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Ten Fé 'Won't Happen' by Niall Trask
MVA-nominated Niall Trask captures Ten Fé in rural Portugal, in an old-school band-out-of-water video.
Shot on 16mm in Leiria, the landscape, buildings and people add colour and character to this essentially simple showcase for the band's catchy Won't Happen.
"Shot in rural Portugal in the Leiria District over a manic 48 hours door to door from my flat in Brixton. Whilst the employing a cinema verité approach - been waiting ten years to use that term – and capturing the locals and environment as organically as possible, we set out to collide this with a conventional pop performance element."
|Production Company||Ob Production Services|
|Executive Producer||Sam Holmes|
|Director of Photography||Jack Reynolds|
|Grading company||Electric Theatre Collective|
|Label||Some Kinda Love|
|Other credits||Thanks: Marcio Laranjeira and Vitor Moura, Planet Core Transport Portugal: André Couto|
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