Cat Velez - 9th Mar 2016

Legendary Manchester band James' anthemic track Nothing But Love tells a story about a love which transcends all boundaries - and it's now paired with a video which illustrates this idea in a charming way. 

Directed by James Fitzgerald, and shot in the director's hometown of Dunmore East - a fishing village in County Waterford - it follows a human figure with a television for a head that wakes up in a scrapyard, following the sound of a crash.

The loud noise comes from a heartbroken woman's own television set, which she smashes onto the ground nearby. And once the telly-head is on its feet, it staggers around the place with a childlike naiveté, displaying its feelings through old cartoons and movies that flash onto the screen. 

And once our protagonist finds the woman who awoke it, its love at first watch... 

PRO Credits


DirectorJames Fitzgerald
ProducerSam Mintz
ProducerCameron Wauchope
Production CompanySky Blue Films
1st ADHugh O'donoghue
Director of PhotographyJames Mather
Art DirectorMary Naughton
HairSarah-Jane Hanton
Make-upSarah-Jane Hanton
EditorAdam Collins
ColouristJonny Tully
Post production companySky Blue Films
VFXNick Tregenza
Lead actorToni O'rourke, Sophie Merry, Matthew O'brien
Director's RepresentationLas Bandas Be Brave
CommissionerFaye Purcell

Cat Velez - 9th Mar 2016

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