Django Django 'Reflections' by Natalia Stuyk
In many ways Natalia Stuyk's video for Django Django's Reflections, from the new album Born Under Saturn, is a proper performance video - albeit with an important difference.
Animated by Eva Papamargeriti, it's a surreal version on the traditional performance music video, with the band transformed into other-worldly kinetic sculptures, courtesy of motion capture, performing in a 3D gallery setting - all Eighties sheen, but far from slick. It's a challenging aesthetic, but very cool too.
|Executive Producer||Posy Dixon + Jim Demuth|
|1st AD||Toby Walsh|
|Art Director||Milo Li Ren|
|Other credits||Motion Capture: Framestore London|
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