Lead single from Candlelight Red's new album The Wreckage, on Imagen Records.
Filmed at the Kubrick Warehouses (yes, that Kubrick), near Pittsburgh, PA.
Director of Photography: Raúl Gonzo
Produced by Stefan Anderson for RSM Productions
Glen Duncan wrote a book and called it "The Last Werewolf". Stephen Coates/The Real Tuesday Weld wrote a soundtrack to that book. Then Stephen gave one of the songs to Alex de Campi to inspire a new film. And this is it.
This video pretty much represents the limits of what one person can do in her mom's garage with no money. A solitary month building sets; four days filming (in 103 degree heat) with the invaluable assistance of cinematographer Nolan Maloney, 1st AC John Hubbard and grips Dan Politz and Katy Cecchetti. Then another month in post. And now it appears, to be a momentary distraction on the internet before it is instantly buried in an avalanche of newer things.
Puppets created by Liesje Kraai; without her, we are nothing.
What spirit of flirtation lies inside Lush's fabulous new perfume "Tuca Tuca"? "Tuca Tuca", a violet and jasmine-based fragrance by Mark & Simon Constantine for Gorilla Perfumers at Lush.
gorillaperfume.com/ for special launch event invitations & more info
lush.com for other lovely things
Directed by: Alex de Campi alexdecampi.com
Produced by: Carlos Carneiro for London Sessions londonsessions.co.uk
Styled by: Charlotte Matheson
Choreography by: David Beer of Collisions Dance Company collisionsdancecompany.co.uk
Cinematography: Joe Dyer joedyer.net
Art Direction: Jenny Ray
Editing, Grading & Post FX: Alan Capriles alanedit.tv
Starring: Mira Manga
1st Assistant Director: Jerome Franc
2nd Assistant Director: Maud Young
Focus Puller: Gabi Norland
2nd Assistant Camera: Colin Coomber
Steadicam: Adam Coop
Gaffer: Paul Wilcox
Spark: Josh Rumball
Art Assistant: Sarah Powell
Makeup: Dean Woodvine, Scarlet Ellis & Vicki Suddaby
Head Wardrobe Assistant: Paul Shane
Wardrobe Assistants: Rachael Lloyd, Ewa Scibor-rylska, Lucia Garcia, James Hirst, Sasha Das Gupta & Charmaine Ager
Bruno Serravalle, Matthew Chambers, Gemma McFarlane-Edmond & Samantha Tan
Steve Brackstone, Alessandro Commisso, Giada Nazarri, Viktor Andersson, Yuyu Rau, Verity Hopkins, Ana Mrdjanov, Laura Waggott, Daniel Canavan, Soleil Webster, Gemma Caine, Mia Kate Marlow, Guendalina Mazzullo, Julius Ebreo, Cherese Binedell & David Beer
With special thanks to: Beyond Retro, Vivien of Holloway, Dolly Dare & UNIQLO
"Tuca Tuca" originally written & performed by the legendary Italian idol Raffaela Cara. This version has lead vocals from artist Mira Manga and her glam folk band the Fledgeling Nightjars. Guesting on the track is Eliza Carthy from the Imagined Village plus Richard Evans and Simon Emmerson who have been busy writing and producing all the amazing music for the new Lush spas: youtube.com/watch?v=BWvmetedB94
Check out the Imagined Village on their new label's web site: eccrecords.co.uk/
That's it. Thanks for watching!
Etsy and Etsy.com are trademarks of Etsy, Inc. This animation is not affiliated with nor endorsed by Etsy, Inc. Spec commercial directed and animated by Alex de Campi. Music composed by Romain Battaglia. Made with plasticine and found materials, eg trash. Huge thanks to the wonderful Madarts artist studios in Brooklyn, who gave me space to make this when I had nowhere else. madarts.org/
This was originally begun for Etsy's 'Handmade Moment' competition, but then a series of unfortunate personal events occurred and we totally missed the deadline. We decided to finish the project anyway, however, and hope you enjoy it.
Marcella & the Forget Me Nots' second single,"What Have You Done To Your Face", available now on the Volvox "Twisted Cabaret" compilation volvoxmusic.com Directed, filmed and animated by Alex de Campi, except: additional camerawork by David Duchin and awesome claymation by Anna Benner. With the invaluable assistance of Kat Green (Our Lady of Perpetual Flame), Polly Cupcake's extremely sexy lips, and the People Show. Song produced and mixed by Stephen Coates (antiquebeat.co.uk ) Sound recording by Francis Gardner and Gawain Hewitt.
Parents: don't buy your kid a Moxie or a Bratz doll because holy guacamole do they burn like the disgusting petroleum-based sludge they really are.