Director/DoP Alexander Kohn captures Giirl in performance, live in concert in Cologne, shot on 16mm - with the addition of some Hi8-footage.
Giirl 'Maybetheproblemisyou' by Alexander Kohn
Alexander Kohn's video for up and coming German indie band GiiRL uses various formats, from 35mm digital (Arri Alexa), 16mm analog (Bolex) as well as collages from iPhones, GoPros and old, defect digicams, to inform his tale of his protagonist's drug trip.
Referencing the digital overdose in our modern world with the nostalgic needs of humans to connect to the past, the video tells a little story about a broken heart embedded in a setting that might have fallen out of an science-fiction movie.
|Producer||Alexander Kohn, Mascha Albl, Giirl|
|Director of Photography||Alexander Kohn|
|Focus Puller||Johannes Schmüling|
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