Metromomy are reunited with Dan Brereton - director of their early videos and the more recent one for Hypnose – for the video for Reservoir. And this one is different than anything …
Daniel Avery 'Taste' by Daniel Brereton
"I don't want reveal how this is done before you watch it, so watch it first," says Daniel Brereton about his intriguing video for Daniel Avery's Taste.
"It might be easy to tell but this was all done an an everyday scanner, I just had the idea to do a video full of scanned images. So i just got the girls to move scan by scan, like in stop-frame animation. They didn't really "get" what was going on at times, but that is cool as it creates mistakes, and I often asked them what they thought would look good.
"I like working like that as then it creates more of a collaboration. Similarly Dan Avery, the musician, came up with a lot of ideas based on a test video I created. Like the make-up, his sister Charli did that. We both wanted to make something that had a sinister feel as I thought that was brought out in the music, one of Dan's influences was "Windowlicker" which has a great video as I am sure we all know."
Daniel Brereton headed down to the Elephant & Castle shopping centre in South London with Swim Deep - a young band harking back to late 80s bagginess, right down to the centre partings …
Following his witty satire on the music videomaking business with Gee Up, Adam Bainbridge (aka Kindness) teams up with Daniel Brereton to deliver another highly unorthodox video for new track …
Following his recent collaboration with FKA twigs on the video for Cellophane, and also the premiere of his new short film Kiss of the Rabbit God at TriBeCa Festival 2019, Andrew Thomas …
Cut+Run London have promoted assistant Editor Meg Thorne to Editor, adding the one of the most talented young editors working in London to their full roster.
One of Manchester’s most prolific and talked about video directors, KC Locke, has signed to London-based Odelay Films for music videos, and is being represented by Marisa Garner at MGA.
Agile Films is bringing a showcase of music videos and short films by their directors to the Everyman Screen on the Green in London next month.