David Knight - 11th June 2018

This fabulous video for French-African outfit Tshegua from Pantera - that's the Buenos Aires-based directing collective, not the '80s metal band - features Sarah Sekongo as a young woman establishing a normal life for herself in the Ivory Coast despite her outwardly invisible but profound disability.

This is a beautifully made piece of work, that fully immerses you in her world, and through that, the music of Tshegua - the music that Sekongo cannot herself hear. 

With photography by the redoubtable Steve Annis, this is a story that seeps into the viewer's psyche and brings joy. Marvellous.  

PRO Credits


ProducerMelodie Saba
Production CompanyHandsome
Executive ProducerMelodie Saba
Director of PhotographySteve Annis
Focus PullerEira Wyn Jones
2nd ACMilo Brown
Art DirectorLopez Zunon
ColouristSimon Bourne
Grading companyFramestore
Post ProducerBwgtbld
Director's Rep (UK)Somesuch
Director's Rep (US)Anonymous Content
Executive ProducerEric Stern
Other creditsCasting Main Role: Sarah Sekongo 2nd Role: Christelle Ahoua 2nd Role: Anderson 2nd Role: Bertine Guei 2nd Role: Marie-Dominique N’Guessan Angora

David Knight - 11th June 2018

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