Catfish and The Bottlemen 'Fallout' by Eoin Glaister
White van drivers have taken a lot of stick over the years. Not so in this case of Eoin Glaister's video for Catfish and The Bottlemen's Fallout.
A frustrated van driver turns hero, and prime performer, as an ordinary working day on suburban streets is increasingly transformed by the local population's need to dance.
It's a big idea on a tight budget executed well by Eoin, the director behind the somewhat controversial 'EDL' video for Let The Machines Do The Work last year.
|1st AD||Peter Bromfield|
|Director of Photography||Joe Mannion|
|Focus Puller||Adrian Peckitt|
|2nd AC||Louis Mackay|
|Art Director||Oli Bell|
|Lead actor||Vince Williams|
|Lead actor||Lindon Barr|
|Lead actor||Christopher Tendai|
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