Joy Crookes 'Feet Don't Fail Me Now' by Taz Tron Delix
Taz Tron Delix brings East and West together for Joy Crooke's deeply soulful Feet Don't Fail Me Now.
Joy celebrates her Bengali roots and London upbringing, with the elements of East, West, tradition and modernity all drawn together with considerable flair and wit by Taz and team, in a series of eye-popping visuals.
Perhaps most importantly, this is a cultural melting pot defined by colour and character. The bright colours of the East pop from the staid objects of the West, while Joy's performance in various scenes is aided and abetted by a huge cast, from her gang of girl moped riders, to the Bengali boys, and the clubbers and dancers.
The song has an infectious, Motown-esque bass-driven vibe with thought-provoking lyrics about how society is afraid to speak up on delicate topics in fear of being dismissed and ultimately cancelled - and in the midst of everything, Joy Crookes always comes across as the central focus, the person in the midst of the crazy world, with the lovely voice that raises goosebumps, calmly making sense of everything.
|Director||Taz Tron Delix|
|Executive Producer||Kiran Mandla|
|Assistant Producer||Heba Elgamal|
|Director of Photography||Ruben Woodin Deschamps|
|1st AC||Richard Savage|
|2nd AC||Joshua Dadson|
|1st AD||Ty Hack|
|2nd AD||Miles Lacey|
|Gaffer||Bill Rae Smith|
|Production designer||Ciaran Beale|
|Make-up (Artist)||Mata Marielle|
|Stylist (Artist)||Matthew Josephs|
|Casting director||Hannah Ashby Ward|
|Editing company||The Assembly Rooms|
|Grading company||The Mill|
|Director's Representation||Lee Fairweather|
|Hair & Make-up||Luca Chirico|
|Other credits||Camera Trainee: Adam Buruncz Sparks: Simona, Marcus, Chris Ower, Zoe Williams Art Dept: Murdo Hepburn Art Dept Assist: Joe Harrison Talent Hair Assist: Olivia Kaifa Stylist Assist: Emmanouela MUA Asst: Francesca Horn Stunt Coordinator: Mark Johnstone Crane Lift: Danny Lee Runners: Ella-Lucia Piccioni, Zarife Sevin, Rosie Wilson Meyer, Izzy Petherbridge, Connie Shea, Linda Dorigo, Rory Davidson Medic/Covid Sup: Andy Short Post Producer: Rebecca Townsend VFX Artist: Kieran Baxter, Telmo Sousa Edit Producer: Joshua Gochez Storyboard Artist: Amelia Potter CAST - Moped Girls: Aaliyah, Abondance Motanda, Zara Z, Rianne Quintyn, Sabena Satar, Stephanie Santiago, Jay Begum Bengali Boys: Benyamin, Qavi Reyez, Bari Khalique, Rahemur Rahman, Rajesh K, Muraleedharan Vidhadyaran, Samin Hossain, Belal Brega Bakht Twins: Nischal + Nawal Bolly Illusion: Anthony Pius Couple: Mickael + Scarlet Club Extras: Jean Mundabi, Melanie Corbin, Donna Lee Lindo, Tasmin Louise, Emmanuel Tosin Ayeni, Stanley Duventru-huret Boxer: Ruqsana Begum Dancers: Louisa Fernando, Evie Webzel, Rose Sall Sao, Jessica Holder, Severine Simone, Juan, Dominic Simponis, Chino|
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