Quirky and compelling London-based folk singer and guitarist David Thomas Broughton gets a suitably eccentric, richly imaginative (and vegetable-orientated) video for Nature from Greg Butler, shot …
FELL 'Dream Song' by Greg Butler
Greg Butler's video for London-based band Fell is a very idiosyncratic take on cult behaviour. The bizarre rituals surrounding a charismatic cult leader are played out in a series of avant garde tableaux, like an experimental theatre piece, all achieved on a shoestring budget.
It's a collaboration between Butler and Nicholas Burrows, an artist and illustrator as well as frontman of Fell, for the quirkily charming Dream Song.
|Production Company||Oh Kestrel|
|Executive Producer||Nicolas Burrows|
|Director of Photography||David Cohen|
|Focus Puller||John Barratt|
|Art Director||Luke Drozd|
|Other credits||Cinematic Transportation And Assistance: Martin Ashworth Cast: Eva Rowson, Rob Lowe, Nick White, Dav Shiel, Matt Giraudeau, Luke Drozd, Nicholas Burrows|
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