Sevdaliza 'Hear My Pain Heal' by Ian Pons Jewell

Sevdaliza 'Hear My Pain Heal' by Ian Pons Jewell
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Sevdaliza mourns the sudden death of her lover in the sensual, dreamlike drama for Hear My Pain Heal, a triumphant return to music videos by Ian Pons Jewell.

In this labour of love project, shot in Italy, Pons Jewell establishes a powerfully cinematic atmosphere before introducing a brilliant visual motif to symbolise the departure of the soul of the deceased, but above all the video belongs to the smouldering, body and soul-bearing presence of Sevdaliza herself. 

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Director
Ian Pons Jewell
Producer
Ilaria Celeghin
Production Company
Withstand In Association With Time Based Arts
Production Company
Hamlet
Executive Producer
Davide Ferazza (withstand), Jason Felstead
Executive Producer
Ruben Goots (hamlet)
Production Manager
Yuri Tartari Pucci
1st AD
Alessandro Stellari
Director of Photography
Mauro Chiarello
Focus Puller
Paolo Gobbi
2nd AC
Giovanni Fiormarino
Gaffer
Fabio Bonizzoni
Art Director
Michela Natella
Wardrobe
Francesca Cefis
Hair
Adriano Cattide
Make-up
Lucia Giacomin
Editor
Gaia Borretti
Colourist
Simone Grattarola
VFX
Sam Napper (producer), Stephen Grasso (lead), Sam Osborne (supervisor)
Cast
Sevdaliza, Imola Gaspar, Omer Bila
Label
Twisted Elegance
Director's Rep (UK)
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