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Noah And The Whale’s Blue Skies by Charlie Fink
Noah And The Whale's frontman Charlie Fink not only directed this imaginative film for the band's new single, but also wrote the script and did all the music. The promo is an excerpt from a 50 minute film that accompany's the new album The First Days Of Spring, which was premiered at the Lattitude festival earlier this month. The film will be a bonus dvd as part of the deluxe edition of the album. With a budget of £30,000, the shoot took place in London, Surrey and the beaches of West Wittering.
|Executive Producer||Glynis Murray|
|Director of Photography||Steve Annis|
|1st AD||Emily Perowne|
|Production designer||Miren Maranon Tejedor|
|Sound||De Lane Lea|
|Production Company||Tomboy Films|
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