Catfish And The Bottlemen 'Soundcheck' by Malia James
Director Malia James has gone back to her rock roots with Catfish and the Bottlemen, for this rough-and-ready performance video for their single Soundcheck. It's a fittingly gritty, monochromatic video shot in a warehouse, with deep blacks and pronounced contrast - providing the perfect look and feel for high energy rock n' roll.
|Production Manager||Maurizio Von Trapp|
|Executive Producer||Sean Stuart|
|1st AD||Jonathan Sidwell|
|Director of Photography||Tony C Miller|
|Focus Puller||Jeff Vine|
|2nd AC||Ben Worthington|
|Art Director||Oliver Hogan|
|Editing company||Assembly Rooms|
|Post Producer||Thomas Cole|
|Edit Producer||Dan Braheny|
A hypnotic beat draws out a crowd for an old-school block party in Malia James' video for Bryce Vine.
The special relationship between the US and UK continues as New York director Malia James teams up with London's Sinead Harnett on the streets of the Big Apple. Raining? Do It Anyway.
Rita Ora steams up the screen big time in the new video for Let Me Love Me by Malia James.
Malia James is quickly establishing herself as a new go-to director for mainstream pop videos. Her most recent work for Honne & Izzy Bizu is very good indeed, and this one for Hailee …
Like many individuals and companies working in music and film, we are pausing today to show …
Being unable to present live events during the lockdown period, music video show BUG has just …
Pulse Films have announced the signing of director Colin Read to its music video …
Coffee & TV have helped to establish and launch SOHO SCRUB HUB, part of a UK-wide …
Continuing with it's series of workshops that explore everything from directing and …
Shiny, the network connecting the industry to new, diverse directors, is moving its focus online …