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Yoann Lemoine

Here is my new video for my friends THE SHOES (Producers of my music project as WOODKID). A simple story about the conquest of light, of inner beauty. Produced by Coleen Haynes / David Price @ HSI With the help of Mourad Belkeddar @ Caviar Paris Director of Photography : Frederik Jacobi Assistant Director : Antoine Poulet Post Production : One More Production Commissionner : Pierre Le Ny @ Green United Music Directed by Yoann Lemoine Executive Producer : Coleen Haynes / HSI Producer : Dawn Rose Director of photography : Paul Laufer Art Dept : Charles Infante Editing : Clark Eddy Grading : Dave Hussey Commissioned by Danny Lockwood / EMI Directed by Yoann Lemoine Producer : Beth Montague / HSI Executive Producer FRANCE : Helene Segol / WANDA Director Assistant : Antoine Poulet Director of photography : Mathieu Plainfossé Styling : Rossana Passalacqua / Artlist Paris Set Design : Anna Brun Editing : Nicolas Larrouquere Commissioned by Claire Stubbs for Rough Trade Records

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