David Knight - 13th May 2010

Shot on location in the Sanctum Soho Hotel in London's glittering West End, the video is for the theme track from Noel Clarke's new diamond-heist movie 4.3.2.1 (out on June 2.)

Nick Mason and Phil Tidy were approached by Maya Jenkins at Universal Pictures to help with the promotion of the film soundtrack. They came up with the idea of doing a mainstream music tie-in video for this track featuring Paloma Faith, and an underground internet video which will be released soon.

Parts of the film were also shot in the Sanctum Hotel and Phil and Nick shot on Red Cam anamorphic lenses so it would cut in as best with the movie footage.

Adam Deacon & Bashy ft. Paloma Faith
Keep Moving (Sony Music)
Dir: Nick Mason
Prod: Phil Tidy
DoP: Deane Thrussell
AD: Phil Tidy
PM: Augustus the Great
Art Dir: Phil Tidy and Richie Burridge
Styling: Andy Blake
Make up Paloma: Natusmi Watanabe
Hair Paloma: Kenichi
Make-Up Noel etc: Dom Webb
Catering: Phil Tidy
Edit: Nick Mason
Animated Graphics: Sam Mason & Ed Saxby
Online: Miland Suman at Locomotion
Commissioner: Maya Jenkins at Universal Pictures


David Knight - 13th May 2010

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