Monday, 22 December 2014

Class of 2014: Top 10 Videos of the Year







Top 10 Videos of 2014
from Irish Artists
Voted by the Ceol Collective

In Alphabetical Order

Elder Roche - Kerry Black Mountain






Official music video for Kerry Black Mountain by Elder Roche.
Written and Directed by Robert Grant
Featuring Denis Lyons and Liliana Velasquez
DOP - Christof Wilhelm
Ad - Kati Thiemer





The Eskies - Jesus Don't Save Me





Recorded at Orphan Studios with Captain Gavin Glass.
Mastered by Richard Dowling at MasterLabs.

Directed & Edited by David Keeling
davidkeelingfilm.com
facebook.com/DavidKeelingFilm




Floor Staff - The Guest





Directed by Bob Gallagher, Produced by Aoife Kelly
Director of photography - Deirdre O' Toole
Production Design - Marie Denham
Make-up - Susan Kenny
Camera Assistant - Megan Woods
Lighting Assistant - Oisín Lowry
1st Assistant Director - Aoife Kelly
2nd Assistant Director - Aoibhin Ryan
Carpenter - Patrick Cunningham

Prosthetics supplied by Bowsie Workshop
Special Effects supervised by Aoife Noonan and Ben O'Connor

Edited by - Peter Madden
Colourist - Oisín O'Driscoll




Funzo - Just A Thought






Co-starring Emma Elisabeth
Directed, Shot and Edited by Jonathan Lambert
Video produced by Alan Newman
Make-up by Shauna Fowley




I Draw Slow - Valentine






With Aidan Gillen & I Draw Slow

Directed by Hugh O'Conor / DP - Cathal Watters / Focus Puller - Josh Bourke / Camera Assistant - Cathal O'hUallacháin / Edited by Áine Furlong / Graded by Ian de Brí




Participant - Shelter




Directed, shot and edited by Bob Gallagher


Ryan Sheridan - 2 Back To 1




Directed and Produced by Ryan Sheridan
Director of Photography: Stephen C. Walsh
Edited by: Bryan Larkin 
Actors: Patrick O'Brien, Florence Ordesh
Makeup: Marty J Byrne Gascon
Concept: Ryan Sheridan



Sinéad O'Connor - 8 Good Reasons 





Directed by Hugh O'Conor


Squarehead - 2025





Video by Domhnall and Brian Gleeson, Hugh O'Conor, Michael Moloney and Rowan Averill


Travis Oaks - Last Love Song






Video by Little Beast.
Directed by Luke Sweetman Pell




Here's to another great year for Irish Music in 2015!


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