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Patrick Hoelck
Patrick Hoelck
Information
Born

September 7, 1968

Hometown

Santa Monica, California

Patrick Hoelck is an American film director and photographer based in Los Angeles and New York City. He directed 66 Seconds, a short film that captures Lana Del Rey's rise to fame from 2012 to 2014. He also photographed her in 2013, the shoot was used to promote the Endless Summer Tour.

66 SecondsEdit

66 seconds

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  • Director: Patrick Hoelck
  • Editor: Adam Toma

Shoot #1 (June, 2012)Edit

  • Location — The El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles, California, United States

Shoot #2 (Unknown, 2013)Edit

Behind the scenes Edit

Media use Edit

Shoot #3 (June 20, 2014) for The Impossible Project Edit

  • Location — Zitadelle Spandau, Berlin, Germany
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