Directors Ciaran Lyons and Oscar Sansom combine forces to create this visually striking and playful promo for Belle and Sebastian’s latest single ‘Poor Boy’. A colourful and creative affair this video follows the voyeuristic exploits of a young kid as he imagines the lives of his neighbours. Catch it here.
Oscar Sansom’s new video for Swedish pop sensation Miriam Bryant premiered on Clash Magazine earlier this week to launch the worldwide release of her single ‘Black Car’. It is a striking and sumptuously cinematic video which involved us doing some very nasty things to a very beautiful Porsche. It is not to be missed, so go check it out HERE!
Michael Sherrington recently directed this edit for The Royal Bloods latest single “Look Like You Know’. They sent us a lot of footage from there world tour and it was a pleasure creating a promo that has the same energy and intensity that they put into every show. Watch Here
Director Michael Sherrington and Producer Beth Allan worked on creating this striking and energetic Cinema advert for the City of Glasgow. Capturing its cultural heritage, modern architecture, vibrant neighbourhoods and diverse music and culinary scene, we enjoyed making it as much as we enjoyed seeing it on the big screen. Showing Nationwide you can watch it here
Continuing our relationship with record label 4AD, we were commissioned for a multi camera shoot capturing The Lemon Twigs performance at the Queen Margaret Union as part of there UK Tour. Not that we are bias but it was a pretty cool show by one of the most creative bands we have had the pleasure of filming. Keep an eye out for future developments on this project.
The very talented Ciaran Lyons delivered this weird and wonderful promo for Bdy_Prts latest single ‘Take It To The Top’. Ludicrously restrictive costumes, Hypnotic dancing set against a colourful backdrop, whats not to love. The video also landed Ciaran his second Video of the Month with Promo news and can be viewed Here.
Oscar had a lot of fun working with Reading based rockers The Amazons on this incredibly energetic performance video. Shot on beautiful 16mm and then painstakingly animated frame-by-frame, scratching and marking directly on the negative, it is a beautifully crafted and viscerally energetic spectacle. Check it out in all its scratchy glory here.
Michael and Beth have been working with Edinburgh based author Jenni Fagan on a film of her poem ‘Bangour Village Hospital or Edinburgh District Asylum’ – watch the trailer for the film here. We’re calling it a cine poem. Jenni was named best Scottish Novelist of 2016 by the Sunday Herald and is developing her 1st novel into a feature film so we were really pleased to be able to work with her to direct her first short. It screened in Hull at the start of June with Neu Reekie. We’re currently looking for an online home for the film and submitting to festivals so you should be able to watch it in full very soon.
We shot this film at the end of 2016 in the dark dark winter nights. An atmospheric film for EFPIA to highlight the tireless work of medical researchers. Great to work with the Leith Agency again on this one and a really slick and impactful piece directed by Michael Sherrington, cinematography by Nick Aiton, scored by John Lemke.
While we love the discipline of creating short form content we’ve always had the desire to get our teeth into some more complex stories. Beth was at Sheffield Doc Fest this year as part of the Scottish Delegation meeting commissioners and sales agents as well soaking up films, industry sessions and free drinks! Meanwhile Blair and Michael were on the delightful Hebridean Isle of Eigg filming around their 20th Anniversary of Independence celebrations for a documentary we are working on about the island. Watch this space for more on this and other projects we are developing.