Stumbleine 'She Stole The Beach' by Joe Jeffreys
First time director Joe Jeffreys weaves a sensual story for fabled electronic artist Stumbleine.
The one-shot promo captures a moment at the end of a night partying, where a young woman tries to win back the one she loves, though the medium of dance.
As the camera glides through the space, we fall in and out of different colour states, experiencing the heightened emotions of our two dancers until their shades finally intertwine.
Shot on location inside the hallowed Old Street Records in East London, the visual cleverly combines dramatic performance with choreographed movement, resulting in a fresh perspective on the dance film concept.
|Production Company||Bad Day Films|
|Director of Photography||Ed Massey|
|Focus Puller||Vojta Stanek|
|2nd AC||Angelica Bizzotto|
|Other credits||Spark: Leyt Said Cast: Pippa Claire, Anna Guzak, Federica Marilotti|
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