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Brain Rays & Parish News ft Dan Jose 'Inner Freak' by Max Sobol
Max Sobol directs a timely crowd-sourced new video for DJ/producers Brain Rays and Parish News' Inner Freak.
The film consists of footage filmed by a music-loving cast of family, friends, and acquaintances from all over the world, sharing the same experience of life on lockdown - and sadly away from the dancefloor.
Brain Rays had the idea after seeing the ways people were dealing with the unique circumstances brought about by the Covid-19 crisis. Then Max Sobol worked with choreographer, dancer and singer-songwriter Bryony Perkins (Punchdrunk), to create a quarantine-inspired ‘TikTok’ style dance routine for the video’s cast to perform.
All proceeds from sales and downloads of Inner Freak will go towards supporting Masks for NHS Heroes.
|Production Company||Thatbutnotthat Ltd|
|VFX||Matt Osborne - Momo Graphics|
|Other credits||Dancers: Bryony Perkins, Anna Wheatley, Matt Smith, Max Sobol, Flo Dixon, Simon Dobson, Dom Moore, Grace Lightman, Rebecca Hand, Theo Ogundipe Row, Tess, Aria & JJ, Matthew And Emily Nora, Dora, Kat & Frida, Harry Long And Katie Brayben, Em Thane, Bert Dixon, Claire Fourel, Kirk Watson And Laura Melville, Hal Chambers, Lucy Grattan + Minnie, Simon Hampshire, French Tony + Lisa, Tom Oxford, Emily, Neil + Flossy Dixon, Kooks + Amar Sahota, Josh Woodfin And Issy Sampson, Bosborn + Enya, Sarah Hudson, Dad + Queenie, Hilary Hudson, Ken Hudson, Ollie Monaghan, Mutti Wheats, Jess Baglow, Anna Sedina, Jonny Rowden, Frankie Snowden, Oscar Porter, Ella Porter Brentford, Pete Brentford & Caroline Porter, Miranda Perkins & Helen Griffin Barry|
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