The latest from Promo News
Sam Rockwell, finding himself in a completely deserted LA diner, indulges in a bit of secret dancing, in the fashion of Christopher Walken in Weapon Of Choice, in the video for Flight Facilities' Down to Earth, directed by Uncle Friendly.
It starts as a straightforward band performance in a white studio, but Libby Burke Wilde's video for the '80s pop sound of Furs' I Wanna Know soon gets more animated, as lead singer Elle start busting some moves. And then the pink mist descends...
Joe Rideout and a team of animators bring a humdrum tube journey to life as they head into suburbia with some cool paint effects in Joe's promo for Spector's Don't Make Me Wait.
Throughout the video we see into the commutors' minds with added footage depicting their thoughts contrasting their monochrome journey with colourful dreams...
London indie trio Idlehour don a variety of masks, odd headgear and outlandish make-up in Patrick Piatek's hugely watchable promo for their track My Familiar, as he compliments the obtuse and grungey soundtrack with stop-motion, sharp edits and zooming techniques...
Catch Me Daddy, the brilliant debut feature by Daniel and Matthew Wolfe, opens in UK cinemas today (Feb 27th) having received widespread rave reviews - and Daniel Wolfe has told Promo News that the movie's success is based upon the memorable characters played by largely unknown actors, discovered as a result of extensive street casting.
Hot on the heels of winning Best British Female at The Brits 2015 on Wednesday, Paloma Faith teams up with George Belfield for the promo to Beauty Remains - penned by Bernard Butler and Fyfe Dangerfield - from her chart-topping third album A Perfect Contradiction.
Shot on 16mm film, Filmawi & Esrael's engrossing and emotional promo for World Without You by Dublin brothers Hudson Taylor, follows the story of a father and son reconnecting, beautifully played by Jonas Cemm and Joe Adams.
The first of two new Spector videos by first-time video directors, the All The Sad Young Men promo follows the band on a big night out in Essex.
Lee Isserow's vibrant, iconoclastic video for Pandora's Bliss's Talking To Your Head is, according to Lee: "a sideways fairytale of feminist enlightenment, [with] women escaping their respective shackles of objectification and sexualization, a man shedding his asphyxiating chauvinism to embrace egalitarianism."
For Joywave's Somebody New, Keith Schofield takes the phenomenon of skateboard video game glitches, and takes it to a whole new dimension of tomfoolery.
Ed Lovelace and the Loveless brothers of Drenge team up to revive the dread spirit of A Clockwork Orange for the video for We Can Do What We Want, as a gang of latterday white jumper-wearing droogs - led by Robert Emms (Warhorse, Kick Ass 2) – cause mayhem and terror around contemporary Sheffield.
Blur are about to release The Magic Whip - their first album in 12 years - with cover artwork by Tony Hung. And now the designer has also directed the first video from the album.