James Blunt 'Love Me Better' by Vaughan Arnell
One look at his Twitter feed will tell you that despite your feelings for James Blunt, the man is incredibly self-aware. And self-deprecating to a tee. A recent Blunt line went: ""You thought 2016 was bad? I'm releasing a new album in 2017."
With that as a driving force, Vaughan Arnell reunites with Blunt to provide the ideal vehicle for the album's first single Love Me Better, blending hyper-colourful pop slickness and tongue-in-cheek humour in the kind a location the singer knows only too well - a neon-drenched nightclub.
And tonight, Blunt happens to be the least popular patron in the club - but coming to terms with his fate. Imagine if Nicolas Winding-Refn's Only God Forgives was actually about a 42-year-old man who can't keep up with nightclub culture despite his best intentions and you're most of the way there.
|Production Company||Moxie Pictures|
|Executive Producer||Dawn Laren|
|Production Manager||Hattie Masterson|
|1st AD||Ben Gill|
|Director of Photography||Will Bex|
|Focus Puller||Jessie Brough|
|2nd AC||Will Gardner|
|Art Director||Debbie Moles|
|Hair & Make-up||Michelle Bayliss|
|Editing company||Final Cut|
|Grading company||The Mill|
|Post production company||The Mill|
|Post Producer||David Keegan|
|Lead actor||James Blunt|
Evergreen Rick Astley returns with a stripped-back performance video directed by Vaughan Arnell - but it's not quite just the man and his mic.
Shot on location in South Africa, Vaughan Arnell's uplifting video for The Script's Superheroes is a both an original, arguably unique performance video, and also a timely celebration of …
Vaughan Arnell's latest video for James Blunt is about as emotionally raw as they come.
After partying like Russians in their last collaboration, Vaughan Arnell and Robbie Williams take it down a couple of notches with a beachside stroll in the video for 'Love My Life'.
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 …