BANG CLEMME FILM’s latest production is a BTS (Behind the Scenes) film for the danish photographer, Ken Hermann.
The film was made for Phase One who asked Ken if he could test their new XF Camera. Ken said yes and came up with the idea to shoot the Hollywood Street Characters. He was interested in the contrast between the man with the mask and the man behind the mask. We took care of the editing of the film.
Please enjoy the colorful world of the Hollywood Street Characters!
I was asked if I could do a small film about an annual bartending competition for Pernod-Richard / Absolut Elyx.
The contestants had to participate in a knowledge test, a sensory test and a creative mixing contest.
They needed a series of stills and a small film for their social media profiles. Martin Tang, from Pernod-Ricard, had a very cool motion control device called Syrp Genie. I had the change to play around with. A very cool device that can make smooth dolly-alike camera movements.
The way filmmakers and musicians can fusion in a symbiotic mix is just mind-expanding. Sometimes the videos are supporting the music. Other times it’s more an interpretation or a new take on the music. There are many ways to make music videos. It’s the most experimenting platform in the film industry. There are simply no rules and many great techniques of story telling have been invented trough music videos. I’ll take you on a little journey through some of the most inspiring music videos. Many of the videos are from the golden age of music videos (red. 90’s and 00’s). In this first editing of ’10 Inspiring music videos’ we will take a look at videos with some awesome creative special and visual effects.
Radiohead – Street Spirit (Dir.: Jonathan Glazer)
Jamiroquai – Virtual Insanity (Dir.: Jonathan Glazer)
Fatboy Slim – Praise You (Dir.: Spike Jonze)
Blur – The Universal (Dir.: Jonathan Glazer)
Massive Attack – Karmacoma (Dir.: Jonathan Glazer)
Soundgarden – Black Hole Sun (Dir.: Howard Greenhalgh)
Aerosmith – Pink (Dir.: Doug Nichol)
Chemical Brothers – Let Forever Be (Michel Gondry)
Aphex Twin – Rubber Johnny (Dir.: Chris Cunningham)
Eels – Novocaine for the Soul (Dir.: Mark Romanek)
I’m looking forward to post more inspiring stuff here on the blog 🙂
I’m proud to announce that BANG CLEMME FILM has moved to bigger office facilities.
I friend of mine tipped me about a new office collective called Kontoret på Gammeltorv. I found the values of the house very attractive: Social events, great meeting facilities, young entrepreneurs, so I didn’t hesitate to contact they guys and fortunate they had a free space.
Feel free to come by and grab a cup of coffee with me and the other lads there.
The very first sketch was released Friday the 6th of March. It starred Flemming Betjent (Joachim Jepsen) and the danish comedian from ‘Drengene fra Angora’, Esben Pretzmann. The sketch was released Friday the 6th of March.
In order to make some statistics about the total views, likes and shares I did some accumulations of the fb-stats.
The screenshots are from Sunday at 9:49 PM (Approx. 58 hours after the release.)
We are thankful that we reached our audience and that they replied positive.
Many of the comments on the videos were tags of friends. We had a big share amount meaning that many people could associate with the sketch.
The show is written by Joachim Jepsen and René Riis, Produced by Immergut