Carla Morrison 'Ansiedad (Acto 1)' by Colin Solal Cardo
Colin Solal Cardo directs a striking performance video for Carla Morrison.
Featuring explosive group choreography and an emotive performance, the promo is washed in a vibrant orange and teal colour palette, adding an element of drama and contrast to the aesthetic.
Art director Ruta Kiskyte uses unique set dressing and props to create a sandy and desolate environment for the performance, reflecting the ideas of sparcity and loss in the lyrics.
The idea of growth also present in the lyrics are matched by Carlos Font Clos' edit, ramping up in energy as the visual progresses.
|Director||Colin Solal Cardo|
|Director of Photography||Nico Poulsson|
|Art Director||Ruta Kiskyte|
|Editor||Carlos Font Clos|
|Grading company||Black Kite|
|Post Producer||Precious Mahaga|
|Other credits||Dancers: Migle Keblaityte, Mei Chen, Francisco Ladron De Guevara, Ludovico Murgia, Kris Dao Nicholls, Clara Giambino, Selma Kauppinen, Hubert Lagin|
Colin Solal Cardo gears up for a second collaboration with Mexican indie-pop singer Carla Morrison.
There's nothing hidden in Colin Solal Cardo's video for Yseult's Corps, and that's the point.
Colin Solal Cardo brings Phoenix to the extraordinary Teatro Bibiena in Mantova, Italy to shoot his latest live music video for La Blogothèque. And as with previous works for Metronomy and others, …
Colin Solal Cardo rises to the challenge of directing Robyn’s latest visual - a classic, electrifying performance in a sandy ruin.
The Shiny Awards have announced the last call for submissions to the New Signings Awards - a new …
Biscuit Filmworks have announced the addition of Nathan Miller to its UK roster, a …
Curly Films has announced the first moving image release of 21 year old director Jim Longden, …
Kode Media has announced that they have started the new year with new music video representation …
London-based production company Greatcoat Films has launched a new animation, digital and …
With a new lockdown taking effect throughout Britain, and with many more COVID patients in …