Flyte 'Cathy Come Home' by Femke Huurdeman
Dutch photographer and filmmaker Femke Huurdeman, recently signed to CANADA, introduces English band Flyte with a beautifully composed, delicately surreal video for their gorgeous and painfully sad Cathy Come Home, shot at the Olympic Velodrome and nearby Parc del Laberint d'Horta in Barcelona.
|Executive Producer||Oscar Romagosa|
|Production Manager||Martina Faro|
|1st AD||Ruben Bél|
|Director of Photography||Fran Rios|
|Focus Puller||Peter Kreil|
|2nd AC||Martí Herrera|
|Art Director||Alexandra Jordana|
|Post Producer||Marina Martínez|
|Lead actor||Paula A|
|Other credits||Production Coordinator: Lucía Andrés Runner: Greta Díaz, Sergi Richards Trainee: Nacho Vila-Belda Video Assist: Carlos Muñoz Sparks: Pau Ramírez, Unai Bonilla Art Assistant: Júlia Latorre Assistant Stylist: Natalia Castillo Casting: Lane Casting Graphic Design: Koln Studio|
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