Elton's almost famous number has been reduced to an extremely thin piece of dance fluff, but it's rendered bearable by Mike Baldwin's trip around a wet LA suburb with some kids having a Wayne's …
Attic Lights' Bring You Down by Michael Baldwin
Mike Baldwin lifts the lid on the hugely glamourous world of music video production - where everyone behind the camera is Japanese.
Which could be a nod to Lost In Translation, or a way of stopping anyone (non-Japanese, obviously) thinking he might be referring to them.
|Director of Photography||Christopher Sabogal|
Michael Baldwin's latest collaboration with Travis has essentially a very simple idea. The band wanted to make the guitar solo in Something Anything the focal point of the video. That has been …
Gary Go is the new kid in town - thin enough to get into a tight Italian suit, and fit enough to do some serious running in Mike Baldwin's cinematic, retro-tastic and somewhat enigmatic video.
Bespectacled 'one-man Coldplay' Gary Go is actually a clockwork man.
Pulse Films has announced the signing of Aube Perrie, winner of Best New Director at the recent UK …
Anthony Taylor, producer of many acclaimed and award-winning commercials, most recently at Kode …
Agile Films have announced the signing of Charlie Robins to their music video directors' roster.
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The new episode of The Promonews Podcast: Talking Music Videos - our series of …
The Sharks Music Video Awards 2022 are now open for entries, and a music video award jury has …