Promo News - 14th Apr 2013

In Abbie Stephens’ video for Jimpster’s Rollergirl (taken from the deep house producer’s forthcoming album Porchlight & Rockingchairs) a woman works alone, after hours in her office, burdened with a huge work load, and becoming transfixed on repetitive menial tasks.

Obsessed by these distractions the woman becomes increasingly detached from reality. Her actions become distorted looped movements, until she becomes stuck as a looped animated character within the real world around her.


DirectorAbbie Stephens
Director of PhotographyBen Fordesman
1st ADAbbie Stephens
Art DirectorRob Griffin
Camera operatorMitchell Colins
GafferChristian Hayes
SparkRyan Delahunty
DITGuy Lubin
Hair & Make-upLiz Barlow
StylistSophie Moss
RunnerGabriel Barretta
Creative assistantSienna Murdoch
RunnerEloise Oatley
Lead actorFern Mccauley
EditorBen Boullier
EditorIsaac Bell
ColouristStephen Gatti

Promo News - 14th Apr 2013

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