Spaces ft. JDA 'Bones' by James Murray
James Murray’s film for new electronic duo Spaces explores the complexity and pressures of growing up in the world we live in. And although it was clearly made before the current pandemic crisis, it is hardly less pertinent now.
Through a series of apparently unconnected vignettes featuring different characters, the video for Bones examines love, isolation and mental wellbeing through a series of different characters and vignettes. It was shot on location in East London to reflect the natural environments of these young individuals.
|Producer||Roma Nesi Pio|
|1st AD||Joe Mulvihil|
|Director of Photography||Matt Gillan|
|Focus Puller||Jules Koechlin|
|2nd AC||Oliver Craig|
|Art Director||Wyndham Harris|
|Hair & Make-up||Morgan Mckenzie Moore|
|Other credits||Runners: Emmanuel Holcroft, Sonny Hume-Paton|
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