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Cat Velez - 8th July 2015

WVLFCVB’s new video to Kove’s track Hurts features British soul singer Diane Nadia Adu-Gyamfi – better known by her stage name Moko – and follows her on a journey through a cold but spectacularly beautiful Nordic landscape. 

Shot in Sweden last winter, Moko gives a heartfelt performance, as her journey takes on an spiritual as well as physical form - and suggestions of something otherworldly burst through in the final sequence. WVLFCVB then delivers a big FX-driven finale that's well worth waiting for.   


ProducerRory Mathieson
Production CompanyUNIT9 Films
Executive ProducerAndrew Davies
Production ManagerKieran Sadler
Director of PhotographyTom Elliott
Focus PullerThomas Mcmahon
WardrobeAngharad Merrey
HairJanakie Ohlund
Make-upJanakie Ohlund
EditorAlex Burt
Editing companyUNIT9 Films
ColouristHoumam Abdallah
Grading companyElectric Theatre Collective
Post production companyMunky
Post ProducerKate Warburton
VFXGary Brown
Lead actorMoko
Director's RepresentationAndrew Davies
CommissionerHelena Antoniades
LabelMTA Records
Creative ConsultantMichelle Craig
2nd ACMarit de Bruijne
Post production companyElectric Theatre Collective
Post ProducerClaire Toms
Other creditsDrone Operator: Simon Sjörén Production Coordinator: Adam Rudegran Production Coordinator: Susanne Karlsson Costume Assistant: Janakie Öhlund

Cat Velez - 8th July 2015

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