Sam Fender 'Will We Talk' by Vincent Haycock
For his fourth collaboration with Sam Fender, Vincent Haycock has crafted a video out of the rich local street casting and locations in Marseille, in the south of France. Portraying couples in their most vulnerable, intimate moments, the visual is a slice of life, a collection of raw universal moments that mirror the themes of the track.
Shot on an Arri SR3 16mm camera with a minimal documentary crew, the choice to keep things smaller in scale pays off, with incredibly poignant imagery and a cast who were encouraged to really let go and be present in the moment. This is very evident in the final project, and is a testament to Haycock's skill as a director.
|Director of Photography||Nicolai Niermann|
|1st AC||Sepehr Azadi|
|1st AC||Frederic Saj|
|2nd AC||Emilie Palet|
|2nd AC||Maxime Lebas|
|Clapper Loader||Marine Lebon|
|Clapper Loader||Vincent Grenouillat|
|Location Manager||Tommy Kern|
|Local Fixer||Chakib Aiffa|
|Other credits||PA: Lucas Crespi, Mathieu Havoudjian|
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