@Videostatic Florida Georgia Line "Sippin On Fire" (Marc Klasfeld, dir.) http://t.co/2DP9O1g0IU 1 day 20 hours ago
@jus10p How you going to title yourself a director when your reel is you shooting behind the scenes of photo shoots? #GTFO 1 day 5 hours ago
@iamdiddy ATTENTION MIAMI Get to ivymiamifl NOW!!! Im taking over with my brothas @funkflex x djkhaled x… https://t.co/JDfsWVCLF5 7 hours 8 min ago
@davidguetta Follow me on @periscopeco ! Something cool is coming ... #Periscope 1 day 9 hours ago
@iamdiddy ATTENTION MIAMI Get to ivymiamifl NOW!!! Im taking over with my brothas @funkflex x djkhaled x… https://t.co/Y6VVpy0zsU 7 hours 8 min ago
@questlove @questlove Periscope need to make it easier to get on. 1 day 20 hours ago
@Videostatic Director AG Rojas tackles a senseless Cop/Kid dynamic in this powerful new video for @runjewels "Close Yr Eyes…" @THISISMAINLINE 1 day 18 hours ago
@iamdiddy RT @FaShoDoe: True life I made the first sxsw finesse documentary. <Send it to us 13 hours 6 min ago
@JosephKahn Now it takes 2 shots to see what a character is reading because of e books. 14 hours 18 min ago
@ColinTilley RT @matthewagunloye: @VICE 'Mr. Happy' is probably the best short film I've ever seen 14 hours 29 min ago
@ColinTilley RT @N_Dyer1990: Just saw Mr. Happy for the first time. I almost cried. 14 hours 33 min ago
@JosephKahn Never regret. Unless you sexually turned down a nerd who ended up being rich, famous, and powerful. Then regret that. 1 hour 47 min ago
@ColinTilley RT @latoriaaa: I'm crying from mr.happy!!! 7 hours 6 min ago
@Videostatic Torche "Annihilation Affair" (Phil Mucci, dir.) http://t.co/jQUsiBTe0F 15 hours 30 min ago

Phaeleh "Whistling in the Dark" (Raquél Aly, dir.)

A beautiful b&w study of motion that's as beguiling as a Rorshach Test. 

Raquel Aly, director: "The first time I heard Phaeleh’s 'Whistling in the Dark' I was immediately moved by the track's capacity to instill a dark and sinister playfulness as well as a beautiful sense of longing which lapses into despair. And yet there is an elusive promise there. Something that teases and invites. I immediately recalled Norman McLaren’s 1960’s experimental masterpiece titled ‘Pas De Deux.’ His was the technique I wanted to explore, while creating a video as surreal and ghostly as the music. Giving some of the footage the kaleidoscope treatment, created a warped though balanced symmetry. Though I prefer the Directors-cut, I admit that blurring the dancer in the original release version, breathed a foetal mystery into her dance. And of course the black moor gold fish. There is something fantastic and primordial about this elegant creature. I couldn’t get enough of him"

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