New Chris Hopewell Video for Father John Misty

UK designer/director Chris Hopewell (Radiohead’s “Burn the Witch”) brings his talents for carefully lit and obsessively detailed stop motion to this video for former Fleet Fox, Father John Misty.

Set apart by clever background lyric placement, “Things it Would Have Been Helpful to know Before the Revolution” was created at Hopewell’s Jacknife Studios in Bristol.
 
Father John Misty Things it would have been  | STASH MAGAZINE

Father John Misty Things it would have been | STASH MAGAZINE

Father John Misty Things it would have been  | STASH MAGAZINE

Father John Misty Things it would have been  | STASH MAGAZINE

Father John Misty Things it would have been  | STASH MAGAZINE

Father John Misty Things it would have been  | STASH MAGAZINE

Father John Misty Things it would have been  | STASH MAGAZINE

Father John Misty Things it would have been  | STASH MAGAZINE

Label: Sub Pop

Director: Chris Hopewell
Video Production House: Jacknife Films
Video Producer: Rosie Lea Brind
Editor: Tom Weller
Director of Photography: Jon Davey 
Art Direction: Chris Hopewell
Key Animators: Roos Mattaar, Cadi Catlow, Virpi Kettu, Louis McNamara
Art Department: Chris Hopewell, Rosie Lea Brind, Bonnie Griffin, Jo Garland, Siobhan Raw, Rebecca Prior, Elaine Andrew, Lucy Roberts, Mary Murphy, Alison Garner, Zoe Veness, Andy Stewart and Louis McNamara
Edit/Grade: Tom Weller
Digital compositing: Jon Davey and Tom Weller at Jacknife and Bill Pollock at Bonch
Director’s Manager/Rep: Molly Bohas
 

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