”DAWN IN LUXOR” FOR KENZO BY KAHLIL JOSEPH

DIRECTOR: KAHLIL JOSEPH / PRODUCTION COMPANY: ICONOCLAST, ONYE ANYANWU, ALEJANDRO DE LEON / COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: FRANCE / DURATION: 4’32” / CAST: GRACE MAHARY, PALACEER LAZARO / MUSIC: SHABAZZ PALACES / PHOTOGRAPHY: JASON MCCORMICK / STYLIST: MOBOLAJI DAWODU, ANNABELLE BALDERO LACUNA / HAIR & MAKEUP: DANO ARIBOL, NYE LITTLEJOHN AND WILLIAM LEMON III

FILM SYNOPSIS: Collection for spring-summer 2014 Kenzo, California is at the heart of the inspirations for Carol Lim and Humberto Leon. The director Kahlil Joseph gives us a short film in which myths and appearances intersect and complement each other. A woman contemplates the ocean, a man control fish in a Jamaican restaurant, a boy pays tribute to a dolphin failed … between reality and fantasy, here ”Dawn In Luxor.”

DIRECTOR’S BIO: Kahlil Joseph is a Los Angeles based filmmaker. His loosely-helmed narratives, breathtaking and experimental approach to cinematography and his choice of subjects are completely unique.
His most recent film was the beautifully shot, evocative ‘Until The Quiet Comes’ featuring music from the Flying Lotus album of the same name and won the Grand Jury Prize for Short Films at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.

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