Ned Botwood - 24th June 2019

A woman escapes her suffocating circumstances in this nervy dance video by Blake Claridge for Lost Frequencies, featuring Aloe Blacc.

Reflecting upon her relationship, and her suffocating life inside a chic California bungalow, the woman begins to dance, almost involuntarily, and the video culminates in a rousing dance on a platform overlooking the city. The woman is overlooked by a manicured version of herself, in a gold evening dress.

The video is a great showcase for dancer Katie Malia, who inhabits the frustrated duality of her character through her movement and posture.


Make-upRasheeda Ameera
DirectorBlake Claridge
ProducerJordan Owen
Production CompanyCraft
Executive ProducerJuan Torres - Uk
1st ADIsaac Heckert
Director of PhotographyMack Fisher
Focus PullerQuinton Rodriguez
2nd ACJoe Ashi
GafferRyan Oppedisano
Art DirectorTricia Robertson
WardrobeAmi Goodheart
ProducerChristine Park
EditorFlaura Atkinson
Editing companyThe Quarry
ColouristJess Vile
Grading companyFramestore 
VFXBen Mcilveen
Lead actorKatie Malia
Lead actorJacob Anton
Director's RepresentationJen
Director's RepresentationAndy @las Bandas
CommissionerNick Royaards
Other creditsSound Design: Giselle Hall @Craft Steadicam: Luke Rihl US Service Production Company: SixTwentySix US Exec Producer: Austin Barbera & Jake Krask US Head Of Production: Bronwen Klem UK Producer: Viggo Blegvad Illustrator: Aurelija Salickaite Special Thanks: Anna Cartwright, Duncan Groves, Molly Strasser, Lani Richmond, Samantha Welauch.

Ned Botwood - 24th June 2019

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