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Friday, February 28, 2020

Christine And The Queens - "La Vita Nuova" [Pop]

La Vita Nuova

"La Vita Nuova" music video by Christine And The Queens
Added: 28-02-2020
Genre : Pop
Description : Christine and the Queens - La vita nuova

La vita nuova
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Story by Christine and the Queens and Colin Solal Cardo

Directed by Colin Solal Cardo
Produced by Rémy Solomon
Executive producers: Julien Berlan, Elsa Rakotoson, Marie Fioriti
DOP: Crille Forsberg
Choreographer: Ryan Heffington
Editor: Tianès Montasser
Costume Designer: Jonathan Huguet
Set Designer: Jeanne Ader
Color grading: Fabien Pascal
Guest starring: Caroline Polachek and Félix Maritaud as “The Fauna”
Dancers: Brandon Masele, Emmanuelle Soum, Enzo Boffa, Josh Wild, Liza Lapert, Maji Claire, Patric Kuo, Silvia Contento

Extras:Adam Dahibi, Adam Grandval, Alan Tardif, Alexia Pereira, Aminata Thiboult, Bonnie El Bokeili, Coli-Fary Diouf, Erwan Fale, Eva Studzinski, Fabian Lamy, Fatoumata Diawara, Fleur Dujat, Jordy Van Beghin, Laurent Benhenni, Mariana Benenge, Mélissa Bocoum, Melvin Malheurty, Nicolas Lecourt Mansion, Pricile Ugena, Reihane Grandguillaume, Roxanne Ky, Ryan Meng, Sahné Rasoanaivo, Serena Freira, Stencia Yambogaza, Thomas Lelong, Tidiane Diop, William Dybele

Line Producer: Ophélie Stavropoulos
Production Coordinator: Mélanie Gilbon
First Assistant Director: Juliette Mabille
Second Assistant Director: Elsa Michon
Assistant Choreographer: Benjamin Milan
Casting Extras: Dourane Fall, Conan Laurendot
Leader Extra: Fiona Bègue
Assistant: Hugo Dao

First Assistant Camera: Loup Lebreton
Second Assistant Camera: Dimitri Sorel
Third Assistant Camera: Jimmy Nguyen
Steadicam Operator: Rémi Quilichini
B Camera Operator: Julien Pujol

Art Department Coordinator: Marie-Aubrey Molès
Second Assistant Art Director: Isabelle Lawson
Prop Master: Victor Delbos
Set Decorators: Lisa Boukobza, Gilles Garnier, Clothilde Cras De Belleval, Timon Milon, Laurent Saint-Gaudens, Océane Dufau

Unit Manager: Kim Shewy
Unit Assistants: Marion Prieux, Jean-Fred David, Djibyrile Sy, Romane Botquin, Penelope Ader, Charles Crapart, Alexandre Do, Emilia Massias, Jérôme Babinard, Sacha Hayon
Gaffer: Basile Barniské
Electricians: Adrien Lallau, François Auclair, Vincent Taberlet, Marchal Bedy, Frédéric Chevrier, Lucas Janiszewski, Matthieu Legoupil
Key Grip: Tristan Morin
Grips: Zaher Megdiche, Camille Conroy, Tanguy Bourgeois, Thomas Canivet, Ugo Villaume

Make-Up Artist: Manu Kopp
Hair Stylist: Pawel Solis

First Assistant Costume Designer: Sarah Bernard
Second Assistant Costume Designer: Lise Breton
Adjuster: Brice Fernandes
Stylist Extras: Pierre De Mones
Stylist Extras Assistants: Jill Gattegno, Louise Pisselet

Sfx Make-Up Designers: Raphaël Guionnet, Charlotte Arguillere, Antoine Wayne, Cindy Bohn, Joël Mogade, Alexis Kinebanyan, Christophe Mureau

Sound Recordist: Charles Darnaud
Sound Mix: Alban Lejeune, Eliott Sebbag
Sound Mastering: Ash Workman

Post Production: Everest
Head Of Post Production: Sylvain Obriot
Color Grading: Fabien Pascal
Post Producer Fx: Chloé Juillard
Editing Assistant: Ella Dixon
Technical Post Producer: Jeremy Le Bris
Graphists: Vincent Heine, Stephane Gassin, Francois Puget, Damien Thiebot
Title Designer: Julien Seiller
Typographer: Julien Priez
Set Photographer: Jonathan ‘Ojoz’ Adelaide

Special thanks to: Les équipes de l’Opéra national de Paris, Nicolas Lecourt Mansion, Julien Pujol, Silverway, Kodak, Everest, Rvz

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With her poignant, thought-provoking electronic pop, French singer, songwriter, choreographer, and dancer Christine and the Queens blurs the lines between theater, singing, and dance as skillfully as she plays with the concepts of gender, sexuality, and identity. Influenced by the theatrical pop of David Bowie and Laurie Anderson, as well as the choreography of Michael Jackson, she often combines her atmospheric music with computer-based multimedia presentations. Christine's 2014 debut album, Chaleur Humaine, which explored her turbulent adolescence as a queer woman, announced her as a distinctively vulnerable talent on the strength of the singles "St. Claude" and "Tilted." She delved even deeper on 2018's Chris, an examination of gender stereotypes set to '80s R&B sounds that underscored her commitment to making listeners think, feel, and move.

Born Héloïse Létissier in Nantes, France in 1988 to a teacher and English professor, Christine grew up in an artistic, literary household and took piano and dance lessons at an early age. Later, Létissier studied theater at École Normale Supérieure de Lyon (ENS Lyon) and moved to Paris in 2010. Following a bad breakup, Létissier created the persona of Christine and embarked on a music career, taking the Christine and the Queens moniker as an homage to the drag queens who danced with her while she performed. She released her debut EP, Miséricorde, in 2011, and followed it with 2012's Mac Abbey. That year, Christine and the Queens' dynamic stage shows won the Best Discovered Act award at Le Printemps de Bourges festival and the Premières Francos award at another festival, Les Francofolies de La Rochelle. With 2013's Nuit 17 à 52 EP, Létissier made her debut on the French albums chart SNEP.

In 2014, Létissier delivered Christine and the Queens' debut full-length album, Chaleur Humaine, a set of songs inspired by her teenage years that featured the single "Saint Claude." Early in 2015, Létissier won the Victoires de la Musique for 2014's Best Female Artist; later that year, Chaleur Humaine was reissued on Atlantic in the United States as Christine and the Queens, and featured the English-language single "Tilted." The album was also reissued as a deluxe edition in the U.K. in 2016, a year that saw Christine and the Queens cover Beyoncé's "Sorry" and the BBC choose Létissier as one of its 100 Women of the Year. Létissier wrote and produced the project's second album, Chris, a set of songs that incorporated tougher, '80s funk and R&B influences and lyrics that questioned traditional gender roles. Featuring the Dâm-Funk collaboration "Girlfriend," the album arrived in French and English versions in September 2018.

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