Here's our first Covid-19-related news round-up, as production companies, labels and freelancers start to adapt to remote working:
Pulse Films' head of video Laura Tunstall moves to LA office
Pulse Films' head of music video Laura Tunstall is moving from London to Los Angeles to act as executive producer for the video department in the company's LA office.
Meanwhile, Pulse's longstanding in-house music video producer Stacy Vaughan will continue to drive the music video production output from Pulse's London headquarters in Hanbury Street, becoming the new head of music video at Pulse in London. Repping duties for the London roster will continue to be divided between the team at OB Management and Joceline Gabriel.
Here is our latest round-up of Covid-related news and useful information relevant for the music video-making community...
Shiny, the network connecting the industry to new, diverse directors, is moving its focus online during the coronavirus crisis.
Continuing with it's series of workshops that explore everything from directing and commissioning through to meditation and writing, Caviar Connects wrapped up last week with …
A young martial artist travels to the big city to retrieve the head of a sacred statue, in Swim …
Thora Hilmars rouses the world back to life in her stunning video for Of Monsters and Men.
Saynave is interviewing for a life partner in Alex Reinhard's video for Resume.
Global direct a new video for Squeezie, one of France's biggest YouTubers, and simultaneously …
Director duo Bedroom direct a high-stakes anime thriller for Raissa.
Oscar Hudson is back, directing a fever dream wrapped in a music video for Slowthai.