Thursday, 2. August 2012 - 11:17 am
Here’s another batch of entries to the BBC Music Video Festival, showcasing some of the regional submissions from around the UK to the Festival that will commence next month and be showing new music video work on BBC Big Screens in cities around the land of Team GB.
This week we’re heading north of the border, with a series of videos that reflect the rich musical heritage in Scotland. Firstly, Dam Mantle’s eerie post-dubstep makes a great backdrop for this jealous tale, played out in emotive black and white.
Not a Word
Director: Ben Soper
Ben Cowie’s at the reigns for this charming video for pop-melancholic Dave Frazer. It’s a classic formula – singing to the camera edited against different backdrops – but there’s some fabulous locations (some of which could only be Scotland) and Dave’s slightly saddened expression is top notch.
Down in the Archives
Director: Ben Cowie
Assistant Director: Alan Cameron
Director Of Photography: Nial Walker
Editor: Ben Cowie with help from Dave Frazer, Nial Walker and Alan Cameron
Colour Grading: Nial Walker
Heading to Edinburgh, we catch up with trip-hopper Nasty P. Keir Siewert of Breaking Point Flix has delivered a really slick and stylish promo, with some ultra-cool split-screen
Directed by: Keir Siewert
More info about The BBC Music Video Festival can be found here.Sam Hill
• Sam Hill is producer of the BBC Music Video Festival 2012