Mae Muller 'Anticlimax' by India Sleem
New Black Dog Films signing India Sleem directs emerging North London singer-songwriter Mae Muller in her Kentish Town and Camden Town 'ends' for Anticlimax.
Mae goes for a walk, meeting the locals and her friends - captured on 16mm - while she drops a massive put-down of an ex, within a sweet and catchy melody. A Lily Allen for a new generation, perhaps?
“Anticlimax is a feel-good song about a not so good situation,” said Mae. “I wanted to capture that feeling of disappointment when you’ve liked someone for ages and then you finally end up giving it a go and it’s nothing like what you thought it would be.”
|Production Company||Black Dog Films|
|Executive Producer||Martin Roker|
|1st AD||James Evered|
|Director of Photography||James Rhodes|
|Post Producer||Oscar Wendt|
|Post production company||Electric Theatre Collective|
|Director's Representation||Frankie Markot|
|Other credits||Production Assistant: Daisy Shepherd 2nd AD: Wayne Bentley Runner: Harriet Bird Runner: Jake Webber Focus Puller: Jessie Brough Loader: Jack Plumridge Camera Trainee: Kai Newton Spark: Dan Smith Wardrobe Assist (Mae): Rae Harrison-Doyle Make Up Artist: Phoebe Walters Make Up Assistant: Daisy Moore Stylist: Caitlin Bathchelor Stylist Assistant: Marie Mcleod Movement Coach: Suzette Brissett Dog Handler: Layla Flaherty Dog: Alfie Mini Bus Driver: Buddy Blackwell Splitter: Steve Burford|
Director and photographer India Sleem has signed to Black Dog Films in London for UK representation.
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