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De Staat 'Kitty Kitty' by Wouter Stoter
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.
|Executive Producer||William Griffioen|
|1st AD||Melvin Kant|
|Director of Photography||Niels Boon|
|Focus Puller||Friso Pas|
|Gaffer||Erik Van Wouden|
|Editing company||The Compound|
|Colourist||Tim Van Paassen|
|Grading company||The Compound|
|Post production company||The Compound|
|Commissioner||Arjo Klingens / Lalala Management|
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