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Husky Loops 'Girl Who Wants To Travel The World' by Tom Ringsby
Tom Ringsby second video for Husky Loops highlights how we all live in our own little bubble, even when we're living cheek-by-jowl.
It's an interesting idea that could have been an unholy mess in its execution, but instead, it all works beautifully. It may not be a one-shot but thanks to some terrific organisation and sterling quick-panning camerwork (by, presumably, DoP Henry Gill) it seems to get quite close. So fine work by Ringsby, who also reflected upon the stresses of modern living in his other Husky Loops video, for Tempo.
“The video is based around a realisation called Sonder. That each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own – a million stories continuing invisibly around you, in which you might appear only once, as an extra checking emails on the bus.
"The overcast sky fit the surprisingly optimistic track from Husky Loops, who have agreed to score my forthcoming Where’s Wally feature film project.”
|Producer||Tiny Factory Collective|
|Production Company||Tiny Factory|
|1st AD||Paolo Dalla Costa|
|Director of Photography||Henry Gill|
|Focus Puller||James Wingfield|
|2nd AC||John Jefferies|
|Art Director||Pietro Garrone|
|Director's Representation||Paul McKee at LOOSE JOINTS|
|Other credits||Runner: Alice Penner Cast: Lilly Alice, Tom Bonington, James Boock, Clare Britt, Anthony Chisholm, Imogen Morris Clarke, Paolo Dalla Costa, Henry Counsell, Chloe Davis, Elian Dalmasso, Matthew De Santis, Pier Danio Forni, David Fox, Tomas Garcia, Dani Garcia, Pietro Garrone, Sharon Sibyl Gatt, Jaleesa Gemerts, Penelope Goddard, Keenan Gumbley, Georgie Jesson, Magdalena Korpas, India Lee, Tommaso Medica, Richard Myers, Alice Penner, Leonidas Plavko, Chris Polley, Jackie Tamayo, Teresa Origone, Scott Rimington, Luke Rollason, Nina Rubesa, Mercy Welbeck, Greg White, Anise the dog|
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