Buvette 'In Real Life' by Joseph Bird
Joseph Bird's video for Cedric Strauli, aka Buvette, begins with the face of a strange beaked bird, who opens wide to reveal a Garden of Earthly Delights, occupied by a robed statue.
In a continuous shot, the object in the hand of the statue is a tiny version of Buvette - who is also revealed to be the statue. It's an enjoyably quirky and surreal treatment for the Frenchn artist's track In Real Life.
|Executive Producer||Hayley Williams|
|1st AD||Niamh Peren|
|Director of Photography||Harry Wheeler|
|1st AC||Michael Hobdell|
|Art Director||Phoebe Darling|
|Hair & Make-up||Bethan Stringer|
|VFX Supervisor||Martin Fickling|
|Other credits||GRIP: Pete Muncey, Neil Blakesley SPARK: Caspar Jones, Nick Tomb ART ASSIST: Mika Lapid, Rana Fadavi, Sophia Bogar WARDROBE ASST: Sian O’Halloran CRANE OP: Paul Kolthammer|
Inspired by the shapes and sounds of Kingston upon Hull, Joseph Bird's Where To Build In Stone is an audio-visual project that explores the city over the course of a day.
Samona Olanipekun directs a poignant and powerful visual for Jorja Smith's cover of Rose Rouge.
Connor O'Hara explores movement and freedom in his charming visual for The Fratellis' Six Days In June.
Resourceful, groundbreaking, wonderfully creative lockdown videos arrived during June - and a few post-lockdown videos too.
Top London grading and finishing studio CHEAT is partnering with the UK Music Video Awards once …
The UK Music Video Awards for 2020 is now open!
As an alternative to the usual premiere of winners at the Cannes Film Festival, renowned Super 8mm …
Four Music Video Golds were announced at the 2020 Creative Circle Awards last night (June …
Preparations for the 28th edition of EnergaCAMERIMAGE have begun with the plan to hold the …
Free The Work has shared data which exposes the startling lack of black directing talent being …