Franck Trebillic's striking promo for the bizarre electronic mash that is Stretta's Calculus, captures insects in close-up edited and synced to the awkward beat to great effect. All captured in …
Kill It Kid 'I'll Be The First' by Franck Trebillac
Taken from their debut album You Owe Nothing, Brit rockers Kill It Kid turn in a muscular performance in Franck Trebillac's promo for I'll Be The First.
Franck's stimulating performance piece sees the band perform in a large empty space with some very effective footlights, helped out on the chorus by headbanging fans in slow-mo...
|Production Company||NTSH London|
|Executive Producer||Seany Stuart|
|Production Manager||Drew Morten|
|1st AD||Ben Mealing|
|Director of Photography||Tony C Miller|
|Focus Puller||Jeff Vine|
|2nd AC||Ben Worthington|
|Editor||Mike Prior/franck Trebillac|
|Post Producer||Steve Doran|
|Director's Representation||Las Bandas Be Brave|
|Line Producer||Drew Morten|
|Camera Trainee||Jomar O'Meally|
|Label||Warner Brothers Records|
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