Jay Rock 'For What It's Worth' by Matilda Finn
Matilda Finn creates a moving collage to reflect Jay Rock's political words to For What It's Worth, bringing to life the characters in his lyrics as they appear like ghosts along the sidewalk.
In contrast to the pale linear tracking shot, the visuals suddenly plunge into darkness midway through the video, capturing closer and more intimate portraits. Finn masterfully causes tension through the raw reality of the situations depicted in this video, mainly shot in neutral monochrome tones, but then breaking into a powerful midnight blue.
Matilda Finn has just signed to Stink Films for commercial and music video representation in the UK. Katie Lambert, EP of Music at Stink in London, says: "We’re overjoyed. I feel like Matilda is a unique voice and artist. I cannot wait to see what we do next."
|Executive Producer||Ryen Bartlett|
|Production Manager||Andrew Chennisi|
|1st AD||Jesse Hays|
|Director of Photography||Nicolai Niermann|
|Focus Puller||Noah Ramos|
|2nd AC||Jenny Roh (Hee Mein)|
|Production Coordinator||Julia Dillard|
|Production designer||Cody Fusina|
|Hair & Make-up||Marlaine Reiner|
|Grading company||Time Based Arts|
|Other credits||2nd AD: Amanda Spinella 2nd 2nd AD: Chris Taylor, Militza Guzman PAs: Carlos Salazar, Sam Stone, Talia Miller, Stephen Levin, Geoffrey Gross, Catherine Villante, Shane Humphrey, Erin Williams, Justin Rypma 1st AC Prep: Joe Cheung DIT: Jon Grace Key Grip: Nicholas Favorite BBG: Jason Klinger Grip: Erik Martin BBE: Alex Ojeda SLT: Chris Hartsell Luminair Operator: Jeffery Taylor Swing: Troy Montgomery Art Director: Lilly Escobar Art Coordinator: Zach Burnett Set Decorator: Dorian Davies Art Assistant: Caleb Steinmeyer Set Dresser: Kyle Leeser Stylist Assistant: Ebony Brown, Sylvie Spencer HMU Assistant: Dollie Anderson Artist Barber: Maurice Manley Artist Stylist: Dianne Garcia Artist Stylist Assistant: Lisa Li VTR: Ignacio Martinez Sound Mixer: Neil Koperek Animal Handler: Rick Nyberg Picture Car Coordinator: Nhan Vo Picture Cars: American Limousine Studio Teacher: Max Zarou Catering: Alex in the Kitchen (Rodo) Craft Services: Anastasia Savko Police Officer: Scott Aldrich Police Officer: Doug Caples Police Officer: Micheal Chapman Police Officer: David Carbajal Motion Control Operator: Paul Maples Motion Control Tech: Adam Francis Motion Control Tech: Chris Paxson Assistant Editor: Sebastian Xander Storyboard and treatment artist: Joseph Icaro (waxwings) Casting Director: Sarah-May Levy Visual Effects by Method Studios VP, Executive Producer: Angela Lupo VFX Supervisor: Gong Myung Lee Senior CG Supervisor: Ivan Guerrero Comp Supervisor: Ryan Leonard VFX Producer: Alyssa Giuliano VFX Coordinator: Kate Fitzpatrick VFX Flame Lead: Mario Caserta VFX Flame: Jared Pollack Modeler/Texture Artist: Da Kim Animators: Goran Ognjanovic, Matt Hackett, Chris Devito Rigging: Chris Devito Tracking: Ohad Bracha FX Artist: Ryan Hussain Lookdev/Lighting: Da Kim & Frank Grecco Nuke Artists: Ryan Leonard & Chad Herrada Cast: Lead: India Williams AKA Indi Police Officer 1: Carrigo Obezo Police Officer 2: Christopher Cano Flower Woman 1: Yuny Parada Flower Woman 2: Alicia Parada Flower Woman 3: Yvonne Ronceros Flower Woman 4: Gale Netherly Homeless Man: Michael London Old Man 1 (Silhouette Guy): Gregory Phillips Old Man 2: Arthur Fuller Old Man 3: Pete Mhunzi Man 1: Widson Charlemont Man 2: Kashif Uqdah Man 3: West Of 33 ( Dwayne Henry) Man 4: Keion Adams Man 5: Toavon Sheats Man 6: Alan Ellison Man 7: Jared Green Man 8: Dave Coresh Man 9: Deron Cash Man 10: Jovan Ford Woman 1: Cheyenne Curtis Woman 2: Princess Princess Asia Diamond Dixon Woman 3: Male Dane (Kenny Perkins) Woman 4: Netta Norris Woman 5: Mary Cruz Woman 6: Meica Bradshaw Woman 7: J-Me Kasten Pregnant Woman 1: Sylvia Kochinski Pregnant Woman 2: Zevanya Gardner Boy 1: Emmett Matthews Boy 2: Shawn Reece Boy 3: Sebastian Ross Boy 4: Tyresse Damin Boy 5: Ian "E.J." Mccown Boy 6: Armant Patton Britton Girl 1 (Twin): Lexi Crouch Girl 2 (Twin): Xandi Crouch Special thank you to Ian Pons Jewell, Sebastian Hinds, Joseph Icaro|
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