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James Arthur 'Get Down' by Bugsy
2012 X Factor winner James Arthur takes a winter morning stroll along the Thames, and on through a remarkably non-rainy London, in the promo for his new single Get Down - directed by Bugsy.
The video is powered by some on-screen lyrical stabs, but the real visual hook come when the live action transforms to animation - an excellent enhancement courtesy of the team of nine animators from MPC who worked on the project.
"I was really interested in directing a pop video and when the opportunity came up to work with James Arthur I was excited at the prospect of doing so.
"James was a pleasure to work with and we had a great shoot walking through London shooting against backdrops that had an epic quality to them. This was enhanced with fantastic animation done by lovely team over at MPC".
|Production Company||Good Egg|
|Executive Producer||John Hassay|
|Director's Representation||Marisa Garner @ Marisa Garner Associates|
|Line Producer||Rupert Savage|
|Production Manager||Angelica Polonczyk|
|1st AD||Tristan Hefele|
|Director of Photography||Daniel Trapp|
|SFX Supervisor||Sophie Gunn|
|Post production company||MPC|
|Lead Animator||Bernat Amengual|
|Lead Animator||Matt Campbell|
|Lead Animator||Ed Christie|
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