UNKLE ft Keaton Henson 'First Time I Ever Saw Your Face' by Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones
This stunning visual by filmmaker/photographers Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones was created for fashion magazine Beauty Papers, featuring the striking model Maggie Maurer.
The track is a version of the Roberta Flack classic First Time Ever I Saw Your Face from a new collection for UNKLE - and also the first output from new production company Immortal Productions, set up by Warren & Nick and producer Campbell Beaton. The team are now working on more visuals for the upcoming UNKLE album. This serves as a sublme appetiser.
|Director||Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones|
|Production Company||Immortal Productions|
|Production Manager||Tiernan Hanby|
|Director of Photography||Tim Maurice Jones|
|Focus Puller||Guy Hazel|
|Art Director||Joseph Bennett|
|Lead actor||Maggir Maurer|
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