Russ Chimes’ Midnight Club EP film: Part 2

Last week we posted the first of a three part film directed by Saman Keshavarz (through US production company Mighty8) to accompany and promote Russ Chimes’ debut release: Midnight Club EP. Now it’s time for part two…

Last week we posted the first of a three part film directed by Saman Keshavarz (through US production company Mighty8) to accompany and promote Russ Chimes‘ debut release: Midnight Club EP. Now it’s time for part two…

To recap, in Part 1 (see our original post here), a young couple is kidnapped by a bunch of violent balaclava-clad oiks and bundled into the back of a van – but, after a beating, the young chap is ejected from the kidnappers vehicle battered and bruised. In the second film, our young hero turns detective and starts to work out what the heck’s going on, and, presumably, how he’s going to get his girl back…

Russ Chimes – Midnight Club EP (Part 2: Tertre Rouge) from Russ Chimes on Vimeo.

Part 3 (the final installment) is due to be released online next week

Midnight Club EP by Russ Chimes is due for release in October on label Eye Industries

Credits:

Director: Saman Keshavarz
Writers: Saman Keshavarz, Nate Eggert
Executive producer: Lanette Phillips
Producers: Francis Pollara, Saman Keshavarz, Romson Niega
Associate producers: Nate Eggert, Tom Lee
Cinematographer: Justin Gurnari
Editor: Nate Tam
Production designer: Julie Chen
Stunts: Ken Arata
Graphics: Cosimo Galluzzi
Label: Eye Industries (eyeindustries.com/blog)
Production company: Mighty8 (mighty8.tv)

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