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Month: December 2018

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SBFIVE releases music video for new song ‘SPARK’!

Bas (of 2 Moon the Series fame) and four other Thai musicians/artists, including 2 moon co-stars Tae Darvid and Tee Tanapol Jarujittranon are making waves with the release of their latest music video for SPARK.

Music vid was released 28th December 2018 and has already garnered more than 490,000 views.

Title: Spark (ช็อต…หัวใจ)
Artist: SBFIVE
Label: STAR HUNTER STUDIO
[IG: @starhunter_studio]

Executive Project Director
Yot Kornherun [ IG: OhStarhunter ]

Producer: Tunwa Ketsuwan
Lyrics: Tunwa Ketsuwan
Melody: Tunwa Ketsuwan
Arrangement: Tunwa Ketsuwan
Digital Editor: Tunwa Ketsuwan
Mixed & Mastered: Tunwa Ketsuwan
Engineered: Arttaporn sukom & Itthiporn Navaitthiporn

Artist
Suradet Piniwat (Bas) [IG: @bbasjtr]
Warodom Khemmonta (Kimmon) [IG: @kimmon.dj]
Panuwat Kerdthongtawee (Copter) [IG: @ccopter]
Darvid Kreepolrerk (Tae) [IG: @tae_darvid]
Thanapon Jarujitranon (Tee) [IG: @tee_jaruji]

Music video: HISPOP FILM
Choreograph: B HOUSE STUDIO

Contact for work : K. OH STARHUNTER 096-859-4442

Available on iTunes / Apple Music: https://itunes.apple.com/th/album/ช-อ…
Available on JOOX: http://www.joox.com/th/en/single/p3D6…

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You Had Me At Hello [Short Film]

Described by its production team – Capture Production – as a thesis movie project, You Had Me At Hello is a tale of young love between a slightly older boy named Tone (Jerasit Sukumpantanasarn) and Pun (Patiphan Siangphairo).

When Pun’s older sister began to worry about her brother’s poor academic performance, she seeks the help of Tone and serves as his tutor. Both boys treated this with a certain detachment. But after a few meetings, it seems they enjoy each other’s company. They became friends. And perhaps, something more.

There is nothing unique about the premise of the story. It could happen in real life. In fact, I think it happens quite a lot. What makes this short film (25 minutes) watchable is the notable chemistry between the actors.

Not sure where they got the inspiration for the title, but there’s an old Tom Cruise film named Jerry Maguire, and Cruise’s co-star Renee Zellweger delivered that line.