Bury Tomorrow 'The Grey (VIXI)' by Laurence Warder
Laurence Warder directs an intense, claustrophobic and impressively shot performance video for UK metalcore band Bury Tomorrow.
With cinematography from Tom Watts that emphasises every straining sinew, delivered mainly in shadowy monochrome, this is a visceral visualization of the Southampton band's thunderous The Grey (VIXI).
|Producer||Paul Romero Mendez|
|Production Company||4th Floor Creative|
|Director of Photography||Tom Watts|
|Focus Puller||William Wallace|
|Label||Music For Nations|
|Other credits||PA David Dunnage|
Meditating on the purpose of certain spaces and locations we frequent in life, Laurence Warder's video for Dreamland explores a narrative told through contemporary choreography.
It's all about the artist performance in this unflinching one take video for Tom Grennan.
All of the greats have one... Mariah Carey, The Pogues and Kirsty Maccoll, Wham. Now it's time for Little Mix to put their mark on catchy Christmas ballads with One I've Been Missing, alongside …
Industrial noise punks Black Futures are well known for exciting visuals in their stage shows and this gets incorporated into Laurence Werder's kinetic, dystopia-inspired video for Me.TV.
Pulse Films has announced that Nnena Nwakodo has joined the award-winning Music Videos …
Greatcoat Films have officially announced the signing of BAFTA-winning filmmaker Georgina …
Italian director Giulia Mucci, creator of comic-horror shorts The Exorsink and DECREPITO, has …
A new online platform has launched called Scouty, offering a new way to discover and book film and …
Having worked with some of the most exciting new artists, including Berwyn, Arlo Parks, Fred …
Agile Films have announced the signing of Dumas Haddad to their directors roster for music videos …