Catfish And The Bottlemen 'Soundcheck' by Malia James
Director Malia James has gone back to her rock roots with Catfish and the Bottlemen, for this rough-and-ready performance video for their single Soundcheck. It's a fittingly gritty, monochromatic video shot in a warehouse, with deep blacks and pronounced contrast - providing the perfect look and feel for high energy rock n' roll.
|Production Company||Rubbernecker Films|
|Production Manager||Maurizio Von Trapp|
|Executive Producer||Sean Stuart|
|1st AD||Jonathan Sidwell|
|Director of Photography||Tony C Miller|
|Focus Puller||Jeff Vine|
|2nd AC||Ben Worthington|
|Art Director||Oliver Hogan|
|Editing company||Assembly Rooms|
|Post Producer||Thomas Cole|
|Director's Representation||Las Bandas Be Brave|
|Edit Producer||Dan Braheny|
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