Directed by Larry Ismail & Marie-Laure Blancho
Director of Photography: Marie-Laure Blancho
Production Manager: Paul Combaluzier
Camera Operator: Piere Warolin
Ronin Operator: Fabien Kalmès
Lighting: Calypso Petrous and Basile Lebret
Make-Up Artist: Mildred Moya
Logistics: Morgane Scuzs, Grégoire Thriau and Le Russe
Audio Engineer: Charles Grégoire
Sound Designer: Philippe Bozec
Color Grading: Marie Laure Blancho
Editing: Larry Ismail
Titles: Victor Vico
Cast: Pierre Porquet. Marie-Françoise Pigot & Claire Beaugé
Special Thanks: Mathilde Vialard, Garance Bathier, Remy Ismail, Agnieszka Mikolajewska, Fred Rozot, Winkstudio, Découpages, France Audiovisuel, RVZ.
The Alabama Shakes recently teamed up with Genero to give aspiring filmmakers the opportunity to make a music video for the band's song "Gimme All Your Love," with the winning director receiving $10,000 and two runner-ups receiving $2,500 each.
Above, you can watch the winning selection picked from over 100 submissions, directed by Larry Ismail and Marie-Laure Blancho from France. The two runner-ups for the contest were Clayton McCracken and JJ Wong. All the videos can be seen at genero.tv.
The film features the song "Gimme All Your Love" by Alabama Shakes as its soundtrack and puts the spotlight on an elderly couple that express their love for one another throughout the video. The couple possesses a passion that can be seen through their dance and overcoming the subsequent hardships, which epitomizes the song title "Gimme All Your Love."
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Source: Alabama Shakes VEVO YouTube