These New Puritans 'Where The Trees Are On Fire' by Max Luz with George Barnett
Max Luz and co-director George Barnett has created an impressionistic performance video for These New Puritans' haunting Where The Trees Are On Fire.
With the focus entirely upon TNP's Jack Barnett, the piece moves through three distinct phases: painterly reality turns into fractured reality, and then into full transcendence. It's beautifully shot throughout by Molly Manning Walker.
|Production Company||Object & Animal|
|Executive Producer||Dom Thomas|
|Director of Photography||Molly Manning Walker|
|Focus Puller||James Wicks|
|2nd AC||Mark Kozlowski|
|Art Director||George Barnett|
|Assistant Art Director||Max Alsop|
|Wardrobe||Ellie Grace Cumming|
|Post production company||Freefolk|
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