Multi award-winning London-based director and writer Lewis Rose has joined Park Village for commercials, content and music videos.
Steve Barron joins Just Another Film Company
One of the original pioneers of music video in the UK, Steve directed the classic videos for A-ha's Take On Me, Dire Straits' Money For Nothing, Human League's Don't You Want Me, Michael Jackson's Billie Jean, and many more.
He has also directed many features and TV films, including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Coneheads, Mike Bassett: England Manager and Choking Man.
Richard Moore, MD of Just Another Film Company, says that Steve "has decided to come out of [music video] retirement and join the JAFC gang for a bit. I'm sure you'll agree it will be a privilege to the industry to have him back." Steve is also independently repped by Debs Herbert at Y-I London.
Just Another Film Company has been producing videos for the past 18 months, including The Asteroids Galaxy Tour's Around The Bend by The Brownlee Bros - now signed to Factory Films - Bog Standard's video for Fightstar's Mercury Summer, and a clip by Aaron Bevan-Bailey for The Mission District.
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