Ninian Doff's first video since Mykki Blanco's The Initiation early last year (he's been busy making commercials ever since) is an entertaining, if slightly disturbing debut …
Peace 'Lost On Me' by Ninian Doff
Firstly, they revealed the real key to getting ahead in business (and some of the stranger benefits) with their video for Money. And now, Peace and Ninian Doff are back together, to expose the fraught, even dangerous process of making pop videos... for boy-bands.
For Lost On Me, Ninian transforms the indie fourpiece into a rather unlikely pretenders to One Direction's crown - but the 'fourth wall' on this pop vid pastiche quickly comes down to reveal the hassled choreographer who's supervising the lads' moves. And when things go badly wrong behind the camera, Ninian and Peace have a lot of fun with the boy band-as-puppets idea.
Talk about a health and safety nightmare...
|Production Company||Pulse Films|
|Executive Producer||Zak Razvi|
|Production Manager||Ore Okonedo|
|1st AD||Benjamin Edwards|
|Location Manager||Ben O'Farrell|
|Director of Photography||Ben Moulden|
|Focus Puller||Tony Kay|
|Art Director||Lucie Red|
|Editing company||Stitch Editing|
|Post production company||Finish|
|Post Producer||Cheryl Payne|
|Sound design||String & Tins|
|Director's Representation||Joceline Gabriel|
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