Arlo Parks 'Green Eyes' by Louis Bhose
Louis Bhose directs a meditation on memory and nostalgia for Arlo Parks.
Stripped-back yet effortlessly mesmerising, Parks performs the track as she journeys through an ever-evolving world, where disconnected hands spruce up the art direction and rearrange various props and textures in the environment.
Snapshots of memories and emotions inspire the various scenes, which effortlessly transition from one to another through DoP Murren Tullett's considered composition and camera movement.
A thoughtful slice-of-life with bold and honest themes, Bhose has created a world that perfectly complements the track, and Parks' enigmatic performance style.
|Production Company||Agile Films|
|Executive Producer||Hayley Williams|
|1st AD||Gabriel O’donohue|
|Director of Photography||Murren Tullett|
|Art Director||Lucy Cooper|
|Director's Representation||OB Management|
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