Kwaye 'Paralysed' by Billy Boyd Cape
Billy Boyd Cape creates something otherworldly and touching for Kwaye's powerful new track Paralysed.
Working alongside Shay Barclay, who both choreographed and starred in this piece, the director sets out to capture five different states of being and a complex paternal relationship through dance, beautifully shot by Molly Manning Walker.
Billy Boyd Cape says: "We find Kwaye allowing himself to be brought down by his own emotional support system, traverse his heart and watch as he takes self control."
|Director||Billy Boyd Cape|
|Executive Producer||Leah Joyce|
|Production Manager||Katie Kennedy|
|Director of Photography||Molly Manning Walker|
|2nd AC||Connor Wells|
|Lead actor||Shay Barclay|
|Director's Representation||Leah Joyce @ Academy Films|
|Commissioner||Titus Hajek Moore|
|Label||Mind Of A Genius / Warner Bros Records|
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.
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