Slaves 'Photo Opportunity' by Keane Shaw
New director Keane Shaw does a splendid job dramatising the beginning of a beautiful friendship between Slaves' Laurie and Isaac, for Photo Opportunity.
Like mini-versions of the men they would become, these two pre-teenage boys get together to goof about, get cool haircuts, have daft laughs, and fight the good fight against suburban boredom in the last days of a grey English summer.
Reflecting the melancholic and mostly quiet track, it's bittersweet and nostalgic, well shot by DoP jack Maddison, and filmed in Isaac's hometown, Tunbridge Wells.
|Producer||Vanessa Mc Donnell|
|Executive Producer||Ramy Dance|
|Director of Photography||Jack Maddison|
|Focus Puller||Bradley Stearn|
|Editor||Charlie Von Rotberg|
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