Rob Ulitski - 27th Oct 2020

MoStack and AJ Tracey take us back to moments of iconic TV, from the Seventies to the present day, in the Wowa-directed video for Miss Me. 

MoStack and AJ find themselves in a Soul Train-style show, and channelling that Spike Jonze video for Kanye and Lil Pump, before becoming their regular selves - and it's all being watched in the future, Gogglebox-style, by Burberry-wearing pensioner-versions of the likeable pair. 

All the time-hopping could get messy, if not for the stunning aesthetics that tie together each setup. Ollie Hogan's art direction is top-notch, there's a great supporting cast of dancers in the Seventies' sequence - and DoP Sam Meyer merges the different visual styles with vibrant lighting and dynamic zooms. 

PRO Credits


ProducerLavinia Noel
Production CompanyLola LDN
Executive ProducerFatima Ouklilane
Production ManagerKeryn Mae
1st ADGil Kolirin
Director of PhotographySam Meyer
Focus PullerLewis Morgan
2nd ACTom Cliff
GafferWilliam Pope
Art DirectorOllie Hogan
Art DirectorJames Early
WardrobeJustin Rose
WardrobeSereeta Venkanah
Make-upCashmere Ldn
ColouristDylan Hageman
Post production companyButterscotch Post
VFXButterscotch Post
Lead actorTalent Talk / Zena Models
Director's RepresentationFatima Ouklilane
CommissionerAfryea Henry-fontaine
LabelEMI Records
Other creditsProduction Co-ordinator: Chris Phouphoullides Production Assistants: Ram Safini, Zayna Dar, Toby Barber, Nic Forbes Covid Supervisors: Reah Sinclair And Laila Lakhal

Rob Ulitski - 27th Oct 2020

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