Daniel Landin

Cinematographer, Film cinematographer

1962 –


Who is Daniel Landin?

Daniel Landin, born 1962 in London, is a British cinematographer. He has filmed various music videos, including ones for Coldplay, Kylie Minogue, Oasis, Franz Ferdinand and the Zutons. He has also worked on many television commercials, including the 2006 Sony Bravia commercial . Together with Richard Heslop, the former multi-projection operator for 23 Skidoo, he filmed The Child and the Saw (1983) and directed the film Procar in collaboration with Heslop and Herbert Verhey for live performances in Amsterdam with the Car Ensemble of the Netherlands in 1986. The film Procar later appeared in the programme of the Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin 1987 with a remastered audio recording of the Car Ensemble as soundtrack. Daniel directed the video for Laibach's Drzava, and a filmed performance of Laibach and Michael Clark in London, No Fire Escape In Hell. In 1987 he directed Laibachs Geburt Einer Nation ("Birth of a Nation"), filmed on various locations in Slovenia and in a "Third Reich"-style, a typical pop video but with an exaggeration of certain Riefenstahl-like elements. He also directed their video Life is Life, a cover of the early 1980s disco hit by Opus. For this video they

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  • Landin
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  • United Kingdom

on July 23, 2013


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