Lauren Faith 'Falls Right Down' by Jonjo Lowe
Jonjo Lowe builds on his VFX-fired work for The Big Moon and PREP with a colourful promo for pop debutante Lauren Faith.
The director creates a somewhat nostalgic feel for the Falls Right Down video, with retro-styling, pastel purple background and touches of tube-TV blurriness.
And Lowe's greenscreen expertise also proved useful in creating a five-piece band of multiple Laurens in one of the main sequences. But ultimately the 'real' Lauren finishes her performance by bumping off her clones. She's a killer queen.
|Production Company||Burning Reel|
|Executive Producer||Cal Gordon|
|1st AD||Oli Hill|
|Director of Photography||Jack Maddison|
|Make-up||Mary Jane Gotidoc|
|Post production company||Creep Post|
|Post Producer||Catia Abreu|
|Other credits||Runner - Connie Shea|
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