Yashmak - headpiece worn by Muslim women, or in this case a criminal aid.

  • United Kingdom
  • 2001, 5 min
  • Director: James Brown
  • Director of photography: Greg Copeland
  • Editor: James Brown
  • Screenplay: James Brown, Richard Moss
  • Music: Asian Dub Foundation
  • Cast: Coco
  • Producer: Robert Herman

18.1. 21:00 Praha | Světozor - Grand Hall
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James Brown

James Brown

James Brown is an award-winning British film-maker now living in L.A.. Shooting commercials but also short films for BBC, Film 4. His experience shooting various projects across international territories infuses his work with an unrivalled confidence and consistency. As a commercials director, Brown has established lasting creative relationships with PlayStation, Nike, adidas and Microsoft, among others. Other standout commercial work from Brown includes a pair of endearingly romantic spots for Eurostar, a Vodafone spot with Eva Mendes, an eBay spot starring Andy Richter, a Guinness spot with Michael Fassbender, and a FIFA spot with Ronaldinho and Wayne Rooney. Brown has also directed spots for Rolling Rock, Coca-Cola, and MasterCard. Brown's film work includes the interactive short Dark Ride with Norman Reedus (Boondock Saints); a half hour comedy, One Wedding and a Funeral; and two LA International Short Film Fest-featured shorts, Stuck in Traffic in Durban and An African Dream. Brown's resume in the music video world includes videos for Faithless, Tori Amos, The Spice Girls, Finley Quaye and Apollo 440, among others. His commercial and music video work has been nominated and won awards worldwide and has been featured at film festivals. Brown's work has been recognized by the U.N., the Guggenheim Museum, the Webbys, Cannes (Sliver Lion), Clios, Andys, New York Festival, Epica, International Food & Beverage, Australasia, First Boards, Music Week CADS, and One Show awards. In 1997, Brown was voted Best New Director at the prestigious Creative & Design Awards in London.