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Intimate, candid and revealing, Look Back Don't Stare is a film that follows the famous reunion of Take That and Robbie Williams, capturing a rare insight into the band, and the roller-coaster year that saw them reform in a spectacular way.
In Late 2009, directors FRED&NICK began filming
one of the most eagerly anticipated reunions on British Music
History as Take That and Robbie Williams entered the recording
studio again for the first time in 16 years. With unrestricted
access to the band throughout the 12 months that followed Look
Back, Don't Stare is a raw, intimate portrait of a group of people
inextricably bound by their shared experience attempting to right
the wrongs of their past.
The film premiered at London's iMAX theatre last year
and a 65 minute version of the theatrical feature was screened on
ITV1 to an audience of 8 million.
Agyness Deyn talks about her first heartbreak as part of Dr Martens First and Forever campaign launched in cinemas and online for the fall 2011 season.
Mat Whitecross and Eran Creevy Co-Direct the epic new video for Take That ‘Kidz’.
Yorkshire Tea, Nokia and News of the World
For the last two years FRED&NICK have been working in close collaboration with three of the big winners from the Brit Awards 2011
The Nike Football Academy entered into its third season with their elite training program that gives aspiring footballers the opportunity to earn a contract with a professional Club.
A really beautiful & charming promo for Laura Marling’s All My Rage.
Centred around a simple yet intriguing performance from Ms Marling. As the song gathers pace a collection of children's toys struggle to come to life with the song.