Luke Bather - 14th Dec 2016

Scott Cudmore teams up with Holy Fuck to tell this slight reworking of a Biblical Epic.

Based on the story of David and Goliath, we follow David as he brings home his trophy, Goliath's head, much to the delight of the local villagers. Except that the local villagers, in this case, are the residents of modern day LA. The story quickly morphs into a sprawling character study on the trappings of fame, with David carrying the head with him to all manner of parties and social gatherings. And over 12 minutes we watch the rise, and fall, and rise of a familiar character in a new context.

Stylistic choices such as the use of various camera formats, coupled with the strange-yet-perfect bright blue letterboxing throughout and the headache-inducing strobing over the end credits (you've been warned) make this an unique longform video piece.

Scott Cudmore:

"Definitely a labour of love project for us, a lot of good will and generosity on the part of the crew went into the making of this. It was shot over two days in LA with barely any money, especially as it was a Canadian production shooting in the US, so the dollar took a huge hit in the exchange alone. "


DirectorScott Cudmore
EditorScott Cudmore
ProducerDavid Viste
Director of PhotographyPablo Berron
1st ACIsaiah "Z" Fortajada
Camera operatorTom Gillis
Camera operatorShaun Mayor
Key GripJulien Janigo
Make-upNikki Parish
ProstheticsMark Villalobos
Post FXJake Owens
CastingDustin Blackburn
ColouristClinton Homuth
Executive ProducerRichard Cureton
Executive ProducerLuc Frappier
Production CompanyRevolver Films
Director's RepresentationLock It In

Luke Bather - 14th Dec 2016

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