Flight of the Dragonfly

“When you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.” – Paulo Coelho

“Dragonflies embody a stripping away of all the beliefs that say we cannot do this or that, achieve a dream or goal, reminding us that anything is possible when we really get the understanding that we are part of the divine and as such we have the power to manifest anything that we desire. They are the keeper of dreams, the knowers within that see all of our true potential and ability. Dragonflies strips away the illusions that say to us we cannot achieve our dreams and goals, that we are not worthy or capable when in fact it is our birthright and our true power to create anything we choose!”

Song featured at the Film “Déficit” by Gael Garcia Bernal.

Finalist Videoclip – 2nd International Festival of the Videoclip MUSICLIP 08 Barcelona / Spain. April 2008. An overdrive city… a contemplative girl and a distracted guy, go for different ways but they have the same destiny. On their ways, they meet a smalls and magical characters that guide them to an unexpected meeting. “Libélula” (Dragonfly) brings an original and innovative proposal. As Latinsizer’s song, this video uses retro elements from 80’s decade, re-interpret and compose them to the reality, creating a magic world with pixels and equalizers.

Music by Latinsizer (synthetic project from the well-known Mexican musical producer Pepe Mogt, one of the members and Co-founder of Nortec Collective). Directed by Peter Ponk (Pedro González, creative director with an outstanding career in Broadcasting TV). Produced and realized by Novo Comunicaciones. Motion graphics by Totuma Communication + Design.

* Video sent in by a Literanista reader from Texas.

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