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Hammer & Tongs is the pseudonym of British director and producer duo, 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. Due to the success of his debut feature Jennings raised £3.5 million to produce Son of Rambow.[1]

After making two 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.[2] In 2016, Jennings wrote and directed the computer-animated musical comedy film Sing.

Filmography

As Garth Jennings
  • The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (2005)
  • Son of Rambow (2007)
  • Sing (2016)[3]

Videography

  • "Ingenue" – Atoms for Peace (2013)
  • "Lotus Flower" – Radiohead (2011)
  • "Cousins" – Vampire Weekend (2009)
  • "A-Punk" – Vampire Weekend (2008)
  • "Jigsaw Falling into Place" & "Nude" – Radiohead (2007/2008) – Made with Adam Buxton
  • "And I Was a Boy From School" – Hot Chip (2006)
  • "Hell Yes" – Beck (2005)
  • "Lost Cause: Version 2" – Beck (2003)
  • "Little By Little" – The Wannadies (2003)
  • "Silent Sigh" – Badly Drawn Boy (2002)
  • "Imitation of Life" – R.E.M. (2001)
  • "Disillusion" – Badly Drawn Boy (2000)
  • "Spitting in the Wind" – Badly Drawn Boy (2000)
  • "Coffee & TV" – Blur (1999)
  • "Driftwood – Travis (1999)
  • "Pumping on Your Stereo – Supergrass (1999)
  • "Right Here, Right Now" – Fatboy Slim (1999)
  • "Cancer for the Cure" – Eels (1999)
  • "B Line" – Lamb (1999)
  • "Last Stop: This Town" – Eels (1998)
  • "Bentley's Gonna Sort You Out!* - Bentley Rhythm Ace (1997)
  • "Smile" – The Supernaturals (1997)
  • "Help The Aged" – Pulp (1997)
  • "A Life Less Ordinary" – Ash (1997)
  • "The Day Before Yesterday's Man" – The Supernaturals (1997)
  • "Weak" – Skunk Anansie (1996)
  • "Freedom" – Robbie Williams (1996)
  • "Dominion Road" (UK Version) – The Mutton Birds (1995)
  • "Mr. Kirk's Nightmare" – 4hero (1990)

References

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