Lassamie Prasimay - 3rd Oct 2018

Liam Papadachi directs a nostalgic performance by Sheffield indie band Redfaces, in a band set-up that dressed with lots of beautiful flowers. 

Shot on super 16mm, this is as colourful as a florist shop in spring. Just hope no-one in the band was suffering from hayfever...


DirectorLiam Papadachi
ProducerLiam Papadachi
Production CompanySomewhere Films
Executive ProducerJames Greenall
Director of PhotographyJack Reynolds
Focus PullerSam Riley
2nd ACMilo Brown
GafferMatt Simmons
Art DirectorAfra Zamara
WardrobeOliver Vaughan
EditorOwen O’Sullivan
Editing companyMarshall Street Editors
ColouristMyles Bevan
Grading companyTime Based Arts
Other creditsArt Assistant: Martina Frikke Thanks To East London Studios, Panavision, Cinelab & Kodak.

Lassamie Prasimay - 3rd Oct 2018

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