The latest from Promo News
The second shortlist for the Next Director Award has been revealed, with a further seven new directors in contention to win the brand new short film award created by D&AD and YouTube. The shortlist is:
Complimenting the moving sentiment within the track which discusses the power of perseverance and determination, Syndrome delivers this hard-hitting but inspirational promo with a Rocky-style storyline for Eminem's Guts Over Fear.
New Nice & Polite signing Jake Jelicich directs, shoots, edits and grades this part-performance promo for All For The Taking by Fiction/Universal artist Meanwhile - aka Tom Andrews.
Jake intercuts a surreal but nevertheless excellent performance from model Clea Martin with live footage - in silhouette - of the 23 year old composer/musician...
Patrick Killingbeck delivers a crime drama in neo-noir visuals for Gold Lake's Lovers, from their debut album release Years. A Bonnie and Clyde pull off an elaborate scam over a crime lord who's certainly no gent. You can tell that by the way he treats his butler...
Tickets are available now for a special fundraising Christmas party in memory of the late Barry Wasserman, the legendary 1st assistant director who died earlier this year, and raising money for a charity picked by his family.
The combination of Skrillex and Nabil Elderkin has resulted in everything you might hope for - a balls-to-the-wall, all-action, white-knuckle ride of a music video for the unsubtle Fuck Th#t, where even the hero is really quite a bad boy.
Cameron Duddy and Bruno Mars harness the party atmosphere perfectly in Mark Ronson and Mr Mars' tune Uptown Funk with this fun and tongue-in-cheek romp.
Matthew Connell directs the promo to People by Essex four-piece Youth Club, shot over one day in the autumn sunshine in the band's hometown of Southend-On-Sea (yes, those are real palm trees).
Matthew's a day-in-the-life style video sees group surrounded by the seaside, vintage cars, skateboards, friends, family and pets...
Continuing with a fruitful creative relationship with David Bowie, and following on from the 2013 anti-war video for I’d Rather Be High, Tom Hingston has directed the video for the Thin White Dukes' most recent effort, Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime).
Award-winning directing collective and animation studio M-I-E, renowned for their work in music videos for the likes of George Michael, Beyoncé, Faithless and Joey Bada$$, have now signed to Good Egg for music video and commercial representation.