Joseph Pierce “The Pub”


In The Pub, Joseph Pierce uses his surreal magnifying glass to shine a light on the murky slipstream of a North London pub. Similar to his previously highlighted films, A Family Portrait and Stand Up, Pierce uses a combo of shot footage and animation to illuminate and accentuate the emotional states of the pub patrons.

Fun shots of the pub in progress are available on flickR and a great interview with Joseph Pierce is available at Directors Notes.


Credits

A 59 productions Film.

Written and Directed by Joseph Pierce
Produced by Mark Grimmer
Sound by Dominic Fitzgerald
Edited by Robbie Morrison
Cinematography by Vanessa Whyte
Music by Blair Mowat

Associate Producer Sophie Vickers for Fifty Nine Productions
Live Shoot Producer Aneil Karia for Fifty Nine Productions
Sound Recordist Helen McGovern
First AD Lily Smith
Gaffer Will Finch
Make Up Lotte Butcher / Cat Silliman
Runners Tom Silkstone and Joe Sage

Featuring
Aneta Piotrowska
Aneil Karia
Jonathan Jaynes
Nick Haverson
Danny Kirrane
Laura Williamson
Richard Popple
Donna Preston
Laura Prior
Karla Crome
David Benyon
Alex Beckett
Libby Lee
Rosa Lee

One Comment

kung_fuelvis (@kung_fuelvis)

Thanks for linking to my interview on Directors Notes Michelle – firing some nice traffic our way.

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