Considered by So Film magazine in 2018, one of the directors responsible for transforming the music video into film, Frenchman Colin Solal Cardo is known for his contributions to the pop scene of European music through video clips and French clips by bands such as “Christine and the Queens” , whose film “Does not Matter” was described by the New York Times as “a bitterly collaborative dance,” and “Eddy of Pretto,” whose clip became a hit with more than ten million views on YouTube, as well as his work on Take-Aways from La Blogothèque. His “Ti Amo” clip from “Phoenix” was described by Slate4 as “impressive”, published in the newspaper Libération through an article signed in co-authorship with the English singer Benjamin Clementine. In addition to filming with Alicia Keys and Metronomy, her film Take-Away by Jack White was described as “the best acoustic session ever filmed” by NME. In 2017, he won the UK Music Video Awards with “Blu”, film for Damon Albarn and Mura Masa.
Phoenix – Ti Amo / BLOGOTHÈQUE
Alicia Keys – A Take Away Show / BLOGOTHÈQUE
Christine and the Queens – La Marcheuse / BLOGOTHÈQUE