Prospa 'Control The Party' by Jak Payne
A woman escapes a forbidding testing facility in Jak Payne's video for Prospa's banging Control The Party.
Shot in the soon to be demolished Fawley Power Station, the concept centres on a group of unwilling test subjects, reminiscent of the MK Ultra experiments of the 1960s. As the lead character, played by model Alice Dellal, enters the facility, she notices several others in various states of distress.
With styling that nods towards Jean-Paul Gaultier's stunning bondage pieces in The Fifth Element, and a heavy use of dramatic red and green lighting, this is a dystopia that no-one wants to be a part of. Our protagonist escapes the facility with a little help from a friend, but as she sits on the beach enjoying her new found freedom, you can't help but wonder if she is going to get dragged right back in.
|Executive Producer||Paul Weston|
|Head of Music Video||Laura Northover|
|Production Manager||Harry Hardwick|
|1st AD||Chris Malin|
|Director of Photography||Ruben Woodin Dechamps|
|Focus Puller||Rich Savage|
|2nd AC||Lydia Stott|
|Gaffer||Bill Rae Smith|
|Art Director||Louis Simonon|
|Editing company||Assembly Rooms|
|Post production company||The Mill|
|Post Producer||Charlie Morris|
|Lead actor||Alice Dellal|
|Other credits||Film Development: Cinelab Production Manager: Ellie Britton Music Video Representative: Ella Woollgar Runners: Max Mclachlan, Annie Maguire 2nd Ad: Sam Bokma Runners: Elliot Lang, Tara Sadeghi, Joshua Loftin Electricians: Ana Vilar, Charlie Wilkins, Jerdan Taylor, Callum Crisell, Sam Baker Trainee: Zoe Williams Art Dept Assistant: Abi Jones Runners: Vadim Ryumkin, Maisie Smith Cast: Leka X, Emily Haygarth, Jason Kwan, Flavio Marullo, Hugo Nicolau, Nick Bartlett|
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