Promonews - 27th Sept 2021

Grierson Award-winning director Ellen Evans makes her music video debut for South London band Wooze in their EP single Get Me to a Nunnery.

A surreal B-movie adventure featuring drummer and vocalist Jamie She chased by a malignant force driving an 2003 BMW 3 series - in the guise of his bandmate Theo Spark.

Is Theo really trying to kill him? Or is that crucifix around his neck exerting some demonic influence?

Evans keeps the viewer guessing as the piece enters its memorable climax - an iconic dance sequence by Spark, choreographed by Adriann Ramirez, which walks a delicious line between feminine and masculine. And then comes the explosive, stomach-churning finale.

In other words, it's an outstanding debut into music videos by the erstwhile documentary maker.

PRO Credits


DirectorEllen Evans
ProducerAlice Hughes
Production CompanyYoung Poets
Director of PhotographyThomas Doran
Focus PullerAusten Lane
2nd ACHubert Wigier
GafferDaniel Temple
EditorRoss Leppard
ColouristVlad Barin
Grading companyCHEAT
ChoreographerAdriann Ramirez

Promonews - 27th Sept 2021

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