"FACE FACE FACE" is a mesmerising video clip that draws inspiration from Beyoncé's "Countdown," featuring a dynamic crash zoom technique that adds an electrifying element to the visuals. The video bathes each scene in vivid colors reminiscent of the Technicolor era, transporting the viewer to a world of vibrant nostalgia.

The essence of 1950s and 60s fashion is prominently displayed through the styling, with each outfit exuding its unique charm. The fashion choices are a visual ode to the iconic trends of the past, blending seamlessly with the contemporary vibe of the video.

The video features a trap beat, setting the perfect rhythm for the mesmerising visuals. The beat's repetitive nature creates a hypnotic effect, drawing the audience into the world of "FACE FACE FACE." The bold and dynamic use of sound and colour amplifies the experience, making it unforgettable.

"FACE FACE FACE" is a perfect blend of the past and present, paying homage to the aesthetics of a 50s-60s while infusing it with a modern, trap-inspired beat and a captivating use of repetition.

  • Clotilde Latour
  • Sophie Nguyen
  • Clotilde Latour
  • Clotilde Latour
  • Sophie Nguyen
  • Clotilde Latour
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Music Video, Short, Student
  • Runtime:
    40 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    November 2, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    1,000 AUD
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  • Student Project:
    Yes - RMIT
Director Biography - Clotilde Latour

Clotilde Latour is a Mauritian Australian creative with a dedicated passion for design and a determined dream of becoming a Creative Director. She believes that design has the direct ability to connect to our emotions, creating a connection between the visual and the visceral. This often triggers deep feelings and responses. Her appreciation for diverse design forms serves as evidence of this.

Currently, she is completing her bachelor degree of Fashion Enterprise (Fashion Design minor) at RMIT. This has given her both practical and necessary skills to transform her aspirations into achievements.

Clotilde has a deep love for vintage clothing, vibrant colour palettes, and the exploration of identity. Her work often reflects her Mauritian heritage and her ongoing exploration of cultural celebration.

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