David Knight - 9th Feb 2015

Director Björn Rühmann (formerly of directing team The Vikings), co-creator Kerstin Rühmann and songwriter/composer Anthony Frattolillo have created a trilogy of powerful short films that act as individual music videos for songs by American folk outfit the Herbert Bail Orchestra. And within each video, a series of broken characters face the drama of alienation and existential despair over the course of a single day.

In the first part of the trilogy, The Nature of Things, the scene is set for the harrowing journey of a man (played by English actor Richie Coster) through the barren American desert, trying to save his only companion, his dog. His spirit and perseverance, beyond all hope, is the reason to keep watching this viscerally punishing film - and then be hooked by an ending that will make you want to watch the next one...

Watch 'The Herbert Bail Orchestra 'The Nature Of Things' by Björn Rühmann' here

PRO Credits

Credits

DirectorBjörn Rühmann
Production CompanyFurlined
Executive ProducerDiane McArter
WriterKerstin Rühmann
WriterAnthony Frattolillo
ProducerEd Buhr
ProducerCharlotte Culina
Director of PhotographyLarkin Seiple
Art DirectorAndrew Katz
WardrobeMarcia Rennert
Make-upKeston Ridley
Sound designAJ Murillo
Post FXJay Liquori
ColouristToby Tomkins
EditorMandy Brown
1st ACMatt Sanderson
1st ACKenichiro Tanaka
2nd ACMargaret Parus
GafferMatt Ardine
Other creditsStory: Björn & Kerstin Rühmann and Anthony FrattolilloStarring: Ritchie Coster and Spike the Dog Co-Starring: Anthony Frattolillo and Andrew Katz Steadicam: Chris Cunningham Key Grip: Tom Hunt Animal Trainers: Joe Camp & Cris Rankin Special Thanks: Diane McArter, Randall Blayney, Tomislav Culina, Aimee West Aubree Galibso, Pete Randall

David Knight - 9th Feb 2015

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