Daniel Wolfe returns to videos with Paolo Nutini promo

Daniel Wolfe has been off directing feature films lately, with his first feature Catch Me Daddy premiering at the Cannes Film Festival this year. But Wolfe originally cut his teeth in music videos for the likes of Plan B and he returns to the genre triumphantly this week, with a compelling short film for Paolo Nutini’s new track Iron Sky.

Daniel Wolfe has been off directing feature films lately, with his first feature Catch Me Daddy premiering at the Cannes Film Festival this year. But Wolfe originally cut his teeth in music videos for the likes of Plan B and he returns to the genre triumphantly this week, with a compelling short film for Paolo Nutini’s new track Iron Sky.

Running at almost nine minutes long, Wolfe’s film requires more dedication than your usual pop promo but in return for our time we are rewarded with a beautifully shot if bleak vision of the future, where people suffer agonies and addictions but are occasionally able to dance. Get watching people.

Credits:
Director: Daniel Wolfe
Production company: Somesuch&Co.

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