David Knight - 1st Oct 2018

Felix Brady's second video for Col3trane is another VFX-fired feat of visual ingenuity, to show he's a young director who's becoming a dab hand at bringing old school tech bang up to date.

Like his first Col3trane video - for Language (ft Ebenezer), nominated at this year's UKMVAs - this one for Tyler sees multiple versions of the young London rapper turn up in one continuous shot. Where the first video drops Col3trane at different spots across East London, this one is far more in-your-face and somewhat claustrophobic. A swirling camera picks up different Coles, going after the same girl - and all takes place inside (and outside) the confined space of a caravan travelling down a country road.

Once again Brady puts his faith to MOCO, just like in the Language video, and makes the most of Col3trane's undoubted charisma, charm and flair of the visually inventive (he's also nominated at the UKMVAs for the Oscar Hudson-directed video for Fear & Loathing/Britney

Watch 'Col3trane 'Tyler' by Felix Brady' here

PRO Credits


DirectorFelix Brady
ProducerMartha McGuirk
ProducerJames Cross
Production CompanyStink Films
Executive ProducerKatie Lambert
Production ManagerAlex Jefferson
1st ADEzra Sumner
Director of PhotographyRuben Woodin Dechamps
Focus PullerRichard Savage
GafferBill Rae Smith
Art DirectorElizabeth El Kadi + Chloe Brady
WardrobeSavannah Baker
Make-upSukhy Bhnadal
ColouristThomas Mangham
Grading companyThe Mill
VFXMatt King + Daniel Hawkins
Lead actorAlexandra Tinney
Director's RepresentationSarah Boardman
CommissionerCaroline Clayton
LabelTap Mgmt
Other creditsMOCO Operator: Justin Pentecost Camera Trainee: Greg Welbourne Sparks: Callum Crisell + John Letsinger Trainee Spark: Chris Dumont Runners: Nancy Smith, Cheyenne Waters 2nd Unit Camera: Thomas Terminet Sound Design: Jack Patterson @ Wave Studios

David Knight - 1st Oct 2018

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