Promo News - 5th Nov 2018

Calmatic's excellent video Vince Staples' Fun captures an 'veryday' afternoon in suburban Oakland via the idiosyncrasies of Google’s Street View, right down to the blurry transitions.

The novel execution aside, things captured by the fictional Street View car are tellingly not always as positive as the track’s three-letter title implies. The shots culminate with the arrest of three youths on bicycles and retaliation against the camera that brings to mind a recent Douglas Rushkoff title.

Credits

DirectorCalmatic
ProducerRoss Levine
Production CompanyPrettybird
Executive ProducerCandice Dragonas
Director of PhotographyRyan Helfant
Focus PullerUndefined
EditorScott Butzer
Post production companyElectric Theatre Collective

Promo News - 5th Nov 2018

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