Paul Gardner's promo for new All Around The World signing Tich's Dumb tells the classic story of not knowing what you have until its gone - with a comedic twist. Shot in one day at two locations, …
Charlie Brown 'Bones' by Paul Gardner
Paul Gardner follows up his video for Tich with this monochrome promo for label mate Charlie Brown, to partner his brooding dance anthem Bones.
Shot on Dartmoor, the post apocalyptic-style video sees Charlie making his way through the barren landscape, joined by some heavy post work - with the rolling clouds replaced by an alien sky - creating an other worldly effect...
"A thin narrative runs throughout signifying the struggle to reach our goals, but primarily its aim was to create an epic cinematic promo focusing on Charlie."
|Production Company||JJ Stereo|
|Director of Photography||Dan Stafford Clark|
|Director's Representation||JJ Stereo|
|1st AD||Ezra Sumner|
|Focus Puller||Dave Agah-Rafei|
|Camera Assistant||Harry Wheeler|
|Production Assistant||Oliver Samuel|
|Hair & Make-up||Sadie Hewlett|
|Jib Operator||Dave Emery|
|Jib Assistant||Chris Robinson|
|Label||All Around The World|
Shot in London, Paul Gardner captures the cool style of soul and hip-hop artist Project Alfie in this well-shot promo for new single Beggin'.
With a rich film look and a stylish use of titles, the promo also nods to Project Alfie's hip hop style. http://www.youtube.com/watchv=ER1iBsou8sk
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