Cat Velez - 23rd Nov 2015

Kavar Singh has directed this striking video for Oslo-based rap group Karpe Diem, offering surreal scenes of listless people with shiny, blacked out eyes, as cockroaches slowly begin to invade their space.

It's a skin-crawling treatment that's shot beautifully by Karl Erik Brøndbo, for a song that deals with immigration in Norway, exploring the unequal treatment of minorities. 


DirectorKavar Singh
ProducerKavar Singh
Production CompanyMotion Blur Commercials A
Executive ProducerTor Kristian Liseth
Production ManagerCamilla Vik
Director of PhotographyKarl Erik Brøndbo
EditorKavar Singh
EditorHenrik Pedersen
ColouristJulien Alary
VFXOve Alexander, Dahl
VFXLeif Henning, Broch Johnsen
Lead actorRoza Taslimi
Lead actorSajid Malik
Director's RepresentationJen Herrera/andy Roberts Las Bandas Be Brave

Cat Velez - 23rd Nov 2015

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