Orbital And MiniRig 'P.H.U.K. (Please Help UK)' by Tom Chancellor
Dance legends Orbital and their friends at Bristol-based portable speaker brand MiniRig bring us a proper old school illegal rave - in miniature.
This branded video directed by Tom Chancellor, featuring Orbital’s track ‘P.H.U.K’ (Please Help UK), is set in a model village where the initial idyllic picture-perfect version of Britain is given a dose of realism - and real history. Quite soon, mini-police are stop-and-searching mini-teenagers, on their way to a miniature illegal rave, where the star act are two-inch tall Orbital.
Chancellor has used a mix of documentary-style live action, candidly capturing the model village on an average day, mixed with some seamless CGI work from the team at Analog to create a very enjoyable piece. This exclusive collaboration between Orbital and MiniRig also features a working phone number to discover the locations of actual real life, full sized MiniRig parties.
Big up the small rave massive.
|Production Company||Chancellor Creative|
|Executive Producer||Tom Tucker (MiniRig)|
|Production Manager||Tristan Baker|
|Director of Photography||Mark Gostick|
|Art Director||Tom Chancellor|
|Editing company||Work Editorial|
|Post production company||Analog|
|Post Producer||Rose Nicholson|
Aesthetic is the name of the game in this Dior/Gener8ion collaboration directed by François Rousselet.
Ali Kurr's video for a collaborative piece from Irish musicians Soulé, Elaine Mai & Sorcha Richardson - produced as part of Three Ireland's #MadeByMusic project - features the blossoming of …
CANADA are back with this fantastic, fast-paced, witty video for Tiësto & Jauz, featuring the latest in VFX - Mocap technology.
It's a special moment at the wedding party when the bride and groom take the floor for their first dance as a married couple. And they don't come any more special than this.
It’s the final call for entries for the UK Music Video Awards 2020!
There is just over a day left until the entry deadline for the UK Music Video …
There are just over two days left until the entry deadline for the UK Music Video …
There’s just over three days left from today (August 4th) to enter work into the UK …
There are now just over four days left (from today, August 3rd) to enter work in most of …
The entry deadline for over 35 categories at the UK Music Video Awards 2020 has been now …