Greentea Peng 'Revolution' by Melody Maker
Greentea Peng meditates on human nature, and a tumultuous year, in a perpetually-moving rollercoaster of a concept for Revolution devised by Melody Maker.
Shot in Ridley Road market in Dalston, East London, the charismatic singer-songwriter delivers an absorbing performance and optimistic call to arms. Through the use of a motion control rig - operated by DoP Thomas English - the Dalston environment changes in front of our eyes, documenting the people, places and events that have taken place in this shared universal experience.
“A result of recent turmoil: political, societal, and individual. 2020, a painfully transformative year for the collective," states Greentea Peng. "Revolution is a product of this pain and also the anger we’ve been struggling to move through, at the same time it represents the hope conjured. A reminder to remember where the first revolution must take place and also a reminder to be aware of where and what we put our energy and belief into.”
|Production Company||Common People Films|
|Executive Producer||Tony Roberts|
|Executive Producer||Ramy Dance|
|1st AD||Sam Roffey|
|Director of Photography||Thomas English|
|Focus Puller||Chris Steel|
|2nd AC||Lou Macnamara|
|Art Director||Louis Simonon|
|Post production company||Neon City Media|
|Post production company||Capital Studio|
|Other credits||2nd AD: Fred Wright Spark: Luke Greenan Trainee Spark: Hal Pilkington Art Assistant: Eddie Amos Runner: Tara Sadeghi Runner: Claudine Dignadice Runner: Stanley Brock Runner: Bertie Murch Security: Syed Abrar Hussain Flame: Douglas Haynes Roto: Capital Studio Afx: Alice McCall Management: Kevin Ntow Cast: Big Issue Seller: Jason Rivers Commuter: Karin Hranicka Commuter: Obie Matthew Police Man: Obie Matthew Police Man: Craig Mitchell Yardie Nan: Marguerite Cameroon Yardie Man: Devon White Girl: Jessica Paynter Woman: Rachel Paynter Man 1: Matthew Jordan Man 2: Ash Walker Gang 1: Dan Gang 2: Louis Gang 3: Simmy Dancer: Mickey Boats Boxer: Oliver Wells|
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