Luke Tierney - 26th June 2014

White van drivers have taken a lot of stick over the years. Not so in this case of Eoin Glaister's video for Catfish and The Bottlemen's Fallout. 

A frustrated van driver turns hero, and prime performer, as an ordinary working day on suburban streets is increasingly transformed by the local population's need to dance.

It's a big idea on a tight budget executed well by Eoin, the director behind the somewhat controversial 'EDL' video for Let The Machines Do The Work last year.

PRO Credits


DirectorEoin Glaister
ProducerLee Cameron
1st ADPeter Bromfield
Director of PhotographyJoe Mannion
Focus PullerAdrian Peckitt
2nd ACLouis Mackay
Art DirectorOli Bell
WardrobeTobi Rose
Make-upMeg Nixon
EditorJoe Mannion
ColouristMarty McMullan
Lead actorVince Williams
Lead actorLindon Barr
Lead actorChristopher Tendai
Director's RepresentationOB Management
CommissionerNatalia Maus

Luke Tierney - 26th June 2014

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