Columbine 'Borderline' by Felix Brady
Felix Brady’s latest visual treat sees controversial French rapper Columbine trip his way through a series of mind-bending scenarios for Borderline.
Brady’s increasingly signature camera trickery and playful VFX get fully exercised on this fierce performance video, which sees Columbine begin his journey into another dimension through a bucket.
Also featuring four demonic Doberman Pinchers, and a super-scary Boa Constrictor...
|Executive Producer||Katie Lambert|
|1st AD||Tom Bentley|
|Director of Photography||Ruben Woodin Deschamps|
|Focus Puller||Michael Hobdell|
|2nd AC||Ellie Spigariol|
|Art Director||Shaun Fenn|
|Lead actor||Altynay Jakisheva|
|Director's Representation||Hands London|
|Other credits||Production Assist : Ludavica Quaratesi Grip : Froggy Cole Grip Trainee : Jesse Macfarlane Spark : Kia Little Art Assist : Helen Caufield HMU Assist : Gemma Burdett Dog Handler : Joanna Vaughan Dog Handler : Amelia Murray Snake Handler : Jim Fox Runners : Harri Sutton, Phoebe Hodgetts, Alaistair Copland. Medic : Colin Mills Cast Amy Blane|
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