Scott Altman grew up in Sandyford, Dublin, and started in the film industry as a teenager - as a pyrotechnician at Aardmore Studios - before training in animation and VFX. He joined MTV in London in …
Twin Pines 'Young Heart’ by Scott Altman
Glasgow pop trio Twin Pines are sent on a tongue-in-cheek trip back to the '80s without leaving the studio, in Scott Altman's video for Young Heart.
Filmed in London and Los Angeles, the band performed against green screen, which was then replaced with LA backdrops, and given a lo-fi, VHS-esque finish. Not exacty high-tech, but not a problem when the band are as exuberant as this, and the song this catchy.
|Production Company||Defunct Films|
|Director of Photography||Yana Rits-cairns|
|Director of Photography||Blake Hawk|
|Focus Puller||Robert Cairns|
|Hair & Make-up||Shamirah Sairally|
|Post production company||Defunct Films|
|Director's Representation||Defunct Films|
|Label||The Enigma Corporation|
|Other credits||Production Assistant: Cyrus Mirzashafa, Sabrina Ziem-Kamana Runners: Ben Cooper, Domingo Simon Thanks: Camberwell Studios, Nina Sobers|
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