Music video director + international artist
What happens when a music video director embarking on his first feature length film meets an international artist and graduate of New York’s prestigious School of Visual Arts?
Catch Me Daddy is the debut film from music video director Daniel Wolfe and his brother Matthew. Responsible for turning Jake Gyllenhaal into a serial killer in the dark and twisted music video for French electro-pop band, The Shoes, the Wolfe brothers turn their attention to the Yorkshire moors for Daniel’s first feature length film, which follows a young Pakistani girl and her white boyfriend on the run from her family.
The Wolfe brothers approached Taiwan born, Brooklyn-based artist Mu Pan to create the artwork for the film posters, incorporating Pan’s trademark mix of dark political satire, historical events and some pretty terrifying creatures. The final posters were created together with London based graphic design company, Fraser Muggeridge Studio who also created the striking artwork on the films website catchmedaddy.com. The posters were distributed across London, Manchester and Birmingham by the team here at Jack.
Catch Me Daddy is released in UK cinemas on 27 February 2015. Watch the trailer here.