Cadenza ft. Jorja Smith & Dre Island 'People' by Georgia Hudson
Georgia Hudson has directed this poignant new video for London based producer Cadenza. Featuring vocals from Jorja Smith and a killer verse from Dre Island, the video shows youth frozen in time, powerless against the external forces that run their world.
The video appears to favour a realistic, pessimistic position towards the maintenance of the status quo rather than a hopeful promise of change. Claustrophobic shots captures Jorja Smith walking through dark, narrow hallways - communicating a sense of emprisonment - leading to a hopeless, full-on blowout between the people and a fortress of police.
|Executive Producer||Katie Lambert|
|1st AD||Daniel Smith|
|Director of Photography||Adam Scarth|
|Art Director||Daniel Munro|
|Lead actor||Nil Tomkan|
|Other credits||Stedicam Op: Andrew Fletcher|
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