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Conrad Clifton 'Hunter Gather-Her' by Sam Shannon
This terrific video directed and edited by Sam Shannon harnesses dual and opposing masculine and feminine energies, through the performances of dancers Marcus Braggs and Angeliq Brock, for Brooklyn-based electronic artist Conrad Clifton.
The track Hunter Gather-Her begins with vocals sampled from South African healer, Credo Mutwa, which highlights the essential and traditional role of women as powerful decision makers and revered leaders in his culture. The dancers' movement on deserted nighttime streets of industrial New York, is intercut with an unknown forest, everything captured in an expressive range of colours - thanks to great work by DoP Arthur Woo.
|Director of Photography||Arthur Woo|
|Focus Puller||Jt White|
|Grading company||Nice Shoes|
|Dancer||Marcus Braggs, Angeliq Brock|
|Other credits||Key Grip: Eric Bujnowski PAs: Allison Brooks, Sampson Hollander|
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