Christine and the Queens channels classic American musicals in this video for her track with Dâm-Funk. Taking inspiration from Charles Ebberts, Michael Jackson and Westside Story, “Girlfriend” was shot in the technique of a 1950’s musical, with a set-build and one of the largest ever rear-screen projections. Directed by Jordan Bahat (previously featured here), with choreography by La Horde (aka Marine Brutti, Jonathan Debrouwer, Arthur Harel) and in collaboration with Christine and the Queens, see full credits below!


Director: Jordan Bahat
DP: Jallo Faber
Producer: Jeremy Martin
EP: Celine Roubaud
Prod Co: Caviar Paris
Editor: Niles Howard
Storyboard Artist: Mike Jasorka
VFX by Mathematic
Post-Producer: Nadege Moreau
Compositor: Anthony Lyant
VFX On-Set Supervisor: Stephane Vogel
Color by A52:
Color: Paul Yacono
Producer: Jenny Bright
Kiev Prod Co: Limelite
EP: Vlad Bolelov
Producer: Nastya Ivaschuk
1st AD: Grits
Production Designer: Misha Levchenko
Rear Projection Team: Front Pictures
Gaffer: Eugene Vivcharyk
PM: Max Matveev
Focus Puller: Kostyantyn Vivcharenko
Hair: Lera Gornostay
Make Up: Tamriko Levchenko
Wardrobe: Kostya Goncharenko
PA: Dasha Iva

Plate Unit Detroit
DP: Geoff George
Location Manager: Dave Krieger
Record Label: Because Music
Manager: Flauvie Jaubert

Eva Ndiaye
Roman Guillermic
Jeremie Parent
Josh Wild
David Cottle
Liza Laepart

Special Thanks:
Mike Gioulakis
Terry Huynh
Corentin Desaedeleer
Kim Dellara
Alexis Celic


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