Bree Runway 'What Do I Tell My Friends?' by Fred Rowson

Bree Runway 'What Do I Tell My Friends?' by Fred Rowson
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Fred Rowson's video for Bree Runway is an all-too-believeable story of exploitation of young female talent in the pop industry, with a righteous side-order of revenge.

Bree becomes the subject of a photo session with a top photographer, who uses his position to assert increasing levels of control, which ratchets into sexual abuse. But he has messed with the wrong girl.

Fred Rowson does a very good job here in creating a dramatic situation that deals with a serious issue – and showing just how feasible this is – while retaining conventions of the pop video, including performance. 

"Ever since Bree and I shared a mutual love of Kanye West on the dance floor, I knew I wanted to make a music video for her," he says. "We dedicated this to perverts everywhere; your days are numbered."

Credits

Director
Fred Rowson
Producer
Sara Fawsitt
Production Company
Colonel Blimp
Executive Producer
Paul Weston
Head Of Production
Corin Taylor
Production Manager
Jack Bingham
1st AD
Kerry Green
Director of Photography
Benjamin Wearing
Art Director
Alicia Howitt
Wardrobe
Coline Bach
Make-up
Emma Croft
Editor
Ryan Beck
Editing company
Final Cut
Colourist
Tim Smith
Grading company
Electric Theatre Collective
Post production company
Electric Theatre Collective
Post Producer
Ardith Birchall
Cast
Kharmel Cochrane
Commissioner
Martha Kinn
Head of Music Video
Richard Grewe
Make-up (Artist)
Bella Jefferson
Production Assistant
Abi Jones
FX
Emma Croft
Bree's Make Up
Bella Jefferson
Cast
Beau Fowler As The Photographer

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