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Friday, September 18 • 7:00pm - 8:00pm
VIDZ WITH KIDZ (TRAIL OF DEAD PREMIERE)

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Videos that showcase a child or children as main characters with the grand finale being the epic premiere of Trail of Dead's "Lie Without A Liar" video.

Bob Schneider "The Effect" Directed by: Charlie Schwan
Sammie Zanona "Youth Going' Bad" Directed by: Ya'ke Smith
Messages "Sunshine" Directed by: Jonathan Horstmann
Ume "Within My Bones" Directed by: Jeremy Ward 
Scott Zuniga "Isla's Promise" Directed by: Garrett Gibbons
Mother Falcon "Just to See Her Smile" Directed by: David Bukstein
Quiet Company "Fear and Fallacy..." Directed by: Justin Kirchhoff
Gary Clark Jr. "When My Train Pulls In" Directed by: Carmela Makela
Trail of Dead "Lie Without A Liar" Directed by: Hugo Zesati 

Bob Schneider "The Effect" Directed by: Charlie Schwan
Bob Schneider's official video for "The Effect".

Sammie Zanona "Youth Going' Bad" Directed by: Ya'ke Smith
A music video for the single "Youth Goin' Bad" written and performed by Sammie Zonana, available now on iTunes.

Ume "Within My Bones" Directed by: Jeremy Ward
I wanted to do a video that definitely had a story but wasn't necessarily all apparent on the first viewing. I like stories that are a little bit of work to figure out. This one has three distinct parts Childhood that is shown with water and sand. (Very malleable.) Adolescence which is shown as a forest. (Things growing and taking shape.) Adulthood is represented as an artifice of rigid metal and plastic forming a monument of our earliest desires. 
The mother takes her child to the beach. Something happens and the child is left alone. The child builds a shelter with things she finds on the beach, but we discover when she is older that she has never left the beach or stopped waiting for her mother to return. She has spent her life building a castle like the sand castle she once built with her mother. 
Ume's album is entitled Monuments and I wanted the video to be about one. The song, to me, was about loss so I wanted the monument to be about the kind of loss you never recover from. The castle is a monument to her loss but it is also meant to be about all of us building monuments to the loss of childhood.  

Scott Zuniga "Isla's Promise" Directed by: Garrett Gibbons
Austin musician and hopeless romantic Scott Zuniga chases his muse in and out of various bodies of freezing water throughout the Pacific Northwest.

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.

Quiet Company "Fear and Fallacy..." Directed by: Justin Kirchhoff
"Fear & Fallacy, Sitting in a Tree" is from the Quiet Company album, "We Are All Where We Belong."

Gary Clark Jr. "When My Train Pulls In" Directed by
This video means so much to me. When I heard the track for the first time, I fell in love instantly. The treatment/concept flowed freely - I was able to pull from a lot of intimate, personal experiences. Luckily for me, along with having the best crew in the world, i was also lucky enough to end up with the most amazing, talented cast. Our lead girl blew me away throughout the entire process, and Keith, our lead guy, was a total dream. It was the most fun ive ever had on a shoot and it'll be tough to beat. 



Directors
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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 →


Friday September 18, 2015 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Holy Mountain 617 E 7th St, Austin, TX 78701

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