Rob Ulitski - 16th Aug 2019

Director Luc Janin has created a colourful masterpiece for former tennis player, legendary French icon and singer, Yannick Noah. Standing in a white room, Yannick and a group of dancers are all dressed in white, with a pot of bright paint by their feet. Yannick talks to a young girl, before kicking over her pink pot, spilling it over her feet and the floor. This kicks off a chain reaction of everyone getting their colours and spraying them around, dancing as they turn the sterile white room into a kaleidoscope of neon. 

Cutting to a second setup, a man dances around a dark black room in a similar fashion, this time with a fire extinguisher instead of paint. Covering the walls in patterns and words, his freeflowing movement paired with Yannick's performance is fun, exhilarating and matches the song perfectly. 

The dancers and lashings of paint within the promo was accentuated through a colour grade by Coffee & TV’s Katie Dymmock.


ColouristKatie Dymmock
DirectorLuc Reso Janin
Production CompanySuperette
Director of PhotographyAlexandre Leglise
EditorJack Singer @ Stich
ProducerArmelle Fradet
Post production companyCoffee
Post production companyTv
Post ProducerShannen Ward
VFXLuke Todd
LabelSme Records

Rob Ulitski - 16th Aug 2019

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