Sam Fender 'Seventeen Going Under' by Brock Neal Roberts
Brock Neal Roberts pieces together an intimate portrait of youth, in his promo for Sam Fender's Seventeen Going Under.
Built around the idea of trying to find existence and clarity amongst the chaos of being 17, the video interconnects naturalistic vignettes which touch upon romance, growing up, and fights between friends.
The video boasts striking cinematography from Benjamin Wearing, and a bold change in style for Brock Neal Roberts from his last video, the surreal vision for Eli Brown's Trouble.
|Director||Brock Neal Roberts|
|Production Company||Agile Films|
|Executive Producer||Precious Mahaga|
|Production Manager||Emily Mulkerrins|
|Production Manager||Aidan Robert Brooks|
|1st AD||Ellicia Lotherington|
|Director of Photography||Benjamin Wearing|
|Focus Puller||Anil Duru|
|2nd AC||Joshua Dadson|
|Art Director||Lisa Davidson|
|Grading company||Black Kite Studios|
|Post Producer||Bruce Langfield|
|Director's Representation||OB Management|
|Creative Director||Semera Khan|
|Film Laboratory||Cinelab Film and Digital|
|Other credits||Management - Owain Davies, Steph James, Sarah Mitchell Production Assistant - Grace Snellock Runner Driver - Abs Allam Location Manager - Steve Armstrong 2nd AD & Casting Director - Camilla Fox Grip - Marc Sheriff Sparks - Dean Ramsey, David Dalton Art Assistant - Marti Williams Talent Mua - Elaine Lynskey Sa Mua - Micheal Birtley Wires Team Director - Matthew Evans Head Rigger - Andy Squib 1st Rigger -Mark Wade Crane Team - Ben Levitt, Adam Taylor Crane Driver - Neil Stephenson Crane Banksman - Shane Robson Bts Stills - Will Creswick Cast - Savannah Antoine, Elliah Jones, Ralph Landers, Jared Leathwood, Rebecca Bell, Sofia, Mathews, Raffety Walker, Rimka Puri Sam’s Friends And Family - Daniel Reece, Dean Thompson, Drew Michael, Heidi Curtis, Jack Angus Golightly, Joe Allan, Joe Atkinson, Joe Champken, Johnny ‘Bluehat’ Davis, Olivia Devine, Tom Curtis, Richy Southern|
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