Music Video for Elder Island's You + I. A playful satire of home shopping, set in the surreal reality of a vaporwave living room and retro-futuristic TV studio.
CAST: Katy Sargent, Frode Gjerlow + Jesse Meadows
Director: Nic Kane | Producer: Natalie Stranescu | Director of Photography: Jonathan Haldon | First Camera Assistant: Leon Frind | Second Camera Assistant: Will Pace | First AD: Natalie Stranescu | Set Designers: Katy Sargent + Laura Griffin | Set Build: Katy Sargent, Ed Butler, Laura Griffin + Rosie Carmichael | Props Design + Manufacture: Dave Havard + Katy Sargent | Production Assistant: Hattie Ellis | DMX controller: Dave Havard | Choreographer: Lottie Ball | Costume / Stylist: Izzy Moriarty Thompson | Make Up Artist: Kathryn McCanny | Hair Stylist: Stephanie Radford | BTS photographers: Hattie Ellis + Will Pace | Catering: Jane Kennard | Location: The Jam Jar
Editing: Nic Kane | Graphic Design: Dave Havard | Compositing: Dan Zucco | Colourist: Cam Sander
Special Thanks to: Gary @ VMI Bristol, Colston Hall, Peachy Queen Co, Laura Griffin + Ed Butler, Luke Thornton, Candice Bryant, Joel Williams
Director: Nic Kane | Animation: Rosie Carmichael | Sets + props: Katy Sargent | Experiments presented by Phil West | Extra hand work: Luke Thornton | Game engineers: Nat Poate + S Farrell | Gem collectors: Larkin + Fitzgerald | Editor: Nic Kane
Special thanks to: Falcon Productions, Tom + Kate with K L Berkley, L Douglas, C Johnson, D A Riddett
Music Video for To Grab a Liar by Geraint John Jones.
Director: Nic Kane | Costume + Props: Grace Nicholas | Performance: Flo Fitzgerald + Geraint John Jones | Editor: Nic Kane
Shot on Super 8mm to mirror the electronic trio’s proclivity for analogue, Bonfires offers a fleeting window into the band’s personal space, capturing intimate studio moments with a glitchy, nostalgic grain.
On set stills photography and shoot production for Club Kuru’s Ribbons. Directed by Will Dohrn.
Director - Will Dorn | Producer - Nicola Kane | Photography & Super 8mm DOP- Nicola Kane | Director of Photography - Gwyilm Evans | 1st AC & 2nd DOP - Sam Mulvey | Casting Director (Cafe) - Charlotte James | Casting Director (Pool & Pavillion) - Carmen Young | Hair & Make Up (Pool) - Rebecca Rose Robinson | Stylist (Pool) - Sofia Lai| | Stylist (Apollo Pavillion) - Kat Hawker | Cast: Lead - Tatiana Hiess | Dancer 1 - Lottie Ball | Dancer 2 - Izzy Moriarty-Thompston | Dancer 3 - Lucinda Orrell | Narrator - Bunny Bread | Young male - Steven Stone | Post Production: Department Films | Colourist - Jon Howard
Directed by Noah Sacré & Nic Kane | Camera Operator: Alice Humphreys | Emily-Jane McNeill as The Director | David Kim as The Boom Operator | Bebe Newson - Make-up Artist | Sam Webster - Runner; Handsome Man | Brad Parsons as “Brad" | Coloured by Jeb Hardwick | Thanks to Sophia for helping with the casting
On set stills photography for The Dam, a short film Directed by Frode Gjerløw for Channel 4 Random Acts.
Written and directed by Frode Gjerløw | produced by Litte Dot Studios, Channel 4, Tough and Rumble Productions | starring Kamia "Princess K" Hunte, Demarre King Janet Prince and Noesis Dance Company | DOP Colin Coomber | Music by Wilfred Josh Nash Peterbridge | Sound by Angus Kemp and Daisy Smith | with support from Battersea Arts Centre, Make Kit (makekitfood.com), Shift 4 (s hift-4.com)