The Big Moon 'Take A Piece' by Emilie Norenberg
Emilie Norenberg gives indie four-piece The Big Moon a fabulous Nineties music video makeover in her video for Take A Piece.
Drawing from a style last seen in vids for the likes of East 17 and B*Witched, Norenberg offers a rose-tinted tribute that celebrates the hazy lighting, fisheye lenses and questionable fashion taste that the 90s were so famous for, with the London band as her enthusiastic accomplices.
This slightly ironic love letter to a bygone era honours both the look and feel of the decade - its technically spot-on with similarly well-matched performances. And utterly absurd to watch for anyone who lived through it the first time around.
|Executive Producer||Katie Lambert|
|1st AD||Liam Wallace Cook|
|Director of Photography||Nathalie Pitters|
|Focus Puller||Catharina Scarppellini|
|2nd AC||Maria Camillia Piana Brizio|
|Art Director||Hannah Davis|
|Editor||Einar Christian Lindstøl|
|Post Producer||Mikeal Nakkas|
|VFX||Einar Christian Lindstøl|
|Other credits||RUNNER: AMY HOPEWELL RUNNER: TOM BERGMANN DRONE OP: CHARLIE HUTCHINS SPARK: TRISTAN HUTCHINSON TRAINEE SPARK: KUBA MCNAMARA MAKEUP UP ASSISTANT: MARRIANNE DRIVER: WILL MUIR|
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