@Videostatic Marshmello & Anne-Marie "Friends" (Hannah Lux Davis, dir.) https://t.co/nbWWUK7r7F #video #musicvideo 1 day 20 hours ago

In Production

ASH "Moondust" (Andrew Baird, dir.)

short film for european rock band ASH for their new album, Kablammo featuring 3 songs - For Eternity, Dispatch, Moondust coming soon 'a man and woman, coming out of a ferocious relationship of raw emotion  find true redemption after a tragedy. a journey from darkness to light' Written and Directed by Andrew Baird Director of Photography: Tobia Sempi, A.I.C. Drone Dp : Adam Guy Production : Dave Campbell Cast: Jospeh Le Miux and Vittoria Colonna Di Stigliano

Baird is represented by Sheira Rees-Davies at Scheme Engine for Music Film  

Taylor Swift & Director Joseph Kahn Leak "Wildest Dreams" Teaser

Never trust director Joseph Kahn when he says he's shooting either a tampon commercial, or a toothpaste commercial

The tampon spot wound-up being his Internet destroying Power/Rangers rebootleg, and the toothpaste commercial is his third music video for music business overlordess Taylor Swift.

"Wildest Dreams" will debut on Sunday, August 30 as part of the MTV VMA Pre-Show. A teaser is out now that just begs you to Zapruder that shit frame by frame, but I'll save you some trouble:

  • The love interest is actor Scott Eastwood, son of Clint
  • The location is Africa (aka: land of Zebras)
  • And if you freeze frame that slate and get confused about it saying the director is G. Musterhausen and thinking Taylor is working with a dead man, you need to rewatch Kahn's "Knights Of Cydonia" and pay attention to the credits.

Justin Bieber Teasing "What Do You Mean" Video

While a practical who's who of music (and otherwise) celebrities — from Chris Martin to Ellen to Tori Kelly to Alanis Morissette — taking part in a daily countdown to the August 28 launch of Justin Bieber's comeback single "What Do You Mean," all reports seem to indicate the video will be just as massive and well planned.

While lots of details are under wraps, we know it's a multiple day shoot that has a guest spot for actor John Leguizamo, and more rain than East Los Angeles has seen in maybe forever — and with big screen director Brad Furman on the other side of the camera.

Keep watch on the Bieber tick tock clock for the when the song (and maybe the video) will drop...