Rob Ulitski - 6th Sept 2019

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.
 

PRO Credits

Credits

DirectorVincent Haycock
ProducerLaure Salgon
Director of PhotographyNicolai Niermann
1st ACSepehr Azadi
1st ACFrederic Saj
2nd ACEmilie Palet
2nd ACMaxime Lebas
Clapper LoaderMarine Lebon
Clapper LoaderVincent Grenouillat
Location ManagerTommy Kern
LocationThomas Philip
CastingNayara Barros
Local FixerChakib Aiffa
CommissionerSemera Khan
LabelPolydor
Other creditsPA: Lucas Crespi, Mathieu Havoudjian

Rob Ulitski - 6th Sept 2019

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