Francois Klark Drops ASL Music Video for “Always” from Netflix Film “Feel The Beat” Soundtrack
- Toronto-based singer-songwriter Francois Klark has dropped the official ASL music video for “Always” from Netflix film “Feel The Beat” soundtrack.
The original song was released in 2018 from his debut album “Love”. It was written by Klark Drops.
The video was filmed in Colorado and Toronto under Covid-19 quarantine restrictions.
“Since 'Always' was picked up by Resonate Entertainment to appear in their Netflix dance film, 'Feel The Beat', I thought that it would be very fitting to collaborate with Matthew on a music video featuring his choreography for this specific song," Francois Klark said of the video. "Making a music video under Covid-19 quarantine restrictions not only sparked the idea for the concept of the video but also directly dictated how we would execute production. I realized how important it is to make all mediums of media accessible to everyone. 'Feel The Beat' actress Shaylee Mansfield's Instagram movement #InstaCaptioning has inspired me to not only caption my music videos moving forward but also to release a version of the 'Always' music video that includes an American Sign Language interpretation.”
The film “Feel The Beat” was directed by Elissa Down, starring Sofia Carson, Enrico Colantoni and Wolfgang Novogratz.
The film was released on June 19th. Also, Sofia Carson released a new song “Miss U More Than U Know” with R3HAB on the same day.
- source : meaww