Louis Culture 'Being Me' by Milo Blake
Milo Blake mixes multiple film formats and animation in his video for Louis Culture, and his song Being Me, which celebrates the idea of youth, of having a tribe, and a community of support that is very unique to that time in a persons life.
Blake's experimental approach, adapting and changing the sensibility of the video through the course of the song, includes creating unique camera movement, by placing the camera on a swing rig to allow the cast and artist to throw the camera to each other.
"Basically we went against everything you would naturally do when handling a camera, which we think worked well," says executive producer Pilar Muro.
"Louis and I worked very closely on forming the idea for the song, where I created a video reference that would help us to establish the rhythm we wanted in the edit, whilst also testing certain concepts we had to know whether they would work or not. As a subplot of the visual, we wanted to chart the transformation of the UK from a place of scattered industrial centre's into this hub of cities that came to produce great interesting music consistently."
|Production Company||Figaro Inc|
|Executive Producer||Pilar Muro|
|1st AD||Danny Rumbelow|
|Director of Photography||Alex Denning|
|Focus Puller||Rhys Warren|
|2nd AC||Ethan Lewis|
|2nd AC||Cass Adams|
|2nd AC||Cameron Faulkner|
|Art Director||Liam Green / Leo Turnbull|
|VFX||Ben Chan / Nathan Smith / Izzy Bc|
|Other credits||2nd AD: Tiger Brewer Sparks: Ryan Anderson, Brandon Quan Art Assistants: George Turnbull, Sam Sterlund Casting Director: Cameron Culver Runners: Ben Thomas, Finn Barber, Jack Whitby|
Milo Blake, twice-nominated at this year's UKMVAs, shows his eye for a distinctive camera technique once again for teen artist Kamal.
Milo Blake ponders upon the duality of our minds, in his promo for Rachel Chinouriri's Darker Place.
Milo Blake explores the tough reality of London street life, from the perspective of an unseen protagonist, in this compelling video for Lord Apex and V Don.
Milo Blake turns Louis Dunford as the on-screen narrator of his own delinquent youth, in the cheerful and nostalgic video for When We Were Hooligans.
Carrie Sutton has teamed up with You Are Here to represent the company’s directors for music …
Academy Films have announced the official signing of Ethan + Tom to their directing roster for …
COMPULSORY have announced that writer/director Mitch Kalisa has joined the director's roster, …
Caviar have announced that Maxim Kelly has officially joined the company's roster of directors in …
Stink Films have announced that Netti Hurley will be their latest signing to the director roster …
Blindeye Films have welcomed Blake Claridge to their roster of directors for music videos.