Wax Chattels 'Career' by Dylan Pharazyn
A young woman, making sound field recordings, disturbs dark forces, and undergoes a mysterious transformation, in Dylan Pharazyn's unsettling video for New Zealand alt-rock band Wax Chattels.
Pharazyn's skilfully draws a sense of dread from the suggestion of narrative, the contrast between the vulnerable sound recordist and her crusty alter-ego, the use of occult-like symbols, and the stark surroundings, bleached out and forbidding in black and white.
An atmospheric tale of otherworldly darkness, where the shocks are saved to the end.
|1st AD||Hellen Robinson|
|Director of Photography||Adam Luxton|
|Focus Puller||Michael Paletta|
|2nd AC||Miten Raichura|
|Art Director||Svet Mateev|
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