Producer Alon Juwal Teams Up With Indie Icon ‘Sunny War’ For Her New Music Video

Producer Alon Juwal

Earlier this month, LA based producer Alon Juwal who is widely known for his award-winning feature films, short films, music videos and commercials, teamed up with famous indie icon Sunny War for her upcoming music video, “Gotta Live It”.

The music video is scheduled to shoot in Los Angeles on December 2017 and will be directed by British film & music video director, Tom Edwards.

To those who do not know his background, Alon began making films at the age of ten with his father’s old Super-8 camera, shooting and editing all of his family’s vacation movies. It inspired him to fall in love with the art of cinema. He formed his high school’s cinema club and later graduated with honors from the New York Film Academy with A BFA in Filmmaking. Soon after, he became a producer and has since been involved with a large number of productions, in the US and abroad.

Alon has produced a large number of award winning short films, feature films, music videos and commercials, like “Visitors” which played at the Newport Beach Film Festival, The Napa Valley Film Festival and the New York City International Film Festival. His film “Castor” also showed at the Catalina Film Festival and the Student Filmmaker Awards.

Alon has three feature films in pre-production: The foreign adventure drama, “A Golden Heart”, the sci-fi thriller, “Bright Blue”, and the spectacular war drama, “Tip of the Spear”. Alon is also slated to produce two more music videos — “War” by the artist Westside FX and Silent by EDM artist VALU. Alon also recently produced the commercial for the successful phone app, “Time2Meet”.

Life in Hollywood has not affected his humble personality. Alon still remains a big fan of directors M. Night Shaymalan, Terrance Malick and Peter Jackson and has often said that he “would kill for an opportunity to collaborate with them”. Alon is currently represented by Michelle Parimore from Parimore Entertainment.

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