Cat Velez - 3rd Sept 2015

Asaf Korman has directed this wonderfully fun, schoolroom-set video for vocal artist Victoria Hanna, who explores a new way of singing the Hebrew alphabet.

Born in one of Jerusalem’s religious neighborhoods to a Sephardi rabbi, Victoria's artist statement explains that her process involves researching ancient sacred Hebrew texts and setting them to music that "explores their mystical nature in combination with contemporary modes of communication and symbols." Inspirational stuff.


DirectorAsaf Korman
ProducerAviv Ben Shlush
ProducerRoei Zioni
Production CompanyZoa Productions
Executive ProducerLee Kuperman
1st ADLee Kuperman
Director of PhotographyAlon Lutsky
Focus PullerMiky Wejnerman
GafferEric Raphael Mizrahi
Art DirectorGal Nae
HairDanit Harel
Make-upDanit Harel
EditorYuval Artzi
Editing companyGoggles Productions
ColouristOmri Peled
Grading companyJungle
Post production companyZoa Productions
Post ProducerOri Burg
VFXOri Burg
Lead actorVictoria Hanna

Cat Velez - 3rd Sept 2015

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