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Depeche Mode: "Heaven" Music Video Directed by Timothy Saccenti

Depeche Mode - Heaven
Directed by Timothy Saccenti


'Heaven' Directed by Tim Saccenti

Depeche Mode are back with Heaven. Their first single from their forthcoming album Delta Machine. The music video was directed by Timothy Saccenti and shot at The Marigny Opera House, a former catholic church in the Faubourg Marigny in New Orleans.

Previously, Tim had directed the In-Studio Collage 2012 video for Angel that was premiered at the band's press conference in Paris on October 2012. The video's look was inspired by Terence Malick's 2011 film The Tree of Life, with its beautiful yet twisted, dark imagery. "Mainly it’s a performance video, which we haven’t done in a long time," Gahan stated.

Depeche Mode - Heaven (Columbia)
Director: Timothy Saccenti
Executive Producer: Jennifer Heath
Production company: Radical media
Producer: Jason Baum
DP: Ivan Abel
Projection design: Ivan Safrin
Editor: Dayn Williams
Production designer: Sherri Korhonen, Andrea Huelse
Mask designer: symbols + rituals
Makeup: Andrea Helgadottir
Projection designer: Ivan Safrin
Stylist: Mark Holmes
VFX lead: Russell Mack
Flame, Colorist: Alvin Cruz
VFX:Dan Giraldo
Matte Painter: Ram Bhat
Commissioner: Saul Levitz


About Timothy Saccenti

Timothy Saccenti is a photographer and director living in New York city and working worldwide. As a photographer Timothy has created scores of portraits of pop musicians from Erykah Badu to LCD Soundsystem to Pharrell. He balances his pop sensibility via avant guarde print and music video collaborations with seminal experimental record labels including Warp Records and DFA.

Additionally he has photographed and directed multiple commercial campaigns, including the mesmerizing and controversial “Playfaces” ps3 for Sony Playstation as well as acclaimed music promos for Battles, Animal Collective, Blond Redhead and Washed Out amongst others.

In the fine art realm his solo show for the Diesel gallery in Tokyo, Japan, “The Garden” was a modern, twisted take on the creation story utilizing wall sized prints, sculpture and a short film. Recently the Japan Times described his work as “charting a classic quest for life's meaning within a sci-fi context”.




Visit: Depeche Mode | Timothy Saccenti

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