Tobias Ross-Southall has paired up again with British indie band Mystery Jets, and this time he's set his sights a bit further afield than for Bubblegum, which was shot …
San Zhi 'Give It Up' by Antoine Levi
This stunning short by Antoine Levi for Anglo- Egyptian electronica duo San Zhi, was shot in Varanasi, India, documenting the journey of a boy following the steps of a traditional funeral ceremony.
Directed by Antione Levi and shot by Romain Alary, the ethereal yet sombre feel of the track is reflected in black and white tones, depicting the solemn ritual taking place. What is most striking of all perhaps are the close ups of the featured characters; moving portraits, each stare at the camera calling the viewer to bear witness to the scene.
|Director of Photography||Romain Alary|
|Focus Puller||Etienne Burguy|
|Post production company||Glassworks|
This documentary/music video by George Thomson and Lukas Schrank of Visitor Studio follows the extraordinary life of Tuvshinjargal – a young woman living in Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia, who is …
Singer-songwriter Cate Le Bon and visual artist and filmmaker Phil Collins shine a spotlight upon a proud community living though daily hardship in Eastern Slovakia - the residents of Lunik IX …
Summer is coming. And Casper Balslev's film Summer - Document, captures the very essence of the season, as it happened for the youth of Denmark in the long hot summer of 2018, with original …
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 …
Cut+Run London have promoted assistant Editor Meg Thorne to Editor, adding the one of the most talented young editors working in London to their full roster.
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.
Agile Films is bringing a showcase of music videos and short films by their directors to the Everyman Screen on the Green in London next month.