London-based artist King Charles releases a hybrid video directed by Tom Clover for two tracks, Deeper Love and Freak.
Coves 'You're Evil' by Joss Crowley
Joss Crowley has shot this stylish video for Coves' track You're Evil, with lead singer Beck Wood walking around a huge derelict, ruined railway station while a raven - constantly hovering over her like a bad omen - represents the evil ex she can't get rid of.
"It all started with a conversation with Beck - lead singer and lone cast member - during which we chatted about what it would be like if Debbie Harry was cast as Margot Tenenbaum and wandered on to the set of the film Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.
"I found a disused British Rail station to match the muted palette of Tinker Tailor… that happened to be on a pier, Camilla designed a costume for Beck that provided the accent colour, and DP Adam conjured up some otherworldly photography that was captured fantastically by steadicam op, Mihalis, in some super challenging and windy south coast conditions."
|Production Company||Cross Keys Films|
|Director of Photography||Adam Singodia|
|Focus Puller||Henry Keep|
|2nd AC||Joaquin Blunt|
|Post production company||Onsight|
|VFX||Joe Fellowes Of Make Productions|
|Lead actor||Beck Wood|
|Other credits||Steadicam Operator : Mihalis Margaritis Runner : Kate McMillan|
Moses Sumney gives into his darkest, most satisfying impulses in the self-directed video for Cut Me.
Kid Brunswick discovers an abandoned waterpark in Lewis Knaggs' grungy video for Penny.
Liam Powell directs a frenetic and graphical lockdown video for SPQR's No Brain No Pain.
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 …
London-based production company COMPULSORY are launching an online curatorial space to celebrate …