The nostalgic piece is set
in an England of times gone by and has been graded by Mill Head of Colour
Seamus O’Kane in a classic monochromatic style. It features a lead male
protagonist as he appears to be running away from a suspicious character who is
stalking him through various towns and streets before reaching the sea.
The narrative is at times unsettling,
a nod to the lyrics of the song which comment on the current, somewhat
turbulent nature of contemporary politics.
Mill Head of Colour Seamus
O’Kane explains, "This beautiful film
almost dictated its own look in that it evoked an immediate feeling of the
From the rich textural depth to
the elegant camera angles, the refinement to detail and process effortlessly
defines characters, mood and narrative.
The colour design serves only
to unite these elements and add a veneer of monochrome cinematic intensity.
DOP Steve Annis supplied a
rock solid base to work upon and Director Saam Farahmand allowed me to explore the photography
across the tonal ranges. The result is a beautiful film that is symbiotic to
both the legendary artist and his roots."
Production Company: Black Sheep Studios
Director: Saam Farahmand
Executive Producer: Dan Keefe
Producer: Amber Millington
Line Producer: Thomas Godsill
Director of Photography: Steve Annis
Editing Company: The Assembly Rooms
Editors Assistant: Aideen Johnston
Sound Company: 750mph Sound Engineer: Mark Hellaby
VFX & Design
VFX Company: The Mill
Executive Producer: Reece Ewing
Producer: Jomana Ayoub
2D Lead Artist: Stefan Susemihl
2D Artist: Declan Andrews, Jose Caballero, Theajo Dharan, George Cressey, Charles Dockerill