Deadletter 'Fall Of The Big Screen' by Luke Ainger
Luke Ainger directs a striking black and white promo for rising post-punk outfit Deadletter.
Shot in the historic Brunel museum in London - which has remained empty for months on end due to multiple national lockdowns - the video reflects on the perilous state of art and the spaces in which it inhabits.
Lensed by Rik Burnell and shot on 16mm film, the high contrast, lo-fi aesthetic is a brilliant match to the lyrical content. The performance itself is excitable yet tense, touching upon the political themes of the track and the current zeitgeist with flair and attitude.
|Director of Photography||Rik Burnell|
|Focus Puller||Federico Belloli|
|Other credits||Runners: John Humphries, Jack Fenton|
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