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The 1st Annual Austin Music Video Festival is happening! Check out our events and plan your weekend schedule here.
Saturday, September 19 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
SCREEN AUSTIN WEIRD!

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Featuring videos that embody the "Keep Austin Weird" slogan.

Wild Child "Crazy Bird" Directed by: Christian Sorensen Hansen
Xander Harris "Night Fortress" Directed by: Melissa Cha

Wolf Triangle "Frog Legs" Directed by: Allie Lane
Slooom "Honey" Directed by: Ryan Orenstein
Megafauna "Time to Go" Directed by: Bradley Montesi
Wonderbitch "Beingness" Directed by Stephen Fishman
Boogieboy Metal Mouth "Bl_ck B_st_rds" Directed by: Directed by Christian Hardy & Jesse Russell
Whiskey Shivers "Gimme All Your Lovin'" Directed by: Rob Wadleigh
CAPYAC "Speedracer" Directed by: Ursula Barker Assitant Director: Jinni J

Wolf Triangle "Frog Legs" Directed by: Allie Lane
A visual discovery of otherworldly ritual and occult practices, Wolf Triangle and Allie Lane present "Frog Legs".

Slooom "Honey" Directed by: Ryan Orenstein
A dream about destruction; mind, body, environment and soul. Also, theres a dog in the video.

Megafauna "Time to Go" Directed by: Bradley Montesi
A new energy drink called Megafauna is sweeping the country with its distinctive notes of euphoria and transcendentalism....or so the early 90s commercials would like you to think.

Wonderbitch "Beingness" Directed by Stephen Fishman

Blue girl is all business, and then she finds beingness. 

Boogieboy Metal Mouth "Bl_ck B_st_rds" Directed by: Directed by Christian Hardy & Jesse Russell

The Official Music Video for Boogie Boy Metal Mouth's "Black Bastards". Cinematography by Paul Orr.

Whiskey Shivers "Gimme All Your Lovin'" Directed by: Rob Wadleigh

Shot in one day in the summer of 2011 in an un-airconditioned warehouse in East Austin. The effect was created using a modified dolly/jib combo. The set was an amateur construction that barely held together over the course of the day. The band was kept nourished with a steady supply of whiskey administered via turkey baster by Kelsey Wilson — also the special effects makeup artist and "dead girl" in the shoot.  

CAPYAC "Speedracer" Directed by: Ursula Barker Assitant Director: Jinni J
For "Speedracer", I initially approached CAPYAC about shooting a kind of avant-garde video in an abstract blank space. I wanted the video to be very visually stimulating, utilitzing intense opposites with a tri-tone aesthetic. We chose the color extremes of black and white, with an accent color of yellow, to produce a very stimulating image. Simplicity and form were the main things we wanted to focus on, as CAPYAC presents themselves as a band whose music one should dance to. I made the video with huge help from JinniJ, my assistant director. She, CAPYAC and I collectively produced and did the art direction for the video, with the huge help from local choreographer Billie Secular. Billie created all of the movements in the video from the dancers in black, and really has a fresh approach to body movement. We thought it worked very well with the CAPYAC image--- something strange and different. The main inspiration for the video came from photography and videography that inspires me as an artist on a daily basis. Stark contrasts and abstract space specifically with bodies in postmodern photography are a huge influence on my work.  


Saturday September 19, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Empire Control Room & Garage 606 E 7th St, Austin, TX 78701

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