Ever wondered what it takes to make a full-length music video the analogue way? Watch this brilliantly-shot music video from Polish-Ukranian band DAGADANA which was shot fully with our very own LomoKino!
We’re going for a break in our usual programming here in the Midweek Music Video series for this week as we feature a totally analogue music video for your viewing pleasure. Shot entirely with the LomoKino, this music video from Polish-Ukranian band *DAGADANA* simply had us in awe the first time we saw it. And we can’t help but watch it over and over again.
The video for their song “Kartka dla nieznajomej” (translated as “Card for a Stranger”) was shot entirely with our very own *LomoKino*. But that’s not the only thing we love about this video. The four-minute seven-second music video employed the help of a full crew to capture 19,584 frames, do 816 film scans in a span of three weeks of non-stop scanning, went through 136 film rolls and used a drill driver connected to 5 LomoKino cameras. Whew that’s a mouthful!
DAGADANA created the music video to encourage people to connect with persons in their lives and make viewers realize what being “in the moment” is all about. We can’t really blame them, the fast-paced world we now live in are thriving with smartphone conversations and social media interactions. All that DAGADANA wants us to do is be in the moment, make art that is not necessarily instant and connect with people again.
Now, that wouldn’t seem too hard. Just plug and play the video and share our awe as we give it another go. We just truly love how the video looks like.