The Filthy Dukes’ Messages by Nicolas Randall
Nicolas Randall's first solo outing at new home Love is the compelling new Filthy Dukes video.
The idea of contagion may be a sensitive one at the moment, but who can resist the headlight- hand and jerky-robot body movement disease that's coming out of the telly down at the hostel
Nicolas - formerly part of the Family directing collective - and his excellent team have created a very well-crafted, properly atmospheric, and slightly creepy video for the Dukes' dance anthem. Bloody good going.
|Production Company||Hello Love|
|Executive Producer||Paul McKee|
|Director of Photography||Will Bex|
|Art Director||Jenny Selden|
Not officially a Daft Punk video, the French duo's Lose Yourself To Dance soundtracks this cool promo by Nicolas Randall and Joe Stevens - celebrating a Californian-born phenomenon.
Here's Nicolas Randall's new short film-cum-video for A-Trak's We All Fall Down, set in a lively Western bar, with a cast of colourful characters.
After establishing the cinematic '70s Hollywood world in the brilliant One In A Million, Nicolas Randall is back with a development of the story in a new video for Midnight to Monaco.
Nicolas Randall & Marc-Edouard Leon deliver a night-crawling, sleazy and heartbreakingly bleak video for Midnight to Monaco.
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