Promo News - 14th June 2013

Filip Sterckx’s brilliant 3D projection-mapping video for Belgian band Willow’s Sweater – an action-adventure created with three projectors and a white-walled studio – has been scooping up awards, screenings at festivals (and BUG) and been described as “one of the coolest music videos ever” by New York Magazine. And now Filip is back together with Willow for the new single Remedy, and have come up with another gem of ingenuity that expands on the projection-mapping idea.

This time Filip visualises the intensity of an everyday romantic relationship through projections on singer Pieter-Jan Van Den Troost, and also on sculptures, leading to an intriguing set of images that act as transitions between scenes.


DirectorFilip Sterckx
Director of PhotographyPierre Schreuder
Art DirectionBart de Melker
Art DirectionFilip Sterckx
Lead actorPieter-Jan Van Den Troost
Lead actorBirgit Sterckx
EditorFilip Sterckx
ColouristXavier Dockx
Production CompanyCzar
RepresentationHSI London
Other creditsThanks to: Het Depot, Nozon, Antoon Verbeeck, Ann Dieltjens, B&B Inblauw, Lites, Cools multimedia, Cafe De Kroeg

Promo News - 14th June 2013

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