Posts Tagged ‘Anders Lönnfeldt’

University commercial spot

Saturday, November 16th, 2013

Well yes, A while back we started yet another collaboration with the mighty fine people at Åbo Akademi University – it was time to create another commercial spot for the university. Together with a group of students and a tad of choir dudes called “Kvartetten LÖK” we developed an idea, a script and a battle [...]

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Santa Cruz – Youtube premiere!

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013

Well yes. Our latest music video for Santa Cruz to their second single, “Aiming High”, from the upcoming album “Screaming for Adrenaline” is very much out on Youtube now! Check it out! ( Santa Cruz – Aiming High – Directed by Tage Rönnqvist for Eva Lingon Ltd. ) VIDEO CREW: Director – Tage Rönnqvist Cinematographer [...]

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World Premiere – Santa Cruz

Monday, April 22nd, 2013

Well awesome! This morning our latest music video for Santa Cruz exclusively premiered at the Radio Rock website. Do swing by the site for a viewing of Eva Lingon’s latest production. Aiming High! ( Screenshot from the Radio Rock site ) The video will be up n’ running on youtube quite soon, but for now, [...]

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Santa Cruz – The making of..

Sunday, April 14th, 2013
The making of "Santa Cruz - Aiming High". Photo by Niklas Laurin. (28/28)

Yes, oh yes. Last weekend we shot the “Santa Cruz – Aiming High” music video in Karjaa. And here you go, a set of making of pictures, all of em’ shot by Niklas Laurin. ( All shots by Niklas Laurin ) The video will premiere in a near future, I don’t have an exact date [...]

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Fighting Star

Thursday, October 18th, 2012

Well yes. I advice you to check out my friend Anders Lönnfeldt’s latest video work. A pre-trailer for the upcoming musical Fighting Star which is to premier during 2013 at Wasa Teater in, that’s right, Wasa.. ( Fighting Star ) The musical is looking for participants, so be sure to stay on the lookout in [...]

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