Cat Velez - 15th May 2016

'Ho boy, get ready to have your mind blown, again. In 2013 German team MeTube – that’s Daniel Moshel and August Schram – came up with their surprising take on Carmen’s Habanera, a lo-fi home video performance that turns into a techno track in a gay rubber-fetish club.

Now, they've upped the ante - twenty-fold, it must be said - for the choral blockbuster Carmina Burana. Taking the act outdoors onto a Munich tourist spot, the video is a mix of living statues, gimp constumes and continual visual surprises to handicam footage. Just excellent!

PRO Credits


DirectorDaniel Moshel
ProducerDaniel Moshel
ProducerAugust Schram
Associate ProducerTwo Seven Lab
Executive ProducerEugen Klim
Line ProducerRoland Pfannhauser
EditorChristin Gottscheber
Director of PhotographyArturo Delano Smith
Costume designerHeike Werner
Set designThomas Kurz
VFX SupervisorFlorian Hirschmann
Sound designPhilip Preuss
Casting directorEvelyn Ruzicka
Other creditsMusic: Carl Orff Orchestra: Bayerisches Staatsorchester conducted by Oksana Lyniv Chor der Bayerischen Staatsoper ORCHESTRAL SCORE ARRANGEMENT: Bernhard Drax Cast: August Schram, Elfriede Wunsch, Raul Bartosch

Cat Velez - 15th May 2016

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