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Saturday, September 19 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
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Featuring boundary pushing videos that are not safe for work but just fine for AMVF.

Wonderbitch "Beingness" Directed by: Stephen Fishman
LEV "Never Let You Go" Directed by: Aaron Brown
Danny Malone "Spiderlegs" Directed by: Bradley Linton
CHRISTEENE "Fuk v29" Directed by: PJ Raval
Jinx McGee "All the Dirty Things" Directed by: Taylor Powell, John Mcgee
Slooom "Honey" Directed by: Ryan Orenstein 
Adam Carmichael "Self Destruction" Directed by: Adam Carmichael, Bad JohnPaul
Corduroi "Mermaid Island" Directed by: Chris Dock Davis

Wonderbitch "Beingness" Directed by: Stephen Fishman
Blue girl is all business, and then she finds beingness.

LEV "Never Let You Go" Directed by: Aaron Brown
A disgruntled housewife in the 60's dreams of snuffing her cheating husband. And necrophilia.

CHRISTEENE "Fuk v29" Directed by: PJ Raval
Welcome to "FUK V29", the 8th installment of the CHRISTEENE Video Collection. Sit back. Open your mouths. Spread your legs. Don't hide nuthin'.

Directed by PJ Raval
Starring CHRISTEENE 
Song Produced by Graham Reynolds
Featuring T-Gravel
Cinematography by Mike Simpson
Edited by Victoria Chalk
Gaffer: Caleb Kuntz

Dead Love Club "Something Goin On" Directed by: Teresa Jolie
Music Video for the eclectic Austin-based band Dead Love Club, covering Frida/Phil Collins' "I Know There's Something Going On." A provocative video, displaying imagery of various compromising situations that imply "something is definitely going on." Featuring well-known Austin rapper Zeale.  

Jinx McGee "All the Dirty Things" Directed by: Taylor Powell, John Mcgee
"All The Dirty Things" is a chocolaty whirlwind of sexuality. It was directors Taylor Powell and John McGee's first attempt at the art of green screen, and it was inspired by musical legends such as R. Kelly and Al Green.

Slooom "Honey" Directed by: Ryan Orenstein 
A dream about destruction; mind, body, environment and soul. Also, theres a dog in the video.
 
Adam Carmichael "Self Destruction" Directed by: Adam Carmichael, Bad JohnPaul
The concept for "Self Destruction" began at the very heart of the song. Adam wrote the song to represent the need in human nature to destroy something when it is good or to self destruct, whether it be in life or relationships. 

With that in mind, Adam Carmichael and Bad JohnPaul wrote out the concept and story board for the video. They created an idealized and glamorous version of a musician's life, creating almost a characture of Adam's own life. They incorporated all aspects that could be considered destructive. Some plot points were fictitious and some were autobiographical to Adam's life. One interesting detail was the homage to the Robert Palmer video "Addicted to Love" which ties the video together.

The cast was comprised of friends, artists, actors, and musicians that were all Austin locals. Tina Rodriguez who is the sister or Director Robert Rodriguez, and who's resume includes films like "Inglorious Bastards" and "Death Proof" played a staring role. Every actor completely immersed themselves in the roles. At times Adam would take real punches from Lead actress Rita Buhler. One interesting fact is that the actress Jessica who played the role of the photographer, later turned out to be a notorious ex federal con-artist who was wanted all over the country. 

The production took place over two weeks with little to no budget. All locations, sets, styling, makeup, and hair were generously donated to the production by friends and fellow artists. The filming would take place all day and long into the night. There was an ominous cloud lingering over the production with all of the negative emotions having to be portrayed.

All of the post production was completed by Adam Carmichael, from the mixing to the editing of the film.

This film is a piece of our hearts and was created with blood, sweat, tears, and the passion of a family coming together to create something larger than themselves. 
 

Directors
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Aaron Brown

Director, Onion Creek Productions
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John McGee

If you had to either a) listen to Alice in Chains on repeat for the rest of your life or b) a demon would come and break the collar bones of your lover every 5 years... WHICH WOULD YOU CHOOSE?


Saturday September 19, 2015 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Holy Mountain 617 E 7th St, Austin, TX 78701

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