David Knight - 9th Aug 2010

Italian director Maurizio Zappettini’s video for electro-rock outfit Bazooka is an atmospheric affair with a classic Brit-film look, partly filmed (aptly enough) at an old school.

Maurizio was inspired by videos from the '90s - it's shot on good old Super 16mm, by Joe Dyer - and it also saves the best till last. This has a genuinely scary monster. Yikes.

PRO Credits


DirectorMaurizio Zappettini
Production CompanyClaw Films
ProducerSeany Stuart
Post ProducerBen Falk
Director of PhotographyJoe Dyer
SteadicamThomas English
Focus PullerRalph Messer
Production designerMonica Black
Make-upHarriet Thompson
EditorVid Price
ColouristSimone Grattarola
PostBrian King @ Berwick Post
AnimationJos Newbolt, Ninian Doff
Sound designFilippo Quaglia
LabelBetterTone Records
Other creditsSound Design: Filippo Quaglia

David Knight - 9th Aug 2010

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