Rob Ulitski - 3rd July 2020

Connor O'Hara explores movement and freedom in his charming visual for The Fratellis' Six Days In June. 

All shot on 16mm and 8mm, the video sees actors Rory J. Saper and Hannah Dodd dancing through an open landscape. After spending so much time being locked down, the concept is a celebration of the outdoors, and the ability to watch the world go by in a carefree manner. 

DoP Alasdair K. Boyce matches the energy of the concept with plenty of handheld footage and experimental composition, adding to the vibrant yet laidback vibe. 

PRO Credits


DirectorConnor O'hara
ProducerJamie Gamache
Production CompanyLowkey Films
Director of PhotographyAlasdair K. Boyce
Focus PullerTonino Petruzzellis Señor
EditorMiles Berkley-smith
ColouristMichael Pearce
Lead actorRory J Saper
Lead actorHannah Dodd
LabelCooking Vinyl

Rob Ulitski - 3rd July 2020

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