Rob Ulitski - 25th Sept 2020

Beabadoobee latest collaboration with director duo Bedroom is one of their most enigmatic efforts, for new single Worth It. 

We open with the artist - real name Beatrice Laus - in a 70's style motel, waiting for a mysterious visitor. With nods to Hitchcock and Lynchian-style surrealism permeating the promo, reality starts to unravel as she interacts with a doppelgänger on the TV, and the lights start to spark on and off erratically. 

Simple in concept and execution, the visual has Bedroom's trademark vintage film look in every frame, and is a great entry into their collaborative videography. 

PRO Credits


ProducerJoseph J Goldman
Production CompanyCOMPULSORY
Executive ProducerKiran Mandla
1st ADChris Malin
Director of PhotographyPieter Snyman
Art DirectorElena Isolini
WardrobeMolly Hayward
EditorSam Allen
ColouristMegan Lee
Grading companyThe Mill, London
CommissionerJon Moore
LabelDirty Hit
Film LaboratoryCinelab Film and Digital

Rob Ulitski - 25th Sept 2020

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