Eels 'Are We Alright Again?' by Greg Barnes
Greg Barnes directs an ambitious one-take video for EELS, featuring Mad Men and Baby Driver star Jon Hamm.
Playing a superfan of the group, Hamm is shown finding solace in the track as he relaxes on the sofa, totally oblivious to the chaos unfolding around him.
It's a great little concept, shot in Los Angeles on 35mm whilst Greg and the Black Dog team directed and produced it remotely from London.
Hamm's understated, relaxed performance is a perfect fit for the concept, and will have viewers shouting at the screen with the old pantomime adage... he's behind you!!
|Executive Producer||Martin Roker|
|1st AD||Lauren Bates|
|Director of Photography||Marz Miller|
|Focus Puller||Louis G Massouras|
|2nd AC||Kymm Swank|
|Art Director||Juliana Rowlands|
|Grading company||Tag Collective Art|
|Director's Representation||Manoela Chiabai|
|Lead actor||Jon Hamm|
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