Rob Ulitski - 25th Nov 2019

OSH takes a journey down memory lane in Lunch Money, directed by Glenn Paton. 

Walking alongside a younger version of himself, OSH performs across a variety of locations in his community. These are everyday places; betting shops, barber shops, graffiti murals, all of which provide a sense of nostalgia for the past, but also a glimpse into the future generation, who aren't quite as different to us as we often think. They are all retreading the journeys that we took, much like the generation before us, and this idea of cyclicism is explored to great effect. 

The shooting style helps build upon this idea, mixing together high definition footage with Mini DV and lo-fi mobile phone footage from various events. This anachronistic mix is not only right on-trend, but helps the project feels almost timeless and universal. 

Strong performances from OSH and the various cast members create a naturalistic, charming vibe that carries through right until the end. 

PRO Credits

Credits

DirectorGlenn Paton
ProducerJames Cross
Executive ProducerNathan Killham
1st ADAfzal Robbani
Director of PhotographyAlex Reid
Focus PullerJomar O'Meally
2nd ACLouise Murphy
EditorSam Hardy
ColouristJohn Holloway
Post production companyEditegg
Director's RepresentationCarrie Sutton

Rob Ulitski - 25th Nov 2019

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