David Knight - 2nd Mar 2017

This is the second of a trio of self-directed videos for tracks from Laura Marling's new album Semper Femina, and like the first, the emphasis is on female dance performance.

Also like the video for the Soothing, Marling has collaborated with choreographer Ali Green on Next Time, but they set themselves different parameters, and explore a different aspect of female sensuality. 

The main performer is alone in a gracefully-styled master bedroom, and draws chalk circles around herself - and eventually escapes the self-imposed confines of the room to the beach where she meets another woman... 

PRO Credits


DirectorLaura Marling
ProducerMartha McGuirk
Production CompanyPrettybird
Executive ProducerJuliette Larthe
Executive ProducerTed Thornton
Production ManagerSorcha Bacon
1st ADBryony James
Director of PhotographyChloe Thomson
Focus PullerSean Mcdermott
2nd ACLydia Stott
GafferElliot Beach
Art DirectorAlex Toomey
WardrobeMichael Darlington
Make-upJess Summer
EditorEllie Mcnaughton
EditorBen Corfield
Editing companyWork Editorial
ColouristOisín O'Driscoll
Grading companyThe Mill
Lead actorMarta M Masiero
Lead actorJohanna Adde Dahl
CommissionerAndrew Law
ChoreographerAlexandra Green
Other creditsGrip: David Bradshaw Sparks: Camil Liberto, Rory Harborne Art Department Assist: Nathan Reid, Rowan Wigley, Amanda Tooke HMU Assist: Natalie Young DIT: Josh Crooks Casting Director: Shakyra Dowling Unit Driver: Simon Gee 3rd AD: Molly Vincent Production Runner: Hayder Hoozeer, Minjoo Chae Floor Runner: Pedro Takahashi Special Thanks: Joceline Gabriel, Sharon Kelley At Thanet Film Office

David Knight - 2nd Mar 2017

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