David Knight - 25th Sept 2013

Established still photographer Yuval Hen follows up two videos for Cat’s Eyes’ Rachel Zeffira  with this poetic piece for Norwegian artist Thomas Dybdahl, for a track that comes from his recently released album “What’s Left is Forever”.

And it involves some imaginary and metaphorical tightrope walking. Which is hardly surprising, considering the name of the track...

It was filmed in Hackney Wick in London, with DOP Charlie Herranz, and Yuval’s beautiful photographic eye is very much in evidence.


DirectorYuval Hen
Production CompanyHSI London
Production ManagerSophie Munro
Director of PhotographyCharlie Herranz
Focus PullerTim Allan
Camera AssistantAlex Parkinson
GripSam Philips
GafferAndy Lowe
SparkNathan Porter
Set designJanina Pedan
Hair & Make-upNikki Henry
StylistKay Korsh
EditorFlaura Atkinson
Editing companyFamily Editing
Lead actorElisa Wald-Lasowski
CommissionerAilsa Robertson
LabelUniversal Music
Other creditsCamera Trainee: Alan R. Hopkins Assistant: Leslie Lefebvre

David Knight - 25th Sept 2013

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