Drownd 'Sinner' by Joseph Delaney
Joseph Delaney directs an intense double-performance, counter-balancing the industrial/rock band Drownd with a group of contemporary dancers.
Choreographed by Simon Donnellon, the dancers (from the Ballet Rambert school) feed off the raw aggression of the band in a deserted venue, and Delaney's surprising juxtaposition of the differing styles of performance pays off.
The dance sequence... charged with the sexual electricity of a club dance floor.
"We want to create a video that played on the dynamic between performer and audience, and present a two-sided performance. The band on one side, putting on a show, building up in its volence and intensity as the track moves on, with a look that’s as messy and chaotic to match.
"To the other a choreographed dance sequence that mirrors the band’s intensity but sits in direct contrast to the spontaneity of their performance with something ordered, rehearsed, and slick in a way that could be transplanted into a pop video - but one charged with the sexual electricity of a club dance floor where a pounding track like Sinner needs to be heard."
|Production Company||LEZ Creative|
|Executive Producer||Mary Calderwood|
|Director of Photography||Thomas English|
|Focus Puller||Bulman Arshehit|
|Grading company||Time Based Arts|
|Director's Representation||Marisa Garner Associates|
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