Kris Koster - Collected Works 2010-13

  1. Music clip produced for Warner Bros. Records & Katherine Jenkins. Song written as a eulogy for fallen servicemen during World War I. Remembrance Day 11.11.11

    Commissioned by Warner Bros.
    Written & Directed for screen by Kris Koster
    Music: Katherine Jenkins & Warner Bros. Records.

    This is the official video for this song. It premiered on BBC2's 'Something for the Weekend' on Remembrance Day, 13th November 2011.

    # vimeo.com/31713345 Uploaded 722 Plays 0 Comments
  2. X-Rated (Molella & Jerma Original Radio Mix)
    Final Master.

    label: Time
    production house: Transcendent Films
    dir: Kris Koster
    ver: 3a

    Resolution: 1920x1080p (full HD)
    Size of source file: 695.1MB

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  3. Three weeks after the release of the original track, Time Records wish to re-sync the video clip to a new, alternate (acoustic) offering - And here it is.

    Judge for yourselves which version you prefer.

    The videos are almost identical, there are some small visual changes and a couple of new clips added.

    # vimeo.com/26808968 Uploaded 734 Plays 0 Comments
  4. Crying into your whiskey glass won't get you very far... Or will it?

    My attempt to tell the story as Simon Le Bon had envisioned whilst writing it in his garden.

    I've been a huge fan of Duran Duran from when I was a little boy, so I couldn't pass this one up. My father took a photograph of my brothers and I as we stood next to Simon Le Bon's yacht. It had moored up at a jetty in my home town - Crosshaven, Co. Cork. I wonder if he remembers?!

    For this piece, I wanted to use an iconic English actor from the same period Duran Duran were at their height in the 80s.
    Fortunately for me, veteran actor Michael Redfern, who played the dad in the long running Oxo family commercials, lived close by and he was excited to play the protagonist tormented by his troubled past.

    His tormentor, a ghost child played by Connor Keeley, is now a seasoned actor himself, having directed him before in a film I made last year.

    It's taken many weeks to pull this together and I've nothing but praise for the many people who made it possible.

    CREDITS:

    ** LEADING CHARACTERS **
    Guy: Michael Redfern
    Kid: Connor Keeley

    ** BAR SCENE **
    Bartender: Dave O'Brien
    Punters/Extras: Tony Slater, Steve Ash, Marie Dunne, Ann O'Keeffe, Lynn Burton, Graham Cahill and Denis O'Keeffe

    ** "STREET OF SHAME" SCENE **
    Doctor: Tony Westin
    Girl/Madonna: Siân Peters
    Prostitutes: Ann Brown, Robin Zorn, Julie Ashurst

    ** BALLROOM SCENE **
    Military Children: Abbymay Daly, Stevie Leask, Katie Stewart, Tyler Brumitt, Charlie Godden, Jennifer Barbour, Love Wesenauer, Aimee Pembroke

    High Society Elite: Chris Curran, Ralf Tenbrink, Sam Johnstone, Jack Brown, Gerry Chenhall, Adam Kay, Albert Stokes, Stewart Stark, Cristian López, Alejandro Brodie Scott, Michael Moran, Marion Parmenter, Jasmin Daniel, Brogan Matthews, Faith Morgan, Karen Harris, Carrie Rudge, Karina Tanya Goldie Bowen, Julie Kay, Vicky Kay, Yolande Stokes, Aoife Leddy, Helen Stark, Nicola Brodie Scott, Paris Brumitt, Martina Grundso, Robin Zorn, Kimberly Wesenauer

    ** COLLISION SCENE **
    Schoolfriends: Jacob Brown, Chloe Mitcham
    Extras: Lee Keeley, Mark Williams, Simon Stewart

    ** PRODUCTION TEAM **
    Written & Directed by: Kris Koster
    Camera Assistant: Arturo Vilar
    Producer: Kris Koster
    Production Assistants: Ann Brown, Suzanne Cambridge
    Makeup & Hair: Sonia Conway, Charlotte Smith, Louise Ashley
    Choreography: Suzanne Cambridge, Jessica Clements
    Costumes: Sharon Brumitt
    Additional Music: Composer Henry Purcell, 'The Masque in Dioclesian: IV. Behold, O mighty'st of gods'
    Editing, Sound Design and Special FX: Kris Koster

    WITH THANKS TO
    Lidia Rodriguez Pérez, Keith Nicol, Graham Knight, Victoria Stringer, Carin Westin, Caretaker 'Willy' at the Semana Santa Museum, Torrevieja Policia Local, Torrevieja Técnico de Turismo, Torrevieja Town Hall, The Dance Academy & Stage School. Thanks also to newspapers: "The Euro Weekly," "Round Town News" and "The Coast Rider" for all the publicity.

    # vimeo.com/20335076 Uploaded 8,444 Plays 12 Comments
  5. A young father in a dead-end job imagines a better life as a successful novelist. But as he struggles to summon the inspiration to write, he discovers something significant beyond the close bond he shares with his young son. Together they embark on a journey toward to a brighter future that will ultimately change their lives forever.

    Father - Thomas Kadman
    Son - Beau Koster

    Score by Marcozannone
    Written & Directed by Kris Koster

    # vimeo.com/76799755 Uploaded 49 Plays 0 Comments

Kris Koster - Collected Works 2010-13

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