for Language (ft Ebenezer), nominated at this year's UKMVAs - this one for Tyler sees multiple versions of the young London rapper turn up in one continuous shot. Where the first video drops Col3trane at different spots across East London, this one is far more in-your-face and somewhat claustrophobic. A swirling camera picks up different Coles, going after the same girl - and all takes place inside (and outside) the confined space of a caravan travelling down a country road.
Once again Brady puts his faith to MOCO, just like in the Language video, and makes the most of Col3trane's undoubted charisma, charm and flair of the visually inventive (he's also nominated at the UKMVAs for the Oscar Hudson-directed video for Fear & Loathing/Britney.
|Executive Producer||Katie Lambert|
|Production Manager||Alex Jefferson|
|1st AD||Ezra Sumner|
|Director of Photography||Ruben Woodin Dechamps|
|Focus Puller||Richard Savage|
|Gaffer||Bill Rae Smith|
|Art Director||Elizabeth El Kadi + Chloe Brady|
|Grading company||The Mill|
|VFX||Matt King + Daniel Hawkins|
|Lead actor||Alexandra Tinney|
|Director's Representation||Sarah Boardman|
|Other credits||MOCO Operator: Justin Pentecost Camera Trainee: Greg Welbourne Sparks: Callum Crisell + John Letsinger Trainee Spark: Chris Dumont Runners: Nancy Smith, Cheyenne Waters 2nd Unit Camera: Thomas Terminet Sound Design: Jack Patterson @ Wave Studios|
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