Rob Ulitski - 23rd Aug 2019

Charlotte Regan’s latest work is a coming of age tale, touchingly told through the relationship between a father and daughter - played by Charlie Creed-Miles and Kasey Bentham.

Regan’s love for human stories shines through in her video for Stereophonics' Fly Like An Eagle. In this, the connection between the characters feels raw and real – perfectly accompanying the track’s stripped back instrumentals.

Franklin Dow's cinematography is naturalistic and unfussy, pulling all of the focus onto the story and characters, which helps things feel true to real life, and never forced in any way.

It's a charming, inspirational piece of work, and will leave you feeling optimistic and hopeful. The song, a testament to overcoming life’s challenges, comes from Stereophonic’s latest album Kind

PRO Credits


DirectorCharlotte Regan
ProducerNatalie Steiner
Production CompanyKnucklehead
Executive ProducerOre Okonedo
1st ADDaniel Stoker
Director of PhotographyFranklin Dow
Make-upGrace Ellington
EditorOwen O'Sullivan
Editing companyMarshall St Editors
ColouristDavid Ludlum
Grading companyThe Mill
CommissionerSam Seager
Other creditsCasting: Claire Bleasdale Sound Design: Ben Adams

Rob Ulitski - 23rd Aug 2019

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