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Theo Putzu Films Music Video Using a Lomokino

It just goes to show that you don’t always need complicated, high-end gear to create lovely videos!

It’s fairly old news, with the video released about a year ago, but it’s something we simply couldn’t pass up on! Theo Putzu, a filmmaker and photographer from Barcelona, has been able to create a music video for the dream-pop group Diverting Duo’s song “Outset” using only a Lomokino! On the video’s Vimeo page, Putzu revealed that he had used a total of 20 rolls of films, or an astounding 2,200 photos, to create the three minute-long lo-fi, dreamy music video!

Video via Vimeo"

Diverting Duo hails from Cagliari, Italy and is composed of Sara and Gianmarco. To describe their music, the duo wrote, “all you have to do is imagine a long warm reverb, some nice colours on a summer dusk and slow gentle music all mixed together with electronic drums.”

If you’re interested to see more of Putzu’s works, you might also want to see his multiple award-winning short film, “Paper Memories.” It’s a seven minute-long stop-motion video that made use of about 4,000 photographs, and is about an old man who embarks on a heartwarming journey through old letters and photos with his loved one. You may watch “Paper Memories” here.

All information in this article were sourced from Vimeo and Soundcloud.

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This is the original article written in: English. It is also available in: 日本語 & Italiano.