Colin Solal Cardo brings Phoenix to the extraordinary Teatro Bibiena in Mantova, Italy to shoot his latest live music video for La Blogothèque. And as with previous works for Metronomy and others, …
Metronomy '16 Beat' by Colin Solal Cardo
Supercool French music strand La Blogothèque presents a live music video for Metronomy's 16 Beat – featuring mainman and Paris resident Joseph Mount and drummer Anna Prior, plus an troupe of four well turned out dancers - in the unlikely setting of Charles de Gaulle airport.
Directed by Colin Solal Cardo in one sustained take, this radiates a sense of cool glamour you rarely get these days in airport baggage halls. But then Solal Cardo and La Blogothèque have a thing about airports - they shot a deeply enigmatic video for Nicolas Godin's Bach Off last year at Orly.
|Director||Colin Solal Cardo|
|Director of Photography||Fabien Benzaquen|
|Grading company||Royal Post|
|Other credits||Choreography: I Could Never Be A Dancer|
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