George The Poet, Maverick Sabre ft Jorja Smith 'Follow The Leader' by Stephen Isaac-Wilson
As George The Poet and Maverick Sabre reflect upon the tensions between childhood and adulthood, being misunderstood, and also being "accountable for your own decisions", Stephen Isaac-Wilson creates a mood where the viewer can absorb the message.
George, Maverick and guest artist Jorja Smith are in different everyday locations, and in the case of George, his charismatic performance takes place in a laundrette, which acts like his refuge, a home away from home, where he can be himself.
|Production Company||Pulse Films|
|Executive Producer||Rik Green|
|Executive Producer||Maurizio Von Trapp|
|1st AD||Albertine Selvik|
|Director of Photography||Harry Wheeler|
|Focus Puller||Pete Wade|
|2nd AC||Leo Westcott|
|Editing company||Final Cut|
|Grading company||Electric Theatre Collective|
|Other credits||2nd AD: Joseph Steptoe Production Assistant: Olivia Wilkes|
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