The stop motion video for Cat Stevens’ “Where Do The Children Play?”

Where Do The Children Play?“, Cat Stevens‘ famous song first released in 1970 on the album “Tea for the Tillerman” has never been so current. That’s why director Chris Hopewell, with Black Dog Films – the production company he works for – has created a new stop motion video clip for the song.

The video shows a post-apocalyptic way, where plastic and waste have overwhelmed everything, leaving monuments, houses, streets to total degradation. But, if the video shows a world now difficult to save, the making of the film gives us hope for a better future, in fact, Chris Hopewell himself told us that more than 90% of the objects used for the sets and scenes are recycled and recyclable.

The stop motion video for Cat Stevens’ “Where Do The Children Play?”
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