Shaybo ft Jorja Smith 'My Sister' by Tash Tung
Tash Tung directs the powerful visuals for Shaybo’s new track My Sister, featuring Jorja Smith.
The video uses the backdrop of a church to deliver a strong sermon of empowerment to victims of domestic violence.
Tung constructs a religious experience, with women of all ages standing in the congregation listening to Shaybo’s message. Intimate in the way it portrays emotion in the audience, the concept mirrors the deeply personal subject matter of the track. These setups are interspersed with shots of a dancer, standing strong yet delicate with her movements.
The sermon empowers the audience to help pull themselves out of the dark place they find themselves in, and ends in an expansive landscape, visually representing greener pastures and an overall message of hope.
I knew their chemistry... was something special and spoke to the idea of sisterhood.
"There are so many truths and relatable scenarios in the song - it's bittersweet.
"I wanted the film to acknowledge that these situations of domestic violence and psychological abuse are realities for a lot of women, and representation was - and always should be - so important. Amongst the physicality of emotion, I wanted to elevate and emphasise the spiritual aspect of healing, so that we end on hope.
"I've worked with Jorja and Shaybo before on a live performance and I knew their chemistry and connection was something special and spoke to the idea of sisterhood - a bond I could mirror in the main narrative.
"It was such pleasure to direct all these amazing women and work with a stellar team."
|Executive Producer||Laura Northover|
|Production Manager||Elliot Zelmanovits|
|1st AD||Gabriel O’Donohoe|
|Director of Photography||Hunter Daly|
|Art Director||Sarah Asmail|
|Post production company||Black Kite Studios|
|Post Producer||Tamara Mennell|
Tash Tung delivers a breezy summer portrait of a quiet British town in this nostalgic clip for Saint Etienne.
Tash Tung directs, and casts herself, in an introspective, intimate and direct response to self care with 'kisses 2 my phone,' commissioned by 4:3 Boiler Room and Sega Bodega as part of his …
Tash Tung directs a sensual and sleek visual for Bree Runway's Gucci - Tung's second video for the dynamic London-based artist, following last year's All Night.
Tash Tung visualises the danger of falling for somebody who doesn’t have trustworthy intentions in an unnerving landscape for Katiya Falcone's doomladen Lust is a Ride Through Hell.
Cinelab London, the UK's only full-service film laboratory and digital dailies facility, has …
Bullion Productions' producer Joel Spencer has been promoted to Head of Music and Branded …
The new episode of The Promonews Podcast: Talking Music Videos - our series of conversations …
The first round of judging in the Best Video and the Technical Achievement categories at …
The deadline to vote in the first round of judging at the UK Music Video Awards 2021 is fast …
While first round voting on many of the categories at this year's UK Music Video Awards continues, …