Song by Fly Jackson
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Larry Primrose
Cast: Amy Longmuir, Sara Kelly
Director/Writer: Mia Gutierrez Maxwell
Executive Producer: Christopher Jackson
Producer: David Jack
Production Manager: Catalina Ganea
1st Assistant Director: Mollie Hodkinson
Director of Photography: Fraser Stephen
Here’s a fantastic music video for a new song by Scottish band Fly Jackson. It’s powerful, beautiful, and perfectly suits the great vocals.
I’m particularly happy to share this music video on the site as I had the pleasure of working with some of the crew on another short film recently. In April 2016 I acted in a short film, ‘Limbo‘, which was also written and directed by Mia Gutierrez Maxwell, with cinematography by Fraser Stephen and production by Mollie Hodkinson. It’s wonderful to see another of their creative projects come to life.
Fly Jackson‘s new album will be released on Friday 13th May.
I haven’t been able to get this song out of my head all week, so thought I’d post a video of it here (will see how long it’s up on YouTube…).
The video for Kiss was directed by Rebecca Blake, who worked on a few Prince tracks – including Cream and Diamonds and Pearls – and has a long career in advertising and music videos. Kiss won her the American Music Video Award.
Let’s be honest, though, it’s not about the video – it’s about the song. It’s fantastic, and his voice (especially at the end) is just incredible. Enjoy.
It’s been a while, but we’re back with a new interview and short film for the blog. Today we’re featuring the fantastic Gold, a short drama written and directed by Cleo Samoles-Little, which was funded through indigogo. Gold explores misplaced affection, as a lonely young girl spends her free time caring for her pet goldfish, until tragedy strikes. Watch the film here, and read an interview with Cleo Samoles-Little about this touching short film. (more…)
I’m delighted to bring you a new filmmaker interview, with Screenwriter Ronnie Mackintosh. I studied with Ronnie at the Screen Academy Scotland and it’s a real pleasure to be able to show you his short film ‘Small Gifts’ on the blog today. Warning: you might need hankies when viewing – I certainly did.