Cat Velez - 28th Jan 2016

Tom Haines has directed this subtly performed, character-led video for New Order's second single Tutti Frutti, from their latest album Music Complete

In it, Italian actor Ricky Tognazzi (father of MVA-winning producer Sarah Tognazzi) brilliantly plays a freshly dismissed television show host who has clearly enjoyed a long career in the business. And as we follow him through the winding backstage corridors, it becomes clear that he, understandably, isn't taking the news too well.

But once the downtrodden ex-host reaches the stage, a proper meltdown begins as a particularly strong defence mechanism grants him ability to relive the excitement one last time...

PRO Credits

Credits

HairMare Filipic
DirectorTom Haines
Executive ProducerRob Godbold
Production CompanyBOLD
Line ProducerBenjamin Begovic
Service CompanyDivision Slovenia
Director of PhotographySteve Annis
Costume designerAmeena Kara Callender
Stylist (cast)Monika Lorber
Production designerNatasa Rogelj
Make-upTina Hribernik
ProducerSarah Tognazzi
ChoreographyMitja Popovski
EditorDan Sherwen
EditorKit Wells
Editing companyFinal Cut
ColouristJames Banford
Grading companyThe Mill
OnlineCoffee & TV
Sound designJames Cobbold
Sound750MPH
CommissionerJohn Moule

Cat Velez - 28th Jan 2016

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