Rob Ulitski - 16th Feb 2021

Eloise tries to move on from her past in the dreamy promo for Hungover, directed by Nicolee Tsin. 

Letting loose in a sun-drenched apartment building, we see the artist and two dancers move swiftly through several laidback vignettes, taking time for some R&R after the breakup of a relationship. 

DoP Carmen Pellon matches the relaxed energy with gentle camera movement and bright, organic lighting, creating a dreamlike aesthetic where worries can melt away.

"Hungover is about reminiscing and forgetting an ex-lover," explains Tsin. "I wanted to capture moments where we indulge in quintessential pleasures - we dance freely in front of the mirror, we dress up, we daydream and wonder if we could be a kid again...

"They gently reminds us to feel comfortable in our own skin and have a little more fun, just as the way Eloise makes us feel in her music."

PRO Credits

Credits

DirectorNicolee Tsin
ProducerJamie Gamache
Production CompanyLowkey Films
Executive ProducerConnor O'Hara
Production ManagerMicheal Newton
1st ADJoe Starrs
Director of PhotographyCarmen Pellon
Focus PullerEd Vijayavargiya
SteadicamAkhilesh Patel
GafferMarina Lewin R
Art DirectorJonquil Lawrence
WardrobeConnor Gaffe
Hair & Make-upNaomi Lake
ChoreographerNathalie Zangi
ChoreographerKane Klendjian
EditorAmy Dang
ColouristJessica Vile
VFXTomas Frigstad
Director's RepresentationOB Management
CommissionerConnie Meade
LabelHarbour Records
Other creditsSPARKS: LORENE DESPORTES, GUILLEM ZAMORA ART ASSISTANT: OLIVIA CRITOPH COVID OFFICER: PARKER KEGEL DANCERS: SHANI ROSS, LINA GUARIN

Rob Ulitski - 16th Feb 2021

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