Angèle David-Guillou - 'V for Visconti' - Village Green

Village Green composer Angèle David-Guillou releases the gripping short film for 'V for Visconti'. Created by award winning director Pete Riski, the beautifully shot film tells the story of a mother fleeing from danger whilst fiercely protecting her child. 

Released on Major Tom's Village Green, 'V for Visconti' is taken from Angèle David-Guillou full length LP 'En Movement' - now available via Village Green

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Village Green musician and composer Angèle David-Guillou guides us through the themes that influenced the writing of her dynamic and evocative second album, 'En Movement'. The short film is the fourth episode in the 'A Portrait Of Series', where Village Green explores the story behind the composition. 

En Movement is available via the new Village Green web store as well her latest release 'Mouvements Organiques'.

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