Filmmaker Saam Farahmand says this short film is "inspired by the music and the magic of Daughn Gibson," a Pennsylvania born-and-bred singer who sounds like a reconnection to old weird America. Gibson stars in the piece, which is centered around his 2012 track "A Young Girl's World," and is a dark coming of age story, with Gibson ready to move on (which is different from wanting to move out).
Just when you think you have this Miike Snow video figured out, it gets weirder and weirder and weirder. Note: Never get rhinoplasty by a child wielding hedge clippers on a spaceship. Never. --> watch "Paddling Out"
Miike Snow"Padding Out" (Sony UK)Andreas Nilsson, director | Greg Haggart, producer | Furlined, production co | Lana Kim @ Hundreds + Thousands, rep | Fredrik Backar, DP | Arianna Tomasettig @ Final Cut Edit, editor | Marshall Plante @ Ntropic, colorist
While Shatner continues to plague us with Priceline ads, Leonard Nimoy enjoys the lazy life in this alternate version of Bruno Mars "The Lazy Song." When he's not wandering around the neighborhood and scaring the local Ginger kids, he's at home smoking weed and chilling out. May the force be with him. --> watch "The Lazy Song"
Jason Botkin has announced the closing of his production company, Streetgang Films to join Furlined in an executive producer role. Streetgang was founded in 2003. An official sign-off from the company and updated contact info can be found at streetgangfilms.com...The Furlined directorial roster boasts:
Nez (USA only)
Terri Timely (USA only)
Dougal Wilson (USA only)
Labuda Management is repping for the U.S.; Alexa Haywood @ Free Agent for the U.K.
The bald hairy rotund slimeball dating the hot young starlet is classic Hollywood. Director Andreas Nilsson's tale for this Yeasayer video is similar to that, but blown out to full wackiness with an actual hairy testicular-shaped creature capturing the heart of actual starlet Kristen Bell.
Screw acting lessons. Wannabe thespians looking to get in touch with their innermost pain and trauma just need a few seconds sitting across from indie rocker St. Vincent. That's all it takes to reduce them to tears.
Everybody Hurts. Sometimes. While that's what the this Modest Mouse video hints at with its opening scene of a disconsolate man exiting his car during an interminable traffic jam, this video is anything but maudlin. Instead, our hero disrobes to his shorts and begins to hacky sack that pain away. The fun continues through a few more locations where, as befits the song title, he's basically ignored. --> watch "Invisible"