David Knight - 31st Oct 2017

Nick Bartleet sets up a gripping scenario right from the start of his video for Dan Owen. A couple are on the run in wild English countryside, being tracked down by two men in a 4x4, and about to be caught, in scenes reminiscent of Daniel Wolfe's debut feature Catch Me Daddy.

Owen plays one half of the escaping couple, who evade their attackers at first. They come again, this time with dogs, but Bartleet toys with viewer's expectations, and arguably leaves more questions than answers, in a video framed in 4:3 and beautifully photographed by David Foulkes.


DirectorNick Bartleet
ProducerJen Gelin
ProducerPhoebe Lloyd
Production CompanyKode Media
Executive ProducerJamie Whymark
Executive ProducerNathan Killham
Production ManagerTamara Lenz
1st ADKerry Green
Director of PhotographyDavid Foulkes
Focus PullerChris Williams
2nd ACTom Meadows
WardrobeAlex Taylor
EditorNick Bartleet
Director's RepresentationCarrie Sutton
CommissionerLucy Rogers

David Knight - 31st Oct 2017

Related Content


Will Young 'Thank You' by Nick Bartleet

Will Young continues to push boundaries in his music videos with this new one for Thank You directed by Nick Bartleet, who orchestrates Will through a group of interesting characters within the …

David Knight - 17th June 2015

Latest News


Andrew Thomas Huang joins Object & Animal

Following his recent collaboration with FKA twigs on the video for Cellophane, and also the premiere of his new short film Kiss of the Rabbit God at TriBeCa Festival 2019, Andrew Thomas …

Promo News - -330323 seconds ago


Odelay Films sign KC Locke for music videos

One of Manchester’s most prolific and talked about video directors, KC Locke, has signed to London-based Odelay Films for music videos, and is being represented by Marisa Garner at MGA.

Promo News - -73827 seconds ago