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Garth Jennings

 

Garth Jennings

This article is about director Garth Jennings and producer Nick Goldsmith. For the Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie album, see Hammer and Tongs.


Hammer & Tongs is the pseudonym of promo and film director Garth Jennings and producer Nick Goldsmith, as well as the name of their production company. Best known for their work on music videos for Blur ("Coffee & TV") and Supergrass ("Pumping on Your Stereo"), Hammer & Tongs have moved on to directing movies, their debut being the 2005 film version of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. After making two successful feature films and a large number of music videos and adverts, the duo announced in July 2012 that they would be taking an extended break from working together in order to pursue different ventures on their own.[1]

Filmography

Videography

(incomplete)

References

External links

  • Hammer & Tongs - "fine foods and film since 1994" (Official site)
  • Internet Movie Database
  • Internet Movie Database
  • Hammer and Tongs 2000 interview
  • Time Out Son of Rambow Preview
  • Culture CafĂ© (French) - Son of Rambow preview - 2007 production for Hammer & Tongs and director Garth Jennings
  • Boys in the mud (Guardian article)
  • EyeForFilm.co.uk - Interview with Garth Jennings about Son Of Rambow and plans for an animated feature film.
  • Garth Jenning's Guest DJ Set on KCRW KCRW Guest DJ Set
  • Videos by Garth Jennings


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