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Noise Cans 'No War' by Cameron Busby
Cameron Busby depicts some New York dancers looking to spread some joy in a dark world in this clip for Noise Cans.
A dance studio, a public square and a cafe all host dancers trying to push back against the constant stream of distorted misery emanating from the TVs littered throughout the New York landscape. Intercut with a stairwell performance from Jesse Royal featuring flags of nations around the world and you end up with a fluid, stylish message of peace.
|Director of Photography||David Merino|
|Focus Puller||Alex Deleon|
|2nd AC||Amanda Rirruto|
|Grading company||Beambox Studio|
|Label||Dim Mak Records|
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