Jimmy Brown - 12th Nov 2014

For the promo to Joss Stone's soulfuls cover of Eric Bogle's No Man's Land (Green Fields Of France) to mark the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War, Rupert Bryan shoots Joss at the Tower Of London amongst the impressive poppy display, which has become a huge hit with tourists.

Joss' performance on the Poppy Appeal single is interwoven with the emotive narrative of a couple torn apart by war.

PRO Credits


DirectorRupert Bryan
Production CompanyMotion Picture House
ProducerDanny Rogers
ProducerRupert Bryan, Louisa Edwards
1st ADPaul Murphy
Director of PhotographyMatt Beecroft
Focus PullerChris Stephens
GafferJohn Barker
Art DirectorDanny Rogers
WardrobeNicole Smallwood
HairImran Chowdary
Make-upKirstin Piggot
EditorDominic Seymour
Editing companyTen Three
ColouristLewis Crossfield
Lead actorJoyful Sounds Gospel Choir
Lead actorRyan
Lead actorHannah
Production CoordinatorEmily O'Meara
Production AssistantCathy Conway
GripSid Jones
SparkDean Chambers
DITSimon Vaughan
Make-up AssistantLaura Romain
RunnerMiles Lacey, Joe Trodd, Malini Chupra
StillsCharlie Davies
BTS Camera/SoundChristian Burnett
PlaybackEleri Shone

Jimmy Brown - 12th Nov 2014

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