Promonews - 15th Oct 2018

Joshua Osborne's latest video for Tom Misch puts him at the heart of a very groovy, funk-era recording session with his band. And De La Soul's Posdnuos relays his performance via an old tube TV set. The result is a piece for It Runs Through Me with a wonderfully blissful vibe.       

JOSHUA OSBORNE:

"The message behind the track is about the feeling that music gives people and how it flows right through them, this is what I wanted to focus on within this video.

"Taking inspiration from Stan Douglas' film Luanda Kinshasa, we shot Tom with his live band at a recording studio in South London, emulating the live session atmosphere whilst incorporating hints of narrative throughout.

"The song reminded me of the funk/soul era. So through styling and art direction we celebrated that time and stripped everything back, letting the music and energy lead the film."

PRO Credits

Credits

DirectorJoshua Osborne
ProducerJohnny Griffith
ProducerTom O'Driscoll
Executive ProducerBen Schneider
1st ADChris Malin
Director of PhotographyDiana Olifirova
Focus PullerKate Molins
2nd ACJames Wicks
GafferBen Ransley
Art DirectorBon Walsh
LabelKobalt Label
Make-upEmma Regan
EditorHasani Franke
Editing companyWork Editorial
ColouristJoseph Bicknell
Post production companyWork Editorial
Post ProducerJulian Marshall
CommissionerDuncan Murray
Production CompanyRadical Media
WardrobeLuci Ellis
Other creditsProduction Assistant: Ester Viana Runners: Gabriel Brown, Lewis Osborne

Promonews - 15th Oct 2018

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