David Knight - 29th Feb 2012

Stine Hole Mankovsky's video for Norwegian artist Sissy Wish's She's A Star has a simple yet ingenious visual idea. It's comprised of two films layered over each other, where all the movements of the man in one film and the woman in the other film are synchronised to work together.

"I felt the ideas fit well together with the theme of the song, which is about losing someone close, but still having the person around in your thoughts and memories," Stine explains. And she has a lot of fun in achieving the idea. Definitely one of those 'why did no-one do this before' kind of videos...


DirectorStine Hole Mankovsky
Director of PhotographyStein Stie
ProducerStine Hole Mankovsky
ColouristDenny Cooper @ Rushes
Post ProducerAlison Wendt @ Rushes
RunnerAndreas Hole
CastJanne Heltberg Haarseth, Eivind Seljeseth
CommissionerSiri Wålberg
Special ThanksFond for Lyd & Bilde, NOPA, Dagslys, TV

David Knight - 29th Feb 2012

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