David Knight - 13th May 2008

Christian Debney - ex-Dirty UK, now at Crossroads Films - has come up with a thriller for The Music's anthemic comeback single.

The band's secret, spontaneous gig is attacked by the full force of an oppressive military regime in this widescreen blockbuster.

Ironically, Dirty UK's new video for Flobots touches on similar themes. But here Chris creates some impressive CGI hardware, as in the very good (and largely unseen) viral for Foo Fighters' The Pretender he made last year.

Watch 'The Music's Strength In Numbers by Chris Debney' here


Production CompanyCrossroads Films
DirectorChris Debney
ProducerFrancesca Barnes
Director of PhotographyStuart Biddlecombe
Art DirectorJames Morgan
EditorSam Jones
OnlineChris Debney
CommissionerRoss Anderson

David Knight - 13th May 2008

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