@JosephKahn Threatening citizens to get on their knees and beg doesn't sound like Mussolini or Stalin at all... https://t.co/ifGYVRkEzT 20 hours 6 min ago
@JosephKahn I find men who sexually assault so weird. A woman doesn't want you. Accept the L. Go home and beat off to porn, loser. 1 day 12 hours ago
@JosephKahn I think the Democrats should run on more than "everything is free." 23 hours 36 min ago
@JosephKahn Cool guys don't look at explosions. djkhaled ・・・ Music movies 🎥 FATHER OF ASAHD THE ALBUM MAY 17 !… https://t.co/pZabml4l4P 18 hours 40 min ago
@JosephKahn Michael Che on white women and pit bulls. https://t.co/LVGAthSwLA 1 day 10 hours ago
@questlove Went with a friend to see The Rollins Band in their hardcore prime. I wore Birkenstocks (why😑why😑why)—I naively arr… https://t.co/EtFjVmPfJB 1 day 9 hours ago
@Diddy Move with strategy, not emotion. 1 day 14 hours ago
@JosephKahn When you have no creativity, just write to people "but go off." It makes it seem like you kind of have thoughts. 21 hours 6 min ago
@JosephKahn It's interesting how young people are so eager to say common words or catchphrases to reinforce conformist behavior. But go off. 20 hours 53 min ago
@markromanek I like to call this one, “Pit Stop to Paradise.” Happy Easter! https://t.co/UOpuMYM9RZ 1 day 12 hours ago
@Videostatic Anonymous Content. Propaganda Films. Satellite Films. A titan in the music video world and beyond. https://t.co/LKkJrMtKAd 1 day 22 hours ago
@questlove Cats like Morrison were like dime/dozen in Europe: they’d watch bootleg Boyz In The Hood/Men… https://t.co/Ec29jJc8F1 10 hours 37 min ago
@questlove ☔️🌂🌂🌂God knew I needed a album this snowy purple April🌂🌂🌂 ☔️ https://t.co/AXk2BrKW9p 1 day 14 hours ago

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Yung Pinch "Nightmares" (Mike Diva, dir.)

Lord Danger’s Mike Diva, known for vibrant and wildly original films that blend animation and live action, has teamed up with rappers Yung Pinch and Lil Skies to create a haunting neo-future music video for their new track, "Nightmare.” Set to a song about heartbreak stemming from one’s inner demons, the video employs Japanese and anime inspired imagery to create a world where our troubles manifest and materialize into the masks we wear — and where the damage done is deadly.

Wrabel "The VIllage" (Dano Cerny, dir.)

Actor August Aiden portrays a trans teen who stops seeking to fit in at home and at school, and instead decides to let his colors shine without any shame or fear. 

Dano Cerny, director: "The biggest challenge was finding a young trans actor who felt comfortable in the role. When I met August, he had never acted before but he was so comfortable with who he was that he was able to step into the role without fear and we were really lucky to find him. Mego (Lin, DP) and I went about shooting most scenes really intimately, just us and the actors. I wanted to feature real trans actors, so in addition to August, a lot of our background talent at the school are Trans actors playing themselves as students. 

We were on set together the morning Trump announced the Transgender Military ban. I remember being in the kitchen with Wrable and August (lead actor) discussing how it suddenly felt like a call to action for us as artist. We were angry and frustrated but had this video to use as our way to spread love at time when we all could use so more of it. We wanted to include Trump’s presence subtly in the video to make him accountable for the lives he is impacting, the behavior he’s condoning and the people who suffer because of his choices. We all suffer as a community, but it really impacts people lives and we wanted to tell one version of the many stories out there about young people finding themselves."