Rob Ulitski - 25th June 2020

Olly Ginelli directs a smooth choreography video for Black Pepper's debut track Dublue. 

Dancer Calvin Francis plays a construction surveyor who is tasked to stake out an empty building, before being startled by a balloon that materialises out of thin air. 

After setting down his work tools and hardhat, he pops one of the balloons, releasing a torrent of confetti. We all know that once you pop, you can't stop, and so begins an impressive piece of choreography, with Francis gliding, twisting and hopping to the beat. 

DoP Max Presky uses smooth, drawn out shots to keep the focus solely on the choreography, and keeps the lighting unfussy yet polished, with the window acting as the one main light source. 


DirectorOlly Ginelli
ProducerDiana Judelson
ProducerSimon Alveranga
Director of PhotographyMax Presky

Rob Ulitski - 25th June 2020

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