Jimmy Brown - 1st Nov 2013

Following his debut video for the UKMVA-nominated Let The Machines Do The Work, director Eoin Glaister turns his efforts towards the farming community.

Glaiser's promo for hotly tipped Brownswood act Anushka sees badgers culling farmers in this 'straight to VHS, Halloween special'. Like an episode of Emmerdale - with killer badgers...

Credits

DirectorEoin Glaister
Production CompanyVa Bene Films
ProducerLee Cameron
EditorJoe Mannion
Director of PhotographyJoe Mannion
Art DirectorOli Bell
ColouristMarlon Nico
VFXTimothy Tyndale, Marlon Nico
LabelBrownswood Recordings
CommissionerNoah Zeeny
Other credits1st Assistant Director- Zac Moss 2nd Assistant Director - Sammy Mendel 1st A.C - Sky Ainsbury 2nd A.C - Jack Knott Gaffer - Guy Gotto Spark - Jacek Holdanowicz Production Designer - Louie Waller Badger Costume - Harri Symes Stylist - Tobi Rose Milward Make-Up, Hair, SFX - Meg Nixon Make-Up, Hair, SFX - Finola McLennan Stills Photographer- Timothy Tyndale Runner- Stephen Hope Runner - Jordi Prats

Jimmy Brown - 1st Nov 2013

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