LYNDY STOUT REVIEW
Joy, joy, joy from beginning to end of this seemingly one-take shot of a family celebration of dancing and fun. Using VHS directed by the Caviar director Henry Scholfield he cast from real families and friends of friends to make it feel real – and it does even if it was shot in Ghent and […]
We love a good visual story and this music video by Sam Pilling of Pulse Films has got all the magic ingredients to make you want to watch to the last frame.
Formerly creatives working together at F/Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi and now Stink Sao Paulo directors, Jones + Tino pay homage to iconic photography to commemorate 100 years of the Leica camera.
Social Club directors Robert Nylund and Philippe Tempelman spend a couple of weeks rolling with the punches, kicks and good grace of sports on a road trip around Sweden It was quite a journey criss-crossing Sweden to make this film. Why was it important to actually go to these locations to film these particular athletes? […]
Kibwe Tavares, winner of all things wonderful at the YDA in Cannes this year – like the Jury Prize, the People’s Vote, and First Prize in web film – teamed up with his Factory Fifteen team and digital production company Nexus to create this video short: The Bug’s “Function / Void”.
The UKMVA nomination shortlist is out and Doomsday Entertainment’s Hiro Murai has clocked up places in the Best Rock / Indie Video with Queens of the Stone Age, Smooth Sailing and Best Urban Video with Childish Gambino, 3005 and Childish Gambino, Sweatpants.