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RubberNecker picks up the running from NTSH

RubberNecker picks up the running from NTSH

David Knight - 18th Feb 2016

Producer Sean Stuart has launched RubberNecker, a new production company for music videos and content production out of the NTSH stable, with a roster of directors including Kenny McCracken, Paloma Zapata, Franck Trebillac, Jon Olav Stokke, Crooked Cynics, Pickering Brothers, Kavar Singh and Daniel Börjesson.

RubberNecker will also represent Steve Glashier, Stuart's longtime partner in NTSH London, and now partly based in Berlin, for projects in the UK. Chloe Page at Lock It In will be the UK rep for the majority of the roster for music videos and content, with Jen Herrera at Las Bandas Be Brave repping the rest of the roster.

With NTSH London closing its doors, Stuart, with 35 years of industry experience, says: "RubberNecker shares the same great production values and ethos as NTSH – essentially, making innovative and beautiful films.” 

The RubberNecker roster features Kenny McCracken, who has directed videos for Norma Jean Martine, Jack Watts, and several for Universal priority artist Aurora, including for Half A World Away – the track used for the John Lewis 'Man In The Moon' Christmas ad. McCracken has just completed his latest Aurora video, for Conqueror. Spanish director Paloma Zapata's imaginative body of work includes videos for BOTH, Oliver Nelson, IZAL and Calexico. Frank Trebillac's work includes videos for DJ Shadow, Paul Weller and Alle Farben.

Up-and-coming directing team Crooked Cynics have worked with Bastille, Rag 'N Bone Man, People Just Do Nothing and just completed the video for Rationale's Fuel To The Fire. Jon Olaf Stokke's videos include work for Jones, Klyne and Over The Sea.

Stuart adds that the mix of established and emerging talent at the new company is designed to prosper in the current climate of music video production. "As a filmmaker and a producer, and being involved in making iconic music videos, commercials and content, from the early 80’s to the present. It’s been a constant evolution."


David Knight - 18th Feb 2016


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