David Knight - 29th Oct 2018

From the band that brought us the incredible Witch Doctor comes another banger.

With a similar cocktail of riveting performance and pent-up aggression, Dutch director Wouter Stoter's video for Kitty Kitty operates in a similar space. Only this time the 'cast of thousands' are generated by making two versions of the band, with 'blue' frontman Torre Florim and company, pitting themselves against red-hued De Staat. And then they both mix and multiply....  

It's a visual treat that gives pulling new tricks out of the hat, and a really great achievement of VFX work by The Compound.


DirectorWouter Stoter
ProducerWilliam Griffioen
Production CompanyWearewill
Executive ProducerWilliam Griffioen
1st ADMelvin Kant
Director of PhotographyNiels Boon
Focus PullerFriso Pas
GafferErik Van Wouden
WardrobeHarris Elliot
Make-upKira Kroegman
EditorDaniel Falkenhagen
Editing companyThe Compound
ColouristTim Van Paassen
Grading companyThe Compound
Post production companyThe Compound
CommissionerArjo Klingens / Lalala Management

David Knight - 29th Oct 2018

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