What is so spectacular about this music video, is the fact that it is so different from David Wilson’s previous works, we were simply, yet again, blown away by the creativity of this director. Adopting a different tone, style and all-together leaving out all traces of animation techniques, Wilson gives this promo a much more sober voice, focusing on the emotions of the two male dancers, the breath-taking choreography and the flow of the camera movements. Simply must-see together with its making-of!

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    I Try To Talk to You

    What is so spectacular about this music video, is the fact that it is so different from David Wilson’s previous works, we were simply, yet again, blown away by the creativity of this director. Adopting a different tone, style and all-together leaving out all traces of animation techniques, Wilson gives this promo a much more sober voice, focusing on the emotions of the two male dancers, the breath-taking choreography and the flow of the camera movements.

    Simply must-see together with its making-of!

    Tags: choreography, directors from UK, live-action, love story


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    Super cinematic live action clips that tell a story.

    2Pause | Freezing Music Video Culture

    The world of music videos has traditionally provided a perfect breeding ground to test new visual styles, VFX and editing techniques. It has also proven to be an extraordinary springboard for some of todays most acclaimed film directors, such as Spike Jonze, Baz Luhrmann and Michel Gondry, to name but three. 2Pause is the second installment of our curated music video website. The old Pause website is still online here.



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