Written initially as a response to the Grenfell Tower disaster, Whenyoung's The Others is about a broken social system that favours the rich and ignores the needs of the vulnerable.
Stella Donnelly 'Old Man' by Fiona Jane Burgess
Shot in Amsterdam, Fiona Jane Burgess's charming lo-fi video for Australian singer-songwriter Stella Donnelly has a steely centre.
Amid the nouvelle vague hi-jinx, the references to self-defence education starts to take centre stage - through the visuals and the subtitles - reflecting the message of Donnelly's song Old Man, which comes from Beware of the Dogs, her 13 song LP, out soon on Secretly Canadian.
|Director||Fiona Jane Burgess|
|Producer||Lieve Claessens At Ministry Of Frames|
|Production Company||LEZ Creative|
|Service Company||Ministry Of Frames|
|Director of Photography||Andrea Casetti|
|Executive Producer||Mary Calderwood|
|Hair & Make-up||Isabeau Ottevanger|
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