Promo News - 1st May 2013

Shot over two days at Cod Beck near Osmotherley in North Yorkshire, Andy Berriman gets back to nature and simpler times in this atmospheric promo for PAPERCUTZ’ Where Beasts Die.

“The track is the last on an album that follows the narrative of a character dealing with the loss of a mentor/parental figure” explains Andy. “The brief I was given by Bruno Miguel (of :papercutz) was that the track is about ‘the importance of seeking out your personal quest with someone close to you, someone who will take the chance and share their existence with you, and embark upon your adult life with you’.

“There is lots of animalistic and wilderness imagery in the lyrics and atmosphere of the track. I knew I wanted the video to be about the need for animal warmth, and the fear that it may never come.

“Take that and a healthy addiction to Game of Thrones and you’ve got the video in a nutshell really”.


DirectorAndy Berriman
Lead actorEva Quinn
Lead actorAndrew Mullan
Lead actorDoreen Franklin
ProducerJohn Kirkbride
ProducerAndy Berriman
Director of PhotographyHenry William Vaughan
Camera operatorAndrew Roughan
WardrobeGayle Playford
StylistRee Collins
ColouristMike Thomas
WardrobeNorthern Stage
Other creditsA Film By The Night Thief Wolf shots: Mobile Hob/Catering/Stills: Simon Cole

Promo News - 1st May 2013

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