Olivia Dean 'Hardest Part' by Claire Arnold
Claire Arnold channels the spirit of great '60s singers - as part of a classic girl group and then when they go solo - for new British R&B artist Olivia Dean.
Recreating the style of a mid-century monochrome TV performance, Dean performs Hardest Part as the lead singer in a classic Motown-style girl group. But then the style changes to a disco-era TV show aesthetic - in colour, prism lenses - with Olivia as the Diana Ross-like solo star. And we get to see that shimmering gown she's wearing in all its glory.
|Executive Producer||Aaron Z. Willson|
|1st AD||Elle Lotherington|
|Director of Photography||Nathalie Pitters|
|Focus Puller||Catharina Scarpellini|
|2nd AC||Lou Macnamara|
|Art Director||Y-lan Lucas|
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