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The Cranberries 'All Over Now' by Dan Britt
Collaborating with award-winning director Dan Britt, The Cranberries release the video for All Over Now, from the band’s final album In The End, which was completed after the death last year of the band's iconic frontwoman Dolores O'Riordan.
The storybook-like visuals were the product of a collaboration with illustrator Tom Clohosy Cole (who created the backgrounds), and inspired by 'In the end is my beginning’, a TS Elliot poem, and by Eric Ravilious’ landscapes of the English countryside, which Dan describes as, “beautiful but stark, and criss-crossed by barbed wire and the signs of human activity.”
Rather unique colouring techniques using paper textures and watercolour brushes run through the flat animation giving the video a handcrafted feel, in minimalist tale of a girl on a coastal walk, past crumbling cliffs, and remembering traumatic moments in her past.
|Executive Producer||James Stevenson Bretton|
|Other credits||Animators: Frankie Swan, Daniela Negrin Ochoa, Sean Weston, Olly Montagu, Dan Britt, Charlie Lane Bush, Tom Fisher. Background Designer: Tom Clohosy Cole|
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