Promonews - 23rd Jan 2019

William Pope, who has worked on numerous UK-produced music videos in the past couple of years as a gaffer, has directed an impressive debut music video for Marble Empire.

A girl biker, involved in an accident with a car, then encounters different versions of herself in a nightmarish version of suburbia - all apparently achieved in a single Steadicam shot, in real time.

Pope says the video, shot in Bournemouth with a small crew, was heavily inspired by two Bonobo videos: the Bison-directed video for Kerala, and No Reason by Oscar Hudson. The latter offering the clue on how did he created multiple versions of the same girl with no visible cuts.

PRO Credits

Credits

DirectorWilliam Pope
ProducerMolly McGregor
ProducerSam Hunt
Production CompanyAnecdote Films
1st ADElle Lotherington
Director of PhotographyTom La Motte
Focus PullerAdam Kavanagh
2nd ACTim Price
SteadicamJake Whitehouse
Art DirectorFreddie Burrows
WardrobeLana Powell
Hair & Make-upKatie Narramore
Hair & Make-upNatalie Pettigrew
ColouristCaroline Morin
VFXSteven Boden
Other creditsRunner: Max Hatfield 3rd AD: Ben Harrison Art assistant: Erica Harding

Promonews - 23rd Jan 2019

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