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No Age "An Impression" (Randy Randall, Dean Spunt, dir.)

No Age direct their own clip for "An Impression," going for something as minimalist, abstract and lo-fi as their music.

Lady Gaga "Applause" (Inez & Vinoodh, dir.)

Lady Gaga isn't one to walk the fine line between cool and cartoonish. Rather, she knocks it to the ground, gives it a lap dance, and smears its face with make-...

Talking Music Videos and Videostatic.com on the Need Creative Podcast

I recently had the chance to guest on host Ben Consoli's Need Creative podcast, which covers all sorts of issues related to independent filmmaking. We had a great chat...

Borgore, Dudu Tassa "Wayak" (Gal Muggia, dir.)

The party-electro vibe of Israeli/Hollywood DJ Borgore crashes into an Egyptian lovesong in this collaboration with fellow Israeli Duda Tassa. It's brimming with Wes...

SonReal "Everywhere We Go" (Peter Huang, dir.)

If JD Harmeyer made a rap video, it would probably look this. "Everywhere We Go" is a fearlessly dorky and ludicrous homage to Napoleon Dynamite that also works as...

Chuckie f/ Lupe Fiasco, Too Short, Snow Tha Product "Makin Papers" (Larenz Tate, dir.)

DJ Chuckie orchestrates a crime caper with Lupe Fiasco, Too Short and Snow Tha Product that starts in reverse and promises to be continued...

Last Call For Camerimage Cinematography Festival Entries

The music video submission deadline for the annual Camerimage — the biggest international film festival devoted to the creation of film image by...

Avenged Sevenfold "Hail to the King" (Syndrome, dir.)

Avenged Sevenfold make the same kind of pivot with "Hail To The King" that Metallica made with "Enter Sandman." Big, bruising, simple, stylish and...

Oliver "Night Is On My Mind" (Greg Brunkalla, dir.)

Brent is not your average homeless shopping cart pusher. He's a party starter. A one-man music machine. A modern day, low rent Michael Jackson illuminating the...

Childish Gambino "Clapping For The Wrong Reasons [short film]" (Hiro Murai, dir.)

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