Janelle Monáe 'Django Jane' by Andrew Donoho
Janelle Monáe delivers a formidable and empowering performance in Andrew Donoho's video for Django Jane, the first of two videos released to herald the arrival of Monáe's third album Dirty Computer - An “Emotion Picture” which has a narrative film accompanying the album.
Creative directed by Chuck Lightning, with additional Vagina Monologue footage directed by Lacey Duke, Athe video reminds us that anything is possible no matter what the obstacles.
|Executive Producer||Ian Blair|
|Production Manager||Andreas Attai|
|1st AD||Jimmy Ramirez|
|Director of Photography||Nicholas Wiesnet|
|Focus Puller||Jason Wittenberg|
|2nd AC||Mitchell Espinoza|
|Art Director||Nelson De Castro|
|Director's Rep (US)||Reprobates|
|Other credits||Camera - Dustin Heindel Production Designer: Tyler Jensen Grip - Alex Picasso BB Grip - Nick Deane Key Grip - Tyler Johnson Williams PA -Brandon Bledy, Eric Smolen, Ewa Glow, Addison Rolleri, Jacquelyn Andrade Production Coordinator - Cristina Trenas AD PA - Eric De Los Prados Set Dresser (day Crew) - Sofia Set Dresser - Michelle Hall, Ryan Bittan, Daniel Erb Steadicam - Niels Lindelien Lead Man - Michael Coursey DP - Niko Dunakin Wiesnet Driver/Dresser (day Crew) - Tim Miller Driver/Dresser - Jason Smith Dancer Wardrobe - Chloe And Chenelle 1st AC Makeup Assistant - Dion Xu Makeup Assistant - Jose Rivera DIT - Ben Crump Nails - Sreynin Peng On-set Editor - Deji Laray Hair Assistant - Keeva BB Electric - Karron Johnson Wondalanda Creative Director: Chuck Lightning: Additional Footage (Vagina Monologue shot): Lacey Duke|
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