Jimmy Brown - 25th Oct 2012

Following a series of commercials, Noah Harris makes a return to music videos with this beautiful and stirring promo for Police Dog Hogan's Fraserburgh Train.

Shot amidst the dramatic scenery of Scotland's Cairngorm Mountains, the strong narrative is set at the intersection of past and present, following a boy on a symbolic journey.

Harris draws strong performances from both characters, bringing a quiet sense of anguish to the moving story, with lingering close-ups heavily contrasted by the vast emptiness of the landscape.


Production CompanyColonel Blimp
Production ManagerEd O Driscoll
Director of PhotographyWill Humphris
Art DirectorViggo Blegvad
EditorSam Sneade
Post ProducerMPC
SoundJames @ Jungle
DirectorNoah Harris
Production CompanyBlink

Jimmy Brown - 25th Oct 2012

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