Hull 2017 UK City of Culture

Celebrating culture on the BBC

'A Place They Called Forgotten Town' music video by Humber Film, directed by Paul Leeson Taylor

A reworking by Hull-born Henry Priestman featuring Martin Clappison & Emma Fee.

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Produced by Hull-based Humber Film the music video will featured more than 20 Hull community groups.

Lead vocals, recorded at Fruit Trade Music, are Martin Clappison and Emma Fee of The Mighty and the Moon. Emma is also part of The Happy Endings.  

Humber Film strategic manager Malcolm Joslin said: “The video will be a vivid and memorable portrayal of Hull as a community of optimism and renewal, marking its shift from a ‘Forgotten Town’ to a city that is becoming a top attraction in the UK.

“Hull becoming the UK City of Culture is a once in a lifetime opportunity for the people of the city to stand up and show the full range of their abilities to the world, including the artists and community groups involved in this amazing project for the Creative Communities Programme.”

Directed and  by Mindmap Productions Paul Leeson Taylor 

Produced by Mindmap Productions Peter Hadfield

Directors Assistant Mindmap Productions Avalon Ramos

Production Assistant Sarah Hicks

Cameras Operators  Phil Codd-Alex Davies-Darren Edwards-Less Stubbs-Alex Krasteff- Neal Coulman

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