Commercial film production house, Anattic, has been granted exclusive access to go behind the intimate Glaswegian music scene as part of a collaboration with ticket agent giants, Ticketmaster and freelance producer, Emily Brinnand.
The ten-minute documentary premiered on Monday gives viewers an exclusive and honest look at the lives of three up and coming bands: The Ninth Wave, Lucia, and Walt Disco.
Set with a short shoot time, freelance Series Producer, Emily Brinnand, set the Manchester-based crew from Anattic the challenge of co-directing on the project to complete the shoot in only three days.
The series goes behind the scenes to explore how Glasgow has shaped the bands as artists, as well as delving deeper into wider issues within the music industry, such as dealing with mental health problems.
James Copson, Director of Anattic, said: “This documentary is a chance for the fans to be let into the lives of artists to find out where it all began and the inspiration behind their music-making. We revelled in making the film with Emily as we both have a shared love of unearthing stories, and it was great to be trusted and allowed into such open and personal conversations with these artists.”
Jonathan West, Marketing Director at TicketMaster Artist Services, said: “Anattic and Emily Brinnand completely understood our vision for this film, and we’re really happy with the resulting documentary. We wanted to highlight the special music community which has been established in Glasgow, and let fans really get under the skin of these much-hyped bands.”
Anattic is a Manchester-based commercial film production house creating brand films, commercials, long-form ads and promos.
There are already early discussions for an expansion on the series to feature wider scale artists.