Sam Hill - 19th Nov 2012

Stereophonics’ frontman Kelly Jones makes his directorial debut on this video for the band’s new single, almost twenty years into their career, and a fine job he does of it too.

Taking an initially bleak, then life-affirming turn, this narrative video features a strong cast putting in some excellent performances and an interesting narrative in which a man is willing to offer a homeless man a large sum of money in order to help him with a rather dark request. It’s a plot that plays out nicely and each character is a fascinating watch.

The off-summer British coast provides a suitably dramatic background for the emotional action. All in all, it’s really strong work by the ‘phonics singer – who was supported by the team at Shameless. One suspects it will not be the last time that Kelly occupies the director’s chair…

Watch 'Stereophonics 'In A Moment' by Kelly Jones' here

PRO Credits


DirectorKelly Jones
Production CompanyShameless
ProducerAndy Marsh
Production AssistantHollie Forsyth
Director's RepresentationAlexa Haywood at Free Agent UK
Director of PhotographyMatt Fox
Focus PullerRaf Hale
Camera operatorChris Fergusson
GafferYan Murrawski
RunnerJohnny Griffiths
EditorFinal Cut
CommissionerJohn Moule
EditorNikki Porter
ColouristBen Rogers

Sam Hill - 19th Nov 2012

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