Promo News - 26th Apr 2013

Taken from Ben Heyworth’s (aka This Morning Call) second album Organs Of State (June 17), Damian Cox delivers this thoughtful piece to partner Ben’s new single Silent Film.

Shot at Islington Mill in Salford and influenced by shots of Eastern Bloc inhabitants in the 1980s, Damian says “The promo is based on a person’s desire to stand out and be noticed and to have an influence on their surroundings – even when attempting to do so could be detrimental to them”.


DirectorDamian Cox
Production CompanyInto Productions
Director of PhotographyDamian Cox
Camera operatorSanna Karvonen
1st ADKivi Larmola
Make-upColette George
EditorDamian Cox
Lead actorDebbie McGregor
Lead actorBen Heyworth
Lead actorGraham Atkin
Lead actorMatt Hulse
Lead actorJohn Hall
Lead actorMark Ridyard

Promo News - 26th Apr 2013

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