Taking it’s cues from themes explored in Idles’ second record, Will Hooper's video for the Bristol band's Colossus is a brooding response to being overwhelmed - …
Our Girl 'Being Around' by Will Hooper
In the follow-up video to his MVA-winning video for Idles' Colossus, Will Hooper gives the bandmembers of Our Girl all the home comforts. In fact, just a bit too much, so it's actually not comfortable any more.
It's all gone too far: a bath full of cuddly toys, a sink full of cereal, a minefield of mugs. The band are having too much of a good thing in Being Around to the point that it becomes quite awkward. But that makes for much visual invention and fun, from the young director who is cannily using his experience as an art director to propel his ideas as a director.
|Executive Producer||Richard Grewe|
|Director of Photography||Molly Manning Walker|
|Art Director||Laura Little|
|Post production company||MPC|
|Post Producer||Tamara Mennell|
|Art Department Assistant||Laura Little + Art Department Assistant Jack Snelling|
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