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Arctic Monkeys at the Apollo

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Dean Rogers

Synopsis

Arctic Monkeys at The Apollo is a cinematic feast with impressive, intuitive, confidently held master shots - a film that invites the audience to immerse themselves in the style and force of the UK's most striking band as they deliver one of their most intense performances to date. It is an exceptionally high standard piece directed by Richard Ayoade (regular Warp Films music video director and actor from Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace, The Mighty Boosh and The I.T. Crowd), captured exquisitely on film by name directors of photography led by Danny Cohen (This is England, Pierrepoint), edited by BAFTA winning editor Nick Fenton (The Boy Who's Skin Fell Off, Sigur Ros documentary ‘Heima’), and produced by BAFTA winning Diarmid Scrimshaw from acclaimed Warp Films (the production company behind Dead Man’s Shoes and This Is England).
 

Details

Year
2009
Type of film
Features
Running Time
76 mins
Format
Shot on S16mm. Mastered to HDCamSR 5.1 Sound
Director
Richard Ayoade
Producer
Mark Herbert
Co-Producer
Mark Herbert
Editor
Nick Fenton
Director of Photography
Danny Cohen
Production Designer
Simon Rogers
Sound
Greg Marshall
Music
Arctic Monkeys

Production Company

Warp Films Ltd
The Workstation
Paternoster Row
Sheffield S1 2BX
UK

T +44 (0)114 221 0377

production@warpfilms.com
diarmid@warpfilms.com
http://www.warpfilms.com
http://www.arcticmonkeysattheapollo.com

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Company

Warp Films Ltd
The Workstation
Paternoster Row
Sheffield S1 2BX
UK

T +44 (0)114 221 0377

diarmid@warpfilms.com
http://www.warpfilms.com