Ministry Of Sound Film IN PIECES by Grey London

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Media Film
Market United Kingdom
Agency Grey London
Director Josh Cole
Executive Creative Director Nils Leonard
Creative Director Jonathan Marlow
Producer Dicken Marshall
Editor Matt Newman
Released August 2011

Credits & Description

Category: Direction
Advertiser: THE MINISTRY OF SOUND
Product/Service: THE MINISTRY OF SOUND
Agency: GREY LONDON
Production Company: GREY, London, UNITED KINGDOM
Executive Creative Director: Nils Leonard
Creative Director: Jonathan Marlow
Agency Producer: N/A
Producer: Dicken Marshall
Director: Josh Cole
Editor: Matt Newman
Post Production: Kieve Durcharme/Grey Works London
Cameraman: 2nd Cameraman - Sunil Kupperi
Director Of Photography: Luke Jacobs
EditingCompany: Grey Works
Director Of Photography: Luke Jacobs
Editing Company: Grey Works

English Description
J Malik and Wickaman team up with award-winning photographer for the summer anthemic In Pieces, featuring vocalist Dee Freer for an extraordinary video - shot on the streets of Rwanda and Burundi. For the past 6 years the photographer has been shooting a personal project called 'Physical Graffiti' about street dancers from around the world. As an extension of this project, he decided to return to Rwanda to shoot a film about the dancers there and in neighbouring Burundi. Photographer first visited Rwanda to do a story for The Indepenent on his old friend Dicken Marshall, who went to Rwanda to start a 'fair trade' recording studio and record label, www.rafikirecords.com. Dicken then acted as producer on this film and introduced photographer to the best dancers in the region. The video was shot in the most deprived and poorest parts of the country's capitals, Kigali and Bujumbura. The idea of the film is to show the positive energy that is still prevalent in areas of deprivation, which is a central theme to the photographers work. The result is a powerful eye-opening documentary - and a powerful Ministry of Sound video.