‘Tiny Love’ is Victor Vroegindeweij’s second attempt at creating a docu-style music video, this time for the band Moss. While in  his first promo following Carel Struycken, some actions where pre-scripted despite the documentary visual style, in Tiny Love the director decided to leave Marloes Coenen, worlds leading MMA fighter, and her regular preparations before an important fight, tell the story. The unusual combination between the tranquility of the track and violence of the subject, brilliantly reflects the duality Marloes faces when keeping her feminine and sensitive side, despite being a successful fighter. An overall emotional story and piece of valuable insight about the pluses and minuses of being a superfighter. Credits: Directed by Victor Vroegindeweij Edit and colorgrade by Eelko Ferwerda Photography by Jefrim Rothuizen Sound recorded by Diego van Uden Produced by The Office for Nonfiction Storytelling nonfictionstorytelling.com Made with financial support of the Tax Fund, part of Creative Industries Fund NL    

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    Tiny Love

    ‘Tiny Love’ is Victor Vroegindeweij’s second attempt at creating a docu-style music video, this time for the band Moss. While in  his first promo following Carel Struycken, some actions where pre-scripted despite the documentary visual style, in Tiny Love the director decided to leave Marloes Coenen, worlds leading MMA fighter, and her regular preparations before an important fight, tell the story.

    The unusual combination between the tranquility of the track and violence of the subject, brilliantly reflects the duality Marloes faces when keeping her feminine and sensitive side, despite being a successful fighter.

    An overall emotional story and piece of valuable insight about the pluses and minuses of being a superfighter.

    Credits:

    Directed by Victor Vroegindeweij
    Edit and colorgrade by Eelko Ferwerda
    Photography by Jefrim Rothuizen
    Sound recorded by Diego van Uden

    Produced by The Office for Nonfiction Storytelling
    nonfictionstorytelling.com

    Made with financial support of the Tax Fund, part of Creative Industries Fund NL

     

     

    Tags: directors from Holland, docu-style, live-action


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