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Godfisk: Human Sushi - Maki

Sushi in dance form.

Published on Jan 09, 2013

Editor's Pick

If you don't find sushi appetizing, try watching these films. The sight of a handful of skin-tight spandex-clad, bony dancers interpreting their way into maki, nigiri or sashimi might change your mind. Try/Apt and Godfisk, the Norwegian Seafood Council, try a rather unusual way to remind people that sushi is really good for you, enlisting the services of "The Human Sushi," a performance group that interprets sushi through abstract movement.

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About

Credits

Date
Jan 09, 2013
Agency:
Try/Apt
Client:
Godfisk
Creative:
Silje Helene Fjeld
Creative:
Odd-Inge Torrisen
Prod. Co.:
Tangrystan productions
Director:
Stein Johan Grieg Halvorsen
Producer:
Kristian Hajdu
DOP:
Anders Flatland
Costume:
Maria Brinch
Production Manager:
Ingvild Evjemo
Post:
Postmenn

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