Rob Ulitski - 10th Mar 2020

A group of soldiers are trapped in a harrowing version of Groundhog Day in Luke Tierney's creative video for Black Square's Coral Blues. 

The visual opens with several injured soldiers on their knees, wounded and exhausted. A well-dressed woman adorns one of the men with a necklace, but when she tries to do the same to the leader of the group, he lashes out in a violent rage. This scene repeats with different reactions, but one thing's for sure - it isn't going to stop anytime soon. 

Balancing trippy steadicam shots and a clever use of VFX, Tierney creates an authentic and believable world which is as haunting as it is aesthetically beautiful. The church location adds an onimous and cinematic sensibility, the delapidated rooms and scattered papers mirroring the theme of time going by uncontrollably. 

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DirectorLuke Tierney
ProducerSuzan Mustafa
1st ADAli Copland
Focus PullerBecky Lee
2nd ACJoshua Dadson
SteadicamJustin Theodore
GafferWill Pope
Art DirectorAlex Toomey
WardrobeTaff Williamson
Make-upBillie Mckenzie
Casting directorHannah Ashby Ward
EditorJo Lewandowska
ColouristDaniel de Vue
Grading companya52
VFXYsf Studio
Lead actorElla Fab
Other creditsCamera Trainee: Ben Grady Spark: Tom Parkinson PA: Rayha Rose 2nd AD: Pol Gil Runner: Dan Coste Art Dept Assistant: Vicki Atkinson Special Thanks: Lucrecia Taormina

Rob Ulitski - 10th Mar 2020

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