1. Directed by Ross S. Anderson.

    Generator, Northern Film & Media and Ross Anderson (Dustfarm Films) teamed up with Young Turks and XL Recordings for 'Transmission' to present the stunning new music video for SBTKT's 'Trials of the Past'.


    Caitlin Lumley - Girl/Robot
    Diamond Dave Easton -- Barber
    Tony Goodall - Older Man

    Ross Anderson - Directed, Produced, Cinematography, Edited, VFX and Compositing
    Jesse Davey - Additional Cinematography
    Graham Taylor - Prosthetic/Make-up FX
    Hannah Day - Prosthetic/Make-up FX
    James Hodgeson - Prosthetic/Make-up FX
    Hannah Harrison - Prosthetic/Make-up FX
    Rosie Davey - 3D Skull Transition
    Dave Bishop - Runner/Driver

    Shot using the Canon 550d (T2i), Magic Lantern and John Hope's Cinema Picture Profile in July 2012.

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  2. Death has a tough job - killing people can be pretty depressing. That is until he falls in love with a girl and his world is suddenly exciting again; however, the universe may have different plans for the strange couple…

    Director Ross S. Anderson continues his unique style established on videos for SBTRKT, Zomboy and Flinch & Infuze, whilst drawing inspiration from great cinema masters such as Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Tim Burton and Peter Jackson - taking an audience on a bizarre journey of love, loss and death for Them Things’ awesome new single.

    Directed by Ross S. Anderson.
    Produced by Ross S. Anderson and Caitlin A. Anderson.

    Them Things (Louis James Adams, Ilya Tarnopolskiy, Tom Ungerer, Jack Angus Golightly)
    Death - Louis James Adams, Callum Wernyj, Jonathan Neasham
    Girl - Caitlin A. Anderson
    Sleeping Man - David M. Anderson
    Girls on Street - Becca Hunton, Emma Garthwaite

    Cinematography, Editing, VFX, Colour - Ross S. Anderson
    SFX and Prosthetics - Graham Taylor, Amy Williams
    Make-up - Becca Hunton
    On Set and Car Driver - Jonathan Neasham

    Special thanks to Michael Sanderson, Cass Walkland, Steph and Tom Mason, Steven Lumley, Dave Manson, Jimi Odell, Thirsk Garden Centre.

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  3. For Trolley Snatcha’s latest remix for the Flinch and Infuze track Belly Of The Beast – Ross S. Anderson invites the audience into a dark patchwork world. We follow a small girl as she attempts to do battle with a Beast that plagues her junkyard in this fairytale land...

    Inspired by the likes of Tim Burton, Guillermo del Toro and collage photographer Jim Kazanjian.

    Director: Ross S. Anderson
    Producer: Caitlin Lumley
    Director Of Photography: Ross S. Anderson
    Costume: James Hodgson, Ross S. Anderson
    Hair: Caitlin Lumley
    Make-Up: Graham Taylor
    Props: James Hodgson
    Editing: Ross S. Anderson
    Post Production: Ross S. Anderson
    Colour: Ross S. Anderson
    Belly design: Graham Taylor
    Set Design and Build: Steven Lumley, Michael Sanderson, Leasia Lumley
    On set help: Michael Sanderson, James Hodgson

    Starring: Frankie Keane
    Stunts: Caitlin Lumley

    Filmed at Skipton Grange Studios, John Smiths Dalton, Thirsk Leisure Centre on the Blackmagic Cinema Camera

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  4. Director, Producer, DP, Editor, VFX - Ross S. Anderson
    Producer - Caitlin A. Anderson
    Production Crew - Jonathan Neasham, Caitlin A. Anderson, Graham Taylor, Amy Williams
    Aerial filming - Andrew T. Newton
    Props - Graham Taylor

    Burch Wang
    Francesca Kee
    Tabitha Kee
    Rosemary Barton
    Caitlin A. Anderson

    Special thanks - Katja Roberts, Michael Sanderson, Jesse Davey

    Produced at Dustfarm

    # vimeo.com/149276377 Uploaded 193 Plays 4 Comments
  5. Directed by Ross S. Anderson

    Starring Caitlin Lumley and Craig Low

    Produced by Ross S. Anderson and Caitlin Lumley
    Cinematography, VFX, Editing and Grading by Ross S. Anderson
    FX, Prosthetics and Make-Up by GTFX
    Set Design and Build by Stephen Lumley and Michael Sanderson
    Sound System by Jonathan Neasham, Jacob Tillyer Smith and Vibration Hi-Fi
    Pyrotechnics by Jonathan Neasham and Jacob Tillyer Smith
    Props by Jonathan Neasham, Michael Sanderson and Chloe Smith
    Running by Dave Bishop
    Location by Michael Sanderson and Skipton Grange Studios

    Shot on Sony FS-700, Various vintage lenses and Canon 550d (T2i)

    # vimeo.com/75458141 Uploaded 1,779 Plays 2 Comments



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