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Saturday, September 19 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm

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Featuring select videos that make you say aww. #warmandfuzzies

Dana Falconberry "Possum Song"  Directed by: Kevin Ford, Transistor 6
Hailey Tuck "Sunday Morning" Directed by: Jethro Massey
Redeye "The Other Way" Directed by: Caroline Ruffault
Reed Turner "I Got Love" Directed by: Reid Connell

The Migrant Kids "Canvas of Me" Directed by: Bryan O'Flynn
144000  "Submarine" Directed by: Kadie Spinks
T. Hardy Morris "Audition Tapes" Directed by: Christopher Morse, Transistor 6 
Three Bones "Hold on To Ya" Directed by: Gene Bigio
Mother Falcon "Just to See Her Smile" Directed by: David Bukstein

Dana Falconberry "Possum Song" Directed by: Kevin Ford, Transistor 6
The Transistor Six Original Film for "Possum Song" was shot on Super 8 and Lomokino 35mm at the Barton Creek Greenbelt here in Austin and is the first of our Original Film Series. The song is about realizing you are not alone in a world with so much beautiful nature around. At one point in the film Dana puts down the guitar, walks off the film set and does a bit of teleportation through the magic of overlapping Super 8 film into a beautiful riverbed with the moon out. She then makes her way back from her journey to end the song where she left off.

Hailey Tuck "Sunday Morning" 
Directed by: Jethro Massey
An American in Paris… Texan jazz singer Hailey Tuck in a 1920s style music video for her cover of Maroon 5’s song “Sunday Morning”
The shoot for the film was pretty much completely improvised - Hailey was in Paris to shoot another video with Jethro, they finished that one ahead of schedule, so with a couple of days to spare, they called up a few friends and ran around the city to put the film together with no more than a camera, an assistant, a few super outfits and one incredible automobile lent by their retrophile buddies... The shoot might have been easy, but the post-production to get a real 1920s vintage film look was quite something else... You can read more about the project in this article on Film Buzz... 


Redeye "The Other Way" 
Directed by: Caroline Ruffault
The video was inspired by the first scenes of the wild ride, a short movie directed by Harvey Berman in 1960 and starring young Jack Nicholson as a rebellious punk who spends his days between partying and troublemaking. I think I was watching this movie and listening to the Redeye song at the same time. The band had told me they wanted a night video and I felt that having people dancing with a fifties feeling worked great on the music. Since we had no budget for the video, we asked a friend to dance and borrow the car of Barbara, the bass player of the band and made a simple video.

Reed Turner "I Got Love" Directed by: Reid Connell
Directed by Reid Connell and produced by Top Girl Productions. This video features Reed Turner and Phoebe Hunt, and was shot at White Horse and various other Austin locations.

The Migrant Kids "Canvas of Me" 
Directed by: Bryan O'Flynn
Migrant Kids' first official music video from their self-titled debut album.

144000  "Submarine" 
Directed by: Kadie Spinks
Collaboration was inspired over band & filmmaker's mutual appreciation for stream-of-consciousness recording practices; the actors played themselves, the filmmaker observed with camera, cut and assembled the pictures via emotional improvisation and the song you hear was played by the band live in one take.

This picture-ditty would like to thank spontaneity, friendship and the railway for its existence.

T. Hardy Morris "Audition Tapes" Directed by: Christopher Morse, Transistor 6 

Audition Tapes, is about that window of time when you're not a kid anymore but you're far from grown up. You don't want to be at home necessarily, but you can't drive yet so you're stuck in this little bubble of making the most with your given surroundings; your neighborhood, your friends. 
This film was shot entirely on Super 8 in Austin TX. It features members of Residual Kid who are also Austin based. T. Hardy Morris is also in the band Dead Confederate.

Three Bones "Hold on To Ya" 
Directed by: Gene Bigio
Austin-based quartet [Three Bones]' dreamy watercolor shoegaze and lo-fi pop is charged with a lot of soul, thanks in large part to the vocals Victoria de Benedicty. Take a moment to soak in their groovy single "Hold On To Ya" - KUTX
Music Video for Three Bones' debut single, "Hold On To Ya" from their debut LP "Haven't You Heard."
Directed by Three Bones and Gene Bigio at 7 Point Vision.
Cinematography and editing by Gene Bigio.
All rights reserved, Three Bones, 2015.

Mother Falcon "Just to See Her Smile" 
Directed by: David Bukstein
Space Boy saves the world again in this elementary school play satirizing retro science fiction epics, set to the song Just to see her smile by Mother Falcon.

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David Bukstein

Director/Producer, Buk Films
David Bukstein is a Producer, Director, Writer, Cinematographer and Editor working in Austin Texas since 2005. Growing up in Austin he was exposed to a strong and supportive independent film-making community. While attending the University of Texas' Radio, Television and Film program... Read More →

Saturday September 19, 2015 3:00pm - 4:00pm CDT
The Sidewinder 715 Red River St. Austin, TX 78701

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