Sessions: Live music videos

5) Palya Bea: lüktetés

Sunny day, perfect tree climbing weather. We have shot for a while now and we are coming to a wrap, Time for one more. Palya Bea and our camera Woman Csepeli Eszter climb a cherry blossom… Bea and Eszter sitting in a tree, S – I – N – G – I – N – G.

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Director:

Anormal (Vandad Kashefi)

Dop:

Csepeli Eszter

Production Manager:

Kastner Judit

Sound Recordist:

Fazekas Csongor

Driver:

Barna Judit

Special Thanks:

Bernáth Milán

4) palya bea: szép szemű szeretőm

Calling the airport, checking the weather, windy rainy every day they say, but it had to be that day, the only day that Bea was available. And of course that was the only day with perfect weather. We went for something stripped down, just Bea and the birds at the foot of the old Castle in Budapest’s first district. Throw in a little voodoo magic from our operator Eszter Csepeli and you get this very pink session… All untouched footage, its amazing what a little coloured cloth and glass can do.

Director:

Anormal (Vandad Kashefi)

Dop:

Csepeli Eszter

Production Manager:

Kastner Judit

Sound Recordist:

Fazekas Csongor

Driver:

Barna Judit

Special Thanks:

Bernáth Milán

3) alba Hyseni: adieu (friend of sorrow)

We put Alba and her band In the basement of the 1.2.Z. Studios in downtown Budapest, (just round the corner from the national opera house). Since the musicians were far apart from each other we tried to use makeshift systems so they could hear themselves play, no easy feat in a long thin stone hallway. We had spent the week collecting cables and televisions, now it was time to get it all right, all the way through in one shot. The band and the steadicam all performing live. Alba Hyseni and company provide a rendition of ‘Adieu’ from her new album “Innermission”. Erdély Mátyás creates beautiful images with nothing more than a handful of domestic light bulbs and a couple of tube lamps. All this from a dream I had involving a cable monster…

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Director:

Anormal (Vandad Kashefi)

Dop:

Erdély Mátyás

Steadycam operator:

Pfeffer Attila

Live television feed operator (Musicians):

Csepeli Eszter

Live television feed operator (Alba):

Rév Marcell

Production manager:

Kastner Judit

Red technician:

Becsey Kristóf

sfx:

Princz Károly

Princz Szabolcs

Video technician:

Bernáth Milán

AD:

Dobos Kinga

Sound Recording:

Papp Dávid

Tesfay Áron

Production Designer:

Vandad Kashefi

Art department Assistant:

Kovácsi Máté

Standby technician:

Szabó Gábor

Unit manager:

Forgács Nóra Kinga

Color Grading:

Györi Márk

Audio Mixing:

Kalotás Csaba

Stills Photographer:

Perness Norbert

Special Thanks:

Pusztai Ferenc

SPARKS

Kútvölgyi Léna

Tamara Juristovszky

Tom Bass

Varga Judit

Györi Márk

2) Singas Project: Merry crisis

Shot in 2010 with the Singas Project (as they stood at the time). We are deep deep underground in the eternal construction site for Budapest’s fourth Metro line. Its a big hole and it probably costs a pretty penny. You know they’ve been digging us in for ever and ever. Not a bad metaphor for these economic times…. Merry Crisis and happy New Fear

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Director:

Anormal (Vandad Kashefi)

Dop/Camera 1:

Garai Gábor

Camera 2:

Vandad Kashefi

Camera 3:

Zoltan Verebes

Camera 4:

Liza Kozma

Production manager:

Andrea Ausztrics

Sound engineers:

Pap Dávid Tamás

Tesfay daniel

1) Singas Project: Partner in crime

The first Anormal Session, We shot this back in early 2010. This moment was captured deep deep underground, in the construction site of Budapest’s fourth Metro. A camera, a flash light and the Singas Project (in its configuration at the time) fronted by Dalma Berger…. Everyone needs a partner in crime!

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Director

Anormal (Vandad Kashefi)

Dop/Camera 1

Garai Gábor

Camera 2

Vandad Kashefi

Production manager

Andrea Ausztrics

Sound engineers

Pap Dávid Tamás

Tesfay daniel

Special thanks

Zoltan Verebes

Liza Kozma