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Ian Pons Jewell joins Wanda
Ian Pons Jewell, director of the massively successful video for Naughty Boy's La La La, has joined Wanda in London for music videos and commercials.
Ian has directed vibrant, comedic and surreal music videos for the likes of DJ Shadow, Crystal Fighters, Jargon ft Tinie Tempah and Kwes. Nominated for a best new director award and winning of a best budget video honour for his Jargon ft Tinie Tempah video for Disappoint You at the UK Music Video Awards in 2011, Ian moved to La Paz in Bolivia earlier this year, where he directed the video for Landshapes' In Limbo (pictured above), followed by the La La La clip for Naughty Boy ft Sam Smith. That immediately became a local sensation in Bolivia - and has since become a huge YouTube hit, with more than 30 million views so far.
Ian Pons Jewell has now completed a new video, for Cloud Control's Dojo, also shot in La Paz with local actors, crews and locations - to be featured on Promo News shortly. Ian's short films have also received international film festival acclaim, and he has directed also two theatre plays and is developing his first feature film.
Ian Pons Jewell showreel at Wanda London here
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