Cat Velez - 24th July 2015

Sasha Nathwani aka Sashinski has delivered this polished and enjoyable late 80s/early 90's throwback which sees a gang of urban youths sitting around a warehouse bored out their minds before hearing the call for a dance-off. 

The call comes when one of the gang gets up, lifting a boombox up over his head (just like John Cusack in Say Anything) and playing Joe Stone's track The Party. The music is their cue to get off their ass and get down, breaking out into their respective styles of dance.

PRO Credits


Production CompanyFAMILIA
ProducerPoppy Shafto
Production AssistantHannah Bilverstone
1st ADMark McPadden
2nd ADBen Keswick
RunnerLuke Davies
RunnerCasper Bucknall
RunnerThomas Elliott
Director of PhotographyPaul Mackay
Focus PullerAnthony Hugill
DITJesse Llande
GafferNathan Matthews
SparkOnkar Narang
SparkAngus Chinn
GripPete Nash
Art DirectorJakob Gierse
StylistTaff Williamson
Asst stylistAmy Laverack
Hair & Make-upLaura Allen
Hair & Make-up AssistantTor Grace
ChoreographerJonny Vieco
CastingMalcolm Kamulete
EditorStephen Dunne
Editing companyThe White House Post
ColouristNed Al-Astrabadi
Grading companyHappy Finish
Director's RepresentationMarisa Garner Associates

Cat Velez - 24th July 2015

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