Layla’s just finished making nine micro-films for AB Agri, one of the world’s largest animal feed suppliers. The films feature giant pigs, cows on a beach, a chicken holding a balloon and more farm based fun.
Here’s our directors Lore&Jun’s completed video for Skunk Anansie’s track “This Is Not A Game”. Lore&Jun took the band’s initial idea and came up with this beauty. We had two shooting days, the first to record the band’s performances with a locked off camera and the band performing standing stock-still in a drafty studio. Then, on the next day, these performances were projected onto the band while they were doing their rock n roll stuff. This lead to some really beautiful and crazy imagery.
Here’s a lovely start to the week, it’s another of Pete Mellor’s films for Kaspersky
Layla made five of these “toy poems” for the latest series of Show Me Show Me back in the autumn. We can finally share them with you now they’ve been transmitted. This could be the winner of the coveted “most fun job ever” prize. Spending a couple of weeks making props surrounded by bits of cardboard, scissors and paint followed by two weeks on a stop motion shoot with the ever-glorious John Harmer, all the while listening to 1950s detective stories on the radio. The end result is quite nice as well. Here’s “Teddington” our favourite.