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Robbie Williams 'Mixed Signals' by Ross Anderson
Sometimes its hard to get past the cheeky all-conquering chap that he presents in the videos directed by Vaughan Arnell, but Robbie Williams projects a quite different personality in the video for Mixed Signals - which also marks Nice & Polite's CEO Ross Anderson's directing debut.
Told mostly from the POV perspective of a girl on a wild night out with her girlfriends, Robbie is left on the end of the phone, frustrated and angry that she's not responding to his texts and calls - and that's after saying she was enjoying a quiet night in...
Utilizing live action, VFX and animation to tell the story, the video also comes with two alternate endings - one featuring Robbie's wife Ayda Field, and the other featuring old Take That bandmate Gary Barlow – to keep you guessing about whether this young lady is worthy of Robbie's affections, or a bit of a wrong 'un. And that makes for an notable first dip into directing by Ross Anderson.
|Production Company||Nice & Polite|
|Executive Producer||Ross Anderson|
|Production Manager||Bianca Di Marco|
|1st AD||James Dyer|
|1st AD||Dan Gibling|
|Director of Photography||Matthew North|
|Focus Puller||Daniel Deighton|
|Focus Puller||Jeff Vine|
|2nd AC||Jono Farr|
|2nd AC||Scott Buxton|
|Art Director||Jade Mortimer|
|Editing company||Absolute Post|
|Grading company||Absolute Post|
|Post production company||Absolute Post|
|Post Producer||Leigh Warner|
|Post Producer||Belinda Grew|
|Lead actor||Kirsty Rose, Hannah Hoad, Callum Keer|
|Lead actor||Audrey Hayman|
|Other credits||2nd AD: Jack Meredith Creative Assist + Casting: Jake Pace Lawrie DIT: Oliver Martins Spark: Nicholas Clarke Artist Management: Tim Clark Artist Manager: Michael Loney Angelica Bergese PA: Sarah Wildash Runners: Madinka McGough, Reece Gibbins And Sonny McMillan Kit&Grip Equipment C/o: Panavision And Feral Lighting Equipment C/o: Pinewood MBS|
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