"U Turn" written and performed by Molly Gazay; Performed and arranged by Brendan Getzell, is a song about love and the confusing elements that we experience as we develop in our relationships. Sometimes, love is not so easy.
Please check out the blog to see who worked on the Music Video and get a sneak peak of whats to come!
U TURN CAST AND CREW
Molly Gazay- Song writer, Singer, composer, Actress
Brendan Getzell- Piano Arranger, Actor
Suzil Von Schtupt- Dancer
Sean O'Connor- Director, DP, Camera 1
Christine Jovan- Camera 2, Script Supervisor
Jonathan Reisfeld- Hair and Make-up
Allison Craig- Costumes
Jack Leask- Grip
Cannes Film Festival &
MUSIC VIDEO AVAILABLE:
U TURN FULL VIDEO
A few years ago (WOW! Has it been that long?) Yes, a few years ago, I wrote a song called "U Turn". The song is about being in a relationship. Your so excited then you hit a wall and feel lost. That wall could be anything: The you/other person has a job offer in another city, one of you doesn't feel the same anymore, one of you wants kids and that is a deal breaker, etc. What if you could watch the problems unfold in front of you while you are watching it happen? Well, in my newest music video, you'll get to see just that.
Sean and I will be driving down the coast to good old San Francisco to film "U Turn" the Music Video at the Lost Church. Re-uniting with our DiablaFamily down there. Including the talents of Make-up Artist Jonathan Reisfeld, dancing style of Suzil Von Schtupt, Costumes by Nikki Davis and Allison Craig, Script Supervision by Christine Jovan, Director of Photography Sean O'Connor and Myself and Brendan Getzell, friend and host of Hotel Utah in San Francisco, performing the song.
Now, they bring you another amazing tale that touches home with a father and his sons need for connection. Its been about 6 months since I was asked to feature as Tina Hathaway, news reporter, for the short film and now, the wait has paid off for the filmmakers yet again. We just received the announcement of festivals which accepted the film: Cannes Film Festival is back on the board as well as The Walnut Creek International Film Festival!
This group of creative and talented people deserve all the praise for spending so much time getting things to look just right.
Rajesh Naroth and his team have done amazing work and I am so thankful to be apart yet another amazing film!
Check it out "Click" on Facebook
Anju's Pale Blue Eyes
Cannes Film Festival
Flower Shop Of Whore Ers
Flower Shop Of Whore-ers
Hitc Hikers Guide To The Galaxy
New York Actress
The Hotel Utah
The Worlds End
I'm a woman of all trades. Love what I do and I do what I love.