Thiago Eva and Who joined for the first time to direct the music video for Fly band, a teen phenomenon that now debuts its first audiovisual super production of the song “Você se Foi”.
With a documentary esthetic, the music video that was shot in three days in Bolivia features the country’s visuals, going across the Titicaca Lake, the historical center of La Paz and the Illimani Mountain. The video shows the trio leaving souvenirs from the past in special places during the trip in the country.
The directors narrate the challenge in this production was around the constant travelling, the unstable temperatures and the shooting in the mountain in an altitude of about 4,800 meters. Among the curiosities in the production, problems with the Kombi were the most unusual. The car that carries the people in the scenes really broke down several times during the journey and ended up being a real co-star in the production of the film.
“We were happy with the opportunity to direct the music video for the band. Telling the story of the song was a different proposal for our daily routine, which is dedicated to advertising campaigns”, says Who. “We want to repeat such experience more times. We can practice other creative fronts”, includes Thiago Eva.
“Taking the music video shooting to Bolivia was an opportunity to extend our production territory one more time, in addition to becoming closer to partners in Latin America”, adds Edu Tibiriçá, a partner and executive producer at BossaNovaFilms.
The making of the music video also had the partnership of Bolivian production company Makina Films and the Brazilian Tribbo Post in postproduction, represented by Bibinho Carvalho during the shooting.