THE ARTIST - MAÏA VIDAL
Maïa uses violins, accordion, guitar, percussion, toy instruments and her distinctive, moving voice to compose and arrange her own unique music. Blending modern, confident songwriting with shades of old world melodies, she takes us on a journey that is at once sweet and painfully honest, yet never loses its sense of wonderment. maiavidal.com
Follow Me is an irreverent glimpse into a girl’s most bestial instincts, her almost mercenary, flippant attitude towards men, and the rejecting of taboos surrounding taking them to bed. The song is playful in its treatment of a very sensitive subject and what we propose is to flip this idea on its ear by creating a totally playful video that’s controlled in a mature and almost sober way. The lyrics talk of sex but the song is more erratic than erotic, the video will mirror this eraticism blithely avoiding the inherent eroticism of the text.
We'll create a singular universe, built of animal fables and other elements of Maïas imaginary, to tell our personal version of the tale of seduction.
Joana Colomar - Director
Joana has all her life been passionate about music, but it is in the direction of music videos that she has found a way to combine her formation as a film-maker, with her love of music. She has a polyvalent background, and employs her many skills of the audiovisual world, co-directeding many times with Pablo Maestres, both shorts and music videos. She works freelance, collaborating often with Alamo and CANADA production companies.
Biel Andrés - Director assistant and editor
Barcelona, 1988. Bachelor's Degree in Audiovisual Communication and Degree in Digital Technologies for the Scene. He works as an independent filmmaker and editor of music videos, documentary films and corporative videos. Music and theater passionate, his pluridisciplinar profile and his creative flair have led him to get specialized in applying audiovisual in performing arts.
Jorge Llama - Producer
After studying Sound and Image Engineering in the Basque Country, Jorge Llama moved to Barcelona to study a postgraduate course in cinema and TV. In recent years, he has worked as Production Manager in music videos, fiction, documentaries and commercials in the most prestigious production companies in Catalonia, such a CANADA and Nanouk Films (music videos), Eddie Saeta and Minimal Films (documentaries). jorgellama.com
Marc Miró - Cinematographer
Born in 1986 in Barcelona, he started studyig filmmaking at ESCAC film school, specializing as Director of Photography. He has worked as a cinematographer in several short films, documentary films, music videos and fashion. He also has been in camera department in other commercials and films (ESO, Buried, Finisterrae, Alakrana, Zindagui Na Milegui Dobara, Animals, Marieta). marcmiro.com
Pol Agustí - Art director
Born and raised in Barcelona Pol Agustí started in the industrial design world. After a period in the fashion industry he has begun to move into the world of art direction. Graduating both from La Llotja art school and ESCAC film school he has worked on his own projects for both music videos and commercials. Pol also assists other art directors and production designers in commercials and TV. cargocollective.com/polagusti
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