Clipping 'Summertime' by Carlos Lopez Estrada
Described simply as 'a film about identity,' Estrada has superimposed cutouts of Clipping's lipsyncing face on unsuspecting pedestrians, beach-dwellers and fast food servers. Estrada interprets the track's theme about growing up in LA through this hilarious and captivating effect.
Fine ladies in bikinis, sunny beaches, dealing with cops, riding around sunny LA and ordering loads of fast food... We're in Clipping's world now, and what more entertaining way to illustrate West-Coast culture could there be?
|Director||Carlos Lopez Estrada|
|Production Company||Doomsday Entertainment|
|Director of Photography||Nicholas Weisnet|
|Sound design||Michael O'Connor|
|Camera Assistant||Jared Wennberg|
|2nd unit director||Zora Ellis|
|2nd Unit||Paul Santagada, Max Belin, Naheem Adio|
|Additional Photography||Todd Banhazl|
|Additional Photography||Carlos Lopez Estrada|
|Post Supervisor||Taylor Brusky|
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