In what has to be one of the shortest shoots ever, all it took to make this three and a half minute music video was five seconds of filming. That seems like some pretty good bang for your buck! The trick was that a Phantom 4K camera inhaled those five seconds at 1000fps to create this moving mural painting of a music video.
80 extras were strategically placed along an 80-meter stretch of road near an industrial area, and Panariello pointed a Phantom camera out of a car being driven across the scene at 50km/h (~31mph).
There is some CG but the bulk of the video is done in that one take.
The siska project moves between neo soul and trip hop, an electro soul loaded with sounds from Bristol in the ’90s. You can find out more here.
This post is part of a series in which we feature really cool music video clips.