With a taste unlike any other, how would these four friends even begin to describe their gin to the world? Knowing that words alone could never do it justice, they challenged film directors to visually translate the taste of Brockmans gin through film, resulting in a series of three thrilling and provocative Brockmans art films.
The first film, Angelo Valentino’s ‘Out of the Dark’ is strangely reminiscent of ‘Alice through the Looking Glass’ as our protagonist happens upon a weird and wonderful world back in 2008.
Featuring an edgy London backdrop and a journey filled with intrigue; the second interpretation, 2013’s ‘A Night Like No Other‘, by Andy Hill, was delightfully risqué.
Released today, our third film creation bears the unmistakeable hallmark of director, Pablo Vega, as he breathes life into an emotive frieze about the power of seduction via the many sensory experiences offered by Brockmans. The manner in which Pablo produced his film, ‘Spirit of the Night’, is intimately tied to the atmosphere that Brockmans brings to its events, with the director filming part of the short live, capturing the emotions of performance artists and spectators alike.
We hope you enjoy it!