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The Molotov Brothers is a graphic and live action production company, that produced Duran Duran's "I Don't Want Your Love" music video.

History[]

Writer and Director Kevin Molony formed The Molotov Brothers in 1986 with Steve Lowe. In 1981 Kevin Molony graduated from the Polytechnic of Central London with a First Class Honours Degree in Film & TV production. He went on to work for the London Educational (ILEA) documentary film unit. In 1986 he jointly set up the graphics and live action production company The Molotov Brothers, where he directed various pop promos for the likes of Chaka Khan, A-Ha and Swing Out Sister, as well as commercials and title sequences for such programmes as Top of the Pops and The Lenny Henry Show. From 1988 he has concentrated on commercials production and has won numerous awards in the UK , US and Europe. Major jobs include The UK National Lottery launch, Nike, BMW, Heineken, Andersen Consulting, Toyota, Lion Bar, Michelin, The US Broadwing launch, St.Paul's, and EB beer.

A selection of video music credits[]

  • "It's Over" - Level 42 (1987)
  • "Children Say" - Level 42 (1987)
  • "There's More To Love" - The Communards (1988)
  • "I Don't Want Your Love" - Duran Duran (1988)
  • "Tracie" - Level 42 (1989)
  • "Rock & Roll Girl" - Katrina & the Waves (1989)
  • "One Life" - Glen Goldsmith (1989)
  • "Together" - David Peaston (1989)
  • "Put Your Hands Together" - D Mob (1990)
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