FICHA TÉCNICA – CLIPE SACI – BAIANA SYSTEM
Música: BaianaSystem & Tropkillaz – Saci (Remix)
Ficha Técnica | Agência | AKQA:
Diretores de Criação Executivos: Hugo Veiga, Diego Machado
Diretor de Criação de Grupo: Renato Zandoná
Diretor de Arte: Christiano Vellutini
Diretora de Projeto: Paula Santana
Gerente de Projeto: Yago Freitas Sant’Anna
RTVs: Maya Montenegro e Stella Gafo
Diretora de Estratégia e Inovação: Luiza Baffa
Estratégia: Lidiane Angelo
Ficha Técnica | Produtora de Áudio | Capitão Foca:
Produtora: Capitão Foca | www.capitaofoca.com
Gerente de Projeto: Zá Coelho
Edição de som/Foley/Mixagem: Felipe Parra e Pedro Vituri.
Ficha Técnica | CAVE:
Produtora: Cave | www.cave.tv.br
Direção: Rafael Kent
Produção Executiva: Rafael Kent, Rafael Marquez e Tânia Assumpção
Direção de Fotografia: Luiz Maximiano
Roteiro: Rafael Kent e Renan Chagas
Pesquisa Criativa: Daniel Tandy
Coord. Pós: Mario Ubirajara
Montadores: Rafael Kent e Renan Chagas
Color Grading: Cora Post (Lucas Bergamini) + Liquor (Alan Porciuncula)
Finalização: Warriors VFX
Coord. de Produção: Fernanda Tomé
Direção de Produção: Victor Ferrari
Ass. Prod. Executiva: Sarah Bauab
1o Ass. de Direção: Daniel Reigada e Luciana Waszak
2o Ass. de Direção: Manu Fenerich
Direção de Arte: Eduardo Kissajikian (Crocs)
Contra Regra: Ale Rasta
Produção de Locação: Carla Tavarez
Operadores de Câmera: Edvaldo Raw, Marco Grilo e Tiago Lage
1o Ass. de Câmera: Willian Alves
2o Ass. de Câmera: Edvaldo Raw
Logger: Daniel Tandy
Operador de Drone: Felipe Ramos (Bolha)
Ass. de Drone: Luzilene da Silva
Operador de Cammate: Francisco Neto
Operador de Grua: César Dalforno e Ygor Tortelli
Ass. de Grua: Daniel Leite e Eric de Melo
Chefe de Elétrica: Willians Charles (Bambam)
1o Ass. de Elétrica: Rafael Máximo
2o Ass. de Elétrica: Aristeu Silva
Aj. de Elétrica: Humberto Ricardo
Ass. de Produção: Luanda Farinha e Juliana Lima
Aj. de Produção: Hiago Skarff, Rodrigo Cambuci e Rodrigo Oliveira
Stylist: Fernanda Gunutzmam
Ass. de Styling: Gabriela de Paula, Naiara Albuquerque, Thales Góes e Vinícius Sousa
Make: Iris Bittencourt, Juliana Lima e Raquel Chaves
Técnico de Som: Vinicius Marchi
Som Direto: Bruno Félix
Transportes: Alv Locadora, Alves e Rose da Silva
Making Of (vídeo): Leonardo Zapalá
Making Of (foto): Cauê Tarnowski
Produção de Casting Agência Kids: Isabel Rubinsteinn
Produção de Casting: Bruna Palma
Ass. de Casting: Bia Loren e Juh Almeida
Coreógrafo: Rubens Oliveira
Elenco: Fabrício Marcão e Mariah Valentina
Bailarinos: Adejatay, Arlete Alves, Bruno Coelho, Bárbara Oliveira, Bianca Lordelo, Carlos Araújo, David Sena, Fernanda Perea, Iana Schramm, Jheniffer Batista, Juliana Jesus, Kauê Souza, Lucas Pardim, Lilian Martins, Marina França, Munique Costa, Mayara Vidal, Mayara Rosa, Mariana Martins, Mari Carvalho, Moara Sacchi, Pikeno, Pamela Cristina, Rafael Rodrigues, Robert Durval, Rafaela Alencar, Sofia Serafim, Samira Marana, Ton Moura, Thaís Araújo, Taci Bastos, Vitor Dias, Vitor Vieira, Vanessa Justino, Verônica Vieira, Well Santana e Yasmin Ribeiro
Figuração: Aianne Schramm, Alice Cortês, Amanda Paixão, Alexandre Hiroshi, Bia Maia, Camila Rodrigues, Daniela Barral, Eduardo Alves, Eduardo Cecilio, Elizeu Tozi, Erica Carolina, Érica Caru, Felipe Prado, Felipe Oliveira, Gabriel Simplicio, Gutemberg Lima, Gabriel Venas, Ilana Madeira, Iliana Raquel, Igor Vergueiro, Indira Gonçalves, Isabela Rodrigues, Jaqueline Gonçalves, José Hilton, Kauê Nunes, Kauê Aguirre, Lari Alves, Lorena Oliveira, Luan Paolillo, Lucas Gabriel, Laura Sampaio, Murilo Santos, Nai Kiese, Nataly Mascarenhas, Nouve, Paulo Gordiano, Roberta Franco, Sara Galm, Silas Pieper, Sista Kátia, Tamara Salazar, Victor Elias, Vinícius Portela e William Diniz
Agradecimento especial: Casa do Produtor e I9TV.
Daniel Dzidzonu -Va MiDzo- ( Official music video)
Va MiDzo Daniel Dzidzonu.
Auteur Compositeur: Daniel Dzidzonu
Realisateur: Elise Boennec.
Born into the sounds of gospel and West African percussion, and exposed at a young age to the magical sounds of a full brass band, Daniel Dzidzonu’s music is a smooth blend of traditional afrobeat, jazz, modern vocals and killer brass sounds...
"Breathe" featuring Object heavy from Raashan Ahmad's album "The Sun" available on all streaming platforms. Featuring dancers Orejona Ashton, Anne Pesata and Chelsee Stewart. Shot by Sean Parshad.
I wrote this song as a reminder...Sometimes I get so caught up in all the stressful moments. So many days fighting...from my own personal demons to all the systems of oppression and microaggressions and governmental policies. It's so hard and just sad...anyway, I realize I havent just fully taken a big breath in a while sometimes. This is a reminder, and a song iI wrote when I was feeling all of that. The crew Object Heavy is a musical force that brought this song to life (please check out their music!) Dance is one of my absolute favorite mediums of art and I am so thankful to the dancers in this video (Orejona Ashton, Anne Pesata and Chelsee Stewart) for telling this story and communicating this song and more through dance. Watching them as we filmed this video was just...wow! So filled with awe! Big shout out to my dude Sean Parshad who filmed this and Pilar at edition one gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico for letting us use her space. Hope you enjoy.
“Orinoco Suite” by Cimarrón from their new album ORINOCO.
Play and download ORINOCO here:
Youtube Music https://bit.ly/2w6Wj2a
Apple Music https://apple.co/2Hwvmdr
Official website: https://cimarroncolombia.com
Official music video of Cimarrón performing “Orinoco Suite”, new single from new album Orinoco.
VIDEO BY Perromocho Films.
"The group is leading a new wave of Colombian joropo music with their unique style, mixing Andalusian, indigenous and African roots with acoustic and electronic sounds". -GRAMMY (RECORDING ACADEMY).
“Orinoco is a materialization of time with a wide-ranging sound overflowing with a striking percussive harmony and stringed instruments such as the harp, which serve as the backbone of the album. An amalgam of their Andalusian, indigenous and African roots, the album swerves between the unique flexibility and vigor of Ana Veydó’s vocals, a commanding bass, the Peruvian cajón with strong flamenco nuances, the ocarina (vessel flute), the Brazilian surdo, and a fierce stomp from the plains”. -BILLBOARD.
“Orinoco is good both for listeners craving foundational folk music from the album's namesake valley and those who yearn for the fresh and contemporary. It also serves as a phenomenal sales pitch for seeing Cimarrón live as soon as possible. This is a group that deserves to have the energy feedback loop that only an enthusiastic live audience can provide”. -POP MATTERS.
CIMARRON ORINOCO WORLD TOUR 2019-2020:
11/07 Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. PLAZA ESPAÑA PUBLIC SQUARE.
12/07 Santiago De Los Caballeros, Dominican Republic. CENTRO LEÓN.
23/07 Washington D.C, USA. KENNEDY CENTER.
26-27/07 Lowell, USA. LOWELL FOLK FESTIVAL.
28/07 Newport, USA. NEWPORT FOLK FESTIVAL.
31/07 Holyoke, USA. GATEWAY CITY ARTS.
1-2/08 Burlington, USA. FESTIVAL OF FOOLS.
4/08 Baltimore, USA. PATTERSON PARK.
5/08 Philadelphia, USA. KIMMEL CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS.
7/08 Pittsburgh, USA.
8/08 Stamford, USA. VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK.
9/08 New York, USA. JOE'S PUB.
11/08 Schenectady, USA. MUSIC HAVEN CONCERT SERIES.
13/08 Harrisonburg, USA.
17/08 Nashua, USA.
18/08 Boston, USA.
23-25/08 Bangor, USA. AMERICAN FOLK FESTIVAL.
Tbc/09 Beijing, China. NATIONAL CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS.
Tbc/09 New Delhi, India.
Tbc/09 Algiers, Algeria.
Tbc/09 Beirut, Lebanon.
5/10 San Diego, USA.
9-14/10 Santa Barbara, USA. VIVA EL ARTE SANTA BARBARA.
20/01 Cardigan, Wales. MWLDAN THEATRE.
21-22/01 Liverpool, England. LIVERPOOL PHIL.
23/01 Manchester, England. STOLER HALL.
24/01 Caernarfon, Wales. GALERI.
25/01 Bristol, England. ST GEORGES.
26/01 Glasgow, Escocia. CELTIC CONNECTIONS FESTIVAL.
28/01 Brecon, Wales. THEATR BRYCHEINIOG.
29/01 Aberystwyth, Wales. ABERYSTWYTH ARTS CENTRE.
30/01 Southampton, England. SOUTHAMPTON TURNER SIMS.
31/01 Swansea, Wales. SWANSEA TALIESIN.
1/01 Gateshead, England. GATESHEAD SAGE.
3/02 Cardiff, Wales. ST DAVIDS.
4/02 Bury St Edmunds, England. APEX.
5/02 Nottingham, England. NOTTINGHAM LAKESIDE.
6/02 Londres, England. CECIL SHARP HOUSE.
7/02 Cantenbury, England. CANTERBURY GULBENKIAN.
10/04 Durham, USA. BLACK ATLANTIC FESTIVAL.
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Širom: Low Probability of a Hug / Brez velike verjetnosti objema
Taken from 'A Universe That Roasts Blossoms for a Horse'
Order CD/LP: http://bit.ly/sirom-universe
Video: Tea Grahek
Dancers: Adriana Vučković, Ryuzo Fukuhara
Camera: Tadej Čauševič, Tea Grahek, Samo Kutin
Mask and costumes: Jožica Zafred, Ana Kravanja
Slovenian ‘imaginary folk’ instrumental trio return with a kaleidoscopic third album. Handmade and global instrumentation meets fearless sound exploration.
‘I feel many musicians fear seeing a melody fall apart, but I find it enjoyable. It is only then that it can turn into something new’
‘We don’t want to play something that sounds like it already exists’
There’s a sequence in Memoryscapes, a lovely short film, in which Širom set about fashioning music from a pile of pots, pans, saucepan lids and empty cans of supermarket lager on the kitchen table. It’s the band in microcosm: cracked, insistent beats, rhythm chasing rhythm, a deadly serious playfulness, and the intimacy of close friendship undercut by the sense of emergency of a flashing torch. Širom are all about the head and the hand, and the dark that always pushes against the light.
We’re around another kitchen table now, and the three members of the band – Ana Kravanja, Samo Kutin and Iztok Koren, in any order you like for this is a collective endeavour – are gently fending off any question that attempts to reduce their music to type. It’s not the first time they’ve had to suffer a conversation like this since their highly acclaimed second record, I Can Be A Clay Snapper, became one of tak:til’s first releases two years ago. ‘Imaginary folk’ is Samo’s preferred description, but the word ‘preferred’ is doing some heavy lifting here. You get the sense that the band don’t much care for labels. ‘It’s also good not to know everything,’ he says. ‘We don’t want to play something that sounds like it already exists.’ (Although fans of psych, outernational field recordings, folk horror, Don Cherry’s Organic Music Society, Rileyesque minimalism or mutant country might find a home, however fleeting, in Širom’s world.)
The band are more than happy, however, to bust two myths that seem to have grown up in the last couple of years. First, this is not Slovenian traditional (or traditional Slovenian) music. It might be produced from and by each of the three landscapes in which the band were raised – the Karst, the hills of Tolmin, the eastern plains of Prekmurje – but unpicking what came from where is an impossible endeavour, as Iztok points out: ‘We know the impact of the landscapes that have influenced us could be measured, but practically it’s impossible because there are too many variables. Nevertheless, it is important that we ask ourselves this question, because it is like a compass – it gives you direction, but it doesn’t say what you will find at the end.’
That quest, which starts with every song, and feels renewed each time it’s played and listened to, leads us to the second misconception: that Širom are an improvisational band. For sure, improvisation is an indispensable part of the initial songwriting process; but it’s an expression of their collective manner of working rather than any musical statement per se. These are precisely crafted songs, each one months in the making, in preparation for the time when the mics are switched on and they can finally achieve what they need to without resorting to overdubs of any kind. Keen-eared listeners will hear a continuation of the last song on Clay Snapper in the first song of the new record: a nod, perhaps, to the fact that they began work on the new record immediately after the last.
But whatever has gone into the music, from the band’s home landscapes to their previous and in some cases still current musical projects (classical, hardcore, flatlands post-rock), Širom sound like no one else – and that’s the point: ‘When we make music, it’s like making a new world,’ says Samo. The world of the new record – A Universe that Roasts Blossoms for a Horse – is indeed subtly different to that of the last: the viola still teases and tugs at the percussion (or is it the other way round?) and the banjo still periodically tries to break free and set up on its own, but there’s a glimpse of electricity (that rarest of beasts in the Širom catalogue) in ‘A Pulse Expels Its Brothers and Sisters’, courtesy of Samo’s homemade tampura brač, more vocals, albeit as unsettling as ever, and a new sense of spaces being prised open. What remains is that strange and unmistakeable Širom groove, which exists to be broken down (as Ana suggests), and the dark joy that runs through all their work.
Taken from the album 'The Return', released 13 September 2019 on Ninja Tune: https://sampathegreat.lnk.to/theret...https://www.sampathegreat.com/
Produced by Kwes Darko
Co-produced by Silentjay
Thanks to Red Bull Music for helping to make this happen
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Director - Sanjay De Silva
Producer - Carl Pires & Miranda Anzarut
Cinematographer - Barun Chatterjee
Stylist - Ntombi Moyo
Line Producer - Jess White
Fixer - Simangaliso 'Smash' Dlamini
Hair Stylist - Nikiwe Dlova
1st AC - Tshegofatso Anthony Tlaka
2AC - Rethabile Ts'eiso Phakisi
Gaffer - Peter Modise
Best Boy - Thabiso Mantsoe
Grip - Vukani Muthaki
Runner - Dumi Jama
MUA - Khosi Ndebele
Driver - Khemani Khosa
Spinner 1 - Neo Morgan
Spinner 2 - Moloko Sehowa
Spinner 3 - Kondi Madzivhandila
Photographer - Khotoso Mahlangu (Bantu)
Dancer 1 - Stella Phumla Dlangala
Dancer 2 - Sisipho Mbombo
Dancer 3 - Nelly Moseki
Dancer 4 - Lehlohonolo Dube
Editor - Harry Deadman
Colorist - Fergus Rotherham
Sound Designer - Lloyd Rich
Graphics - Priit Siimon
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CIMAFUNK - PONTE PA' LO TUYO ft. Juana Bacallao, El Tosco, Roberto Carcassés [Videoclip Oficial]
Made in La Habana, Cuba // 4K / 24fps / 4.59'
*** CREDITOS ***
Asistente de Dirección:
Dirección de Fotografía:
Dirección de Producción:
Producción de Set:
Producción de Locaciones:
Julio César Llamos
Corrección de color:
Asistente de Cámara:
Piloto de Drone:
Pedro Vázquez Sr.
Alexis "Guajiro" Peña
Dirección de Arte:
Diseñadora de Vestuario:
Asistente de Vestuario:
Sandra R. Galán
Diseño de créditos:
Maquillaje y Peluquería:
Asisiente de Maquillaje y Peluquería:
Ayudante de Maquillaje y Peluquería:
José Luis Cortés "El Tosco"
Carlos Massola como "El Gordo"
Mario Gabriel Mesa
Juan Marcos Rodríguez
Grupo de Bailadores de Santa Amalia
Agradecimientos : Argelio Ahuar, Collin Laverty, Elsida, Ania
Producción : EGREM, CubaRon, Wajiros Films, Cuba Educational Travel