Multi-Award Winning Actress Bridie Latona Stars in "I Think You Know" Music Video from Kalon Hart
"I Think You Know" mirrors Kalon Hart's journey out of depression that inspired his songwriting. Bridie appears to Kalon as his muse in a dream, depicting a trio of spiritual seekers trapped in a prison-like laboratory experiment where they must repeat the same mundane daily tasks in order to survive. Bridie shows Kalon how to connect to his heart and use his creative gifts to lead the group to freedom. Shot in Los Angeles and Malibu, "I Think You Know" was directed by Ryan Forsythe (Contraband, The Old Man & His Daughter).
Born in the Nightcap Rainforest, Australia and raised in London, Bridie received the Best Actress Award at London's Rob Knox Film Festival and Best Actress at the Warner Brothers New Filmmakers Awards. Additional screen credits include: Lost Girls-Angie's Story, Timeless Eye, Inhuman Resources, Red Letter, Remnants, Edge Of The Earth, Stopping All Stations, Inhuman Resources, Foretold, Reawakened, A Brunette Kiss, Pathways, Red Rider, The Convert and Red Letter. Theatre credits include: In The Morning, The Winter's Tale, Romeo & Juliet, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Cherry Orchard and A Midsummer's Night Dream. Bridie received a BA (Acting) at the prestigious acting school QUT and studied at The Actors Studio under Elizabeth Kemp.
Kalon Hart's debut album "Love Is Surrender" explores themes of emotional growth, healing, and spiritual awakening. Drawing influence from artists such as Trevor Hall, Gregory Alan Isakov, and Bon Iver. 'Love is Surrender' was co-produced by Kalon Hart and Phil English (McFly, Diamond Head, Feeder) and recorded at El Dorado Recording in Burbank, CA. "Love Is Surrender" is now available on all streaming platforms.
Originally from Toronto, Canada, Kalon Hart aka Rob Teehan is a film composer working on TV shows such as Homeland, Jessica Jones, Elementary, Designated Survivor and The Hot Zone. Rob's film scoring credits include the award-winning documentaries The Babushkas of Chernobyl, Frame 394 and The Sugar Bowl.
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