Jimmy Brown - 16th Dec 2013

Chris Hugall's low-budget, lo-fi monochrome promo for Slaves' Where's your car Debbie? is based upon stories of Bigfoot sightings in the woods near the band's home town of Tunbridge Wells in Kent.

Shot on Hi8 camcorder, Super 8mm film and digital, Chris adds to the tension of the urgent, thrashing soundtrack with fast-edits and close-ups Blair Witch-style...


DirectorChris Hugall
ProducerChris Hugall
EditorChris Hugall
Editing companyFamily Editing
Director of PhotographyChris Hugall
Director of PhotographyNye Williams
Lead actorWill Sanderson-Thwaite
Graphic designSam Chelton
LabelFonthill Records
CommissionerSlaves/Chris Pritchard
Other credits1970's Car Provided By Adam Goldsmith

Jimmy Brown - 16th Dec 2013

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