Marthagunn 'Heaven' by Daniel Alexander Harris
Marthagunn explore isolation in the video for Heaven, directed by Daniel Alexander Harris.
Switching between an energetic performance section shot in an unusual turquoise room and an abstract narrative, the video for Heaven focuses on short, snappy vignettes of different characters who are in some way isolated or reflecting on life, trying to work their way out of difficult situations.
Shot with different shutter speeds in both sections, DoP Simon Plunket utilises the ghosting style effect as a haunting representation of the themes that run through the visual, to great effect. Unpretentious and to the point, this is an effective visualisation of the lyrics and song.
|Director||Daniel Alexander Harris|
|Executive Producer||Imogen Harrison|
|Director of Photography||Simon Plunket|
|Focus Puller||Matt Farrant|
|2nd AC||Austin Philips|
|Editing company||Final Cut Editorial|
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