David Knight - 15th Feb 2013

Institute For Eyes - aka directing duo Luke Seomore and Joseph Bull - have created a very atmospheric and mysterious video for former Beta Band and King Biscuit Time frontman Steve Mason's new single Oh My Lord.

It features a mystery man - with a full Invisible Man-type face and hands bandage - who starts out in the Thames Estuary, then walks into the city via the Rotherhithe Tunnel, to return to a spartan bedroom and, among other things, play with squirming maggots...

In short a very opaque character study, beautifully shot in black and white 16mm by Luke and Joseph's longtime collaborator David Procter.

Watch 'Steve Mason 'Oh My Lord' by Institute For Eyes' here

PRO Credits


DirectorInstitute For Eyes
Production CompanySomesuch
Executive ProducerTash Tan
Director of PhotographyDavid Procter
Focus PullerAlice Canty
Clapper LoaderFrancis Hughes
Camera operatorJack Mealing
GafferGreg Whitbrook
StylistJoseph Crone
Art DirectorMark Couzens
Assistant Art DirectorAdam Seomore
Production AssistantFred Olafsson
RunnerAdam Wise
EditorJames Wright @ Ten Three
ColouristLuke Morrisson @ The Mill
CommissionerJonny Bradshaw

David Knight - 15th Feb 2013

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