Kwaye 'Cool Kids' by Billy Boyd Cape
Kwaye is a new pop star who knows how to move and has a way with fashion, and his first video is by another burgeoning talent - up and coming director Billy Boyd Cape.
Boyd Cape has just signed to Academy Films and A+, has made a big pop statement with the video for Cool Kids, with the distinctively-styled Kwaye at the heart of his own cool kid dancers. And the choreography works with an environment which in film terms is associated with much darker visions.
Thamesmead Estate might be the setting for violence and horror, and a symbol of social disintegration in Clockwork Orange and Come To Daddy, but here it's influence is more positive. And when the light is right, you could even call it beautiful.
|Director||Billy Boyd Cape|
|Production Company||Little Island Productions|
|Commissioner||Titus Hajek Moore|
|Director of Photography||Molly Manning Walker|
|Editor||Billy Boyd Cape|
|Grading company||The Farm Group|
The second video for Kwaye by Billy Boyd Cape reinforces the sense that we're looking at a very exciting new talent - both an authentic new soul performer and great dancer.
The third video for Kwaye by Billy Boyd Cape strips things down to the man himself, doing his stuff in the less well-heeled, and out of the way spots in Los Angeles.
Billy Boyd Cape's fourth video for Kwaye is a soulful performance of Jasmine, stylishly captured in a single shot.
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