Beats by Dr. Dre today reveals the latest installment of its “Made Defiant” campaign, and they’ve pulled out all the stops.
Enlisting iconic director Guy Ritchie to provide his signature, high-octane and tongue-in-cheek style, the new film focuses on the defiant attitude footballers require to make it to the top, ahead of a huge year of World Cup action.
The film tells the individual stories of Andriy, a Russian kid with big dreams in the play-park where it all began for some of the best players of the planet. England’s Harry Kane, Germany’s Mesut Özil, Benjamin Mendy from France and Brazil’s own Neymar Jr all star in the new advert, where they showcase how they remained defiant to star for their respective countries while wearing the latest Beats by Dre Decade Collection headphones.
Sountracking the supercharged visuals is Anderson .Paak’s latest banger, “Bubblin,” which sets the pace as Eden Hazard, David de Gea, Fyodor Smolov, Gabriel Jesus, and Raúl Jiménez all feature as supporting cast alongside cameos from Beats family members Serena Williams, Thierry Henry, and Patrice Evra.
You may also recognise a certain voice from “Peaky Blinders,” with Paul Anderson narrating the new film, which you can watch in full above.
We are proud to announce that Populace has been officially selected for the Sci-Fi-London film festival. Stay tuned for more information.
Starring: Jamie Pigott
Directed By: Aaron Bevan-Bailey
Release Date: 2015
After a very nervous phone call to London Town, Frog Productions Ltd. is absolutely thrilled to announce that the Big Man himself, Nick Frost, (From masterpieces, such as “Shaun of the Dead” and “Hot Fuzz“.) has generously agreed to play a small role in our film! “How’s that for a slice of fried gold?”
The Herd: A brutal horror film with a compassionate message.
Inspired of a frustration at the mainstream refusal to accept the sentiency of other species, THE HERD takes that anger and throws it back at the masses. This a film which inflicts every torture suffered by dairy cows on to a group of captive humans.
THE HERD is written by Ed Pope and directed by Melanie Light, and features the considerable acting talents of Pollyanna McIntosh (The Woman, Filth), Victoria Broom (ABCs of Death 2, Stalled), Jon Campling (Sleeping Dogs, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows) and Charlotte Hunter (Dungeons and Dragons, Vitality). The score is by Laurent Bernard of the band Gallows.
Imprisoned within inhuman squalor with other women; Paula’s existence and human function is abused as a resource by her captors.
Escape, on any level, is hopeless as the women are condemned to a life of enforced servitude at the whims of their imprisoners for one reason only – their milk.
Enslaved, inseminated and abused – every facet of their life is violated. At first the premise seems exaggerated and absurd; but is, in fact, disgusting in its stark normality.
Deliberately avoiding the lack of finesse associated with “torture porn” and sexploitation, THE HERD eschews these in favour of a vicarious descent into the visceral nightmare of relinquishing the most innate rights of existence.
A dark and transgressive horror short film, THE HERD also asks questions as to how we approach the sentiency of other beings and the importance of the concept of individual freedoms in modern society.
Those who support the idea of taking an uncompromising vegan and animal rights message to a larger audience can find out more about the film and, should they wish, how to support it here: http://www.sponsume.com/project/herd
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This trailer is for my upcoming short, dystopian, sci-fi thriller. Based on a play written by the talented Daniel Horrigan, it follows a day in the life of John, a clone that works for the Tyrannical, Orwellian “Populace” corporation. His world is turned upside down when he is forced to chose between the woman he loves and the reason he was created.