Monday, May 21, 2018

DJ José Ogalla records the video of 'After Now' between Tabernas and Almería

The Valencian artist has the actress Isa Pino as protagonist

After completing the filming, JaGDreams will shortly start editing

[Filming of the videoclip at Rancho Leone with José Ogalla and Isa Pino as protagonists.]

Diario de Almería
By D. Martínez
May 21, 2018

This week scenes from the music video “After Now” by the Valencian DJ and producer José Ogalla have been recorded. In January another part of the videoclip was recorded at Rancho Leone de Tabernas. The protagonist with Ogalla in the videoclip is the Almerian actress Isa Pino.

The production company JaGDreams and the company Kinétika have taken charge of the management and production of the technical part, specifically the camera. After several months of planning and revision of the script, the whole team met and took to the streets of Western Leone in Tabernas in January. This park was chosen because it is one of the oldest and most faithful to the typical towns of the American West.

One of the curiosities of the videoclip is that it has been shot in two different countries, one part in Almeria (Tabernas and Almeria capital) and another in the city of Chicago in the United States.

The story begins in Chicago's Millenium Park, where the singer is drawing a comic book about the ancient west becoming a reality in Almeria, interspersing images of the filming of Chicago with the engraving in Almeria. More than 15 people have been part of the team in Spain, José Guijarro in direction, Fran Gómez the cameraman with José Ogalla and the Almerian actress Isa Pino as main characters. It also highlights the presence of the actress Noemí Casado. Antonio Casado and Montse Soler in artistic direction and production, respectively, plus a figurative team of 10 people. Serafín Redondo has also been part of the artistic team.

One of the most striking scenes was shooting the sunrise in the Tabernas desert, where light flooded the first scene. Horses, shootouts and desert will contrast with the streets and skyscrapers of Chicago.

José Ogalla began his professional career at the beginning of the 1990s. His musical style goes through all the derivatives of the House. In 2010 he signed for the record label Pacha Recordings with one of his works and with one of the best house singers, Andrea Love.

He has had the great privilege of having shared a booth with some of the most prestigious DJs and producers in the world such as Erick Morillo, Harry Romero, David Guetta, Hector Romero.

Ogalla presents his new project, a work done in style where he has the great collaboration of house singer Ron Carroll, classical vocalist within the international dance music scene. The result is a timeless theme that leaves no one indifferent.

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