Jimmy Brown - 23rd May 2011

Shot on Super 16mm film at various locations around East London including the iconic Last Days Of Decadence, Alex Sufit's promo for 'filthy swing band' Top Shelf Jazz is inspired by Bugsy Malone and Oliver Twist.

With a starring role for Dexter Fletcher (Band Of Brothers, Lock Stock And Two Smoking Barrels) the promo, set in the prohibition era, is subject to an excellent grade from Denny Cooper to add to the authentic tone...


DirectorAlex Sufit
Production CompanyLextricity
Director of PhotographyGabi Norland
EditorGraham Taylor, S
ColouristDenny Cooper, Rushes

Jimmy Brown - 23rd May 2011

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