FRONTIERS FOR SCOTTISH BALLET DIGITAL SEASON

As part of Scottish Ballets fantastic Digital Season, we created this incredible dance film with Director Eve McConnachie. Choreographed by San Francisco ballet dancer Myles Thatcher the film explores outdated gender norms inherent in the classical ballet industry. Watch Here.

DFI ‘SHARED SPACE’ CAMPAIGN DIRECTED BY OSCAR SANSOM

We started the year with this ambitious project, working with Belfast based agency Genesis for the second time. We were really excited to work on a job of this scale and vision. This was a bit of a logistical and technical puzzle involving four days of road closures across Glasgow and working out a complex visual effect which was part in camera practical and part post production. Huge collaborative effort between Director Oscar Sansom, DOP Thomas English  and our VFX team DUPE. Watch Here.

Foals ‘On The Luna’ Promo

Director Michael Sherrington received an archive of footage shot over the last year with the band, from touring to the recording process. Michael took all of these disparate strands and formed with singer Yannis input an abstract collage for the bands latest promo for the track ‘On The Luna’.

Scottish Ballet ‘Make A Wish’ Commercial

Continuing our relationship with Scottish Ballet we produced this commercial for broadcast with director Eve McConnachie, celebrating 50 years of Scottish Ballet as well as highlighting their Make a wish campaign. currently being broadcast just now, please do make a wish from this fantastic company.

Twilight Sad ‘Im Not Here [Missing Face]’ Promo

Brendan Jay Smith from the band got in touch about creating a promo for the band’s latest single on Rock Action Records taking a mixture of old Hi8 and newly filmed footage Brendan in the role of director and Michael in the role of Editor, created an abstract yet visceral low-fi promo that captures the audience attention and doesn’t let go.

Since Yesterday: The Unsung Pioneers of Scottish Pop Event at The EIF

Filmmaker Blair Young and Musician Carla J.Easton who’s feature documentary ‘Since Yesterday: The Unsung Pioneers of Scottish Pop’ which is currently in production with us, held an incredible event at the Leith theatre as part of the Edinburgh International Festival. A truly inspiring event teasing the audience with some scenes from the upcoming film as well as bringing the titled unsung pioneers together on stage to perform backed by a ‘Since Yesterday’ supergroup, it was an incredible night celebrating the female creative pop talent throughout Scotland’s rich musical heritage.