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Saturday, September 19 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm

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Featuring the most ambitious videos that you would see on MTV if there were videos on MTV.

Mother Falcon "Kid" Directed by: Tamir Kalifa
SIGNY "Waiting for You Directed by: Keller Davis
Spoon "Inside Out" Directed by: Leblanc + Cudmore
Good Field "Business" Directed by: Zachary Scott
Max Frost "Let Me Down Easy" Directed by: Jordan Haro
Night Drive "Easy to Lie" Director, Editor, and DP: Christian Haberkern
Ume "Within My Bones" Directed by: Jeremy Ward
Sigur Ros "Varuo" Directed by: Jeff Ray
Hikes "Like Ripples" Directed by: Lobo Sucio Productions
Federale "The Blood Flowed Like Wine" Directed by: Laura Belle

Mother Falcon "Kid" Directed by: Tamir Kalifa
Official music video by Mother Falcon for the lead single from their third album, "Good Luck Have Fun"

SIGNY "Waiting for You" Directed by: Delaney Gibson
Exploring and introducing the myth of SIGNY.

Two Heroines • Two Legends • One Voice

From the "Myth of SIGNY pt. 1":

“I think you look so familiar because our voices are not really two voices, but one voice.”

SÍGNY of the SEA:
“I have been looking for you since dawn. What is your name?”


“I am also SÍGNY”

The girls grasped hands and looked out at the sea. Then they turned and looked back at the land.

“WE ARE SÍGNY,” they whispered and never let go.

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. 

Sigur Ros "Varuo" Directed by: Jeff Ray

Personally selected by Sigur Rós as an Official Finalist in The Valtari Mystery Film Experiment.
Director/Editor/Cinematographer: Jeff Ray (http://jeffrayshootsyou.com/)
Starring: Rebekah Downs & Dietrich Schmidt
Hair & Make-Up: April Downs
Special Thanks To: Dr. Michael Moossy, Dale & Glenda Rhodes, Happiness Hart & Gianna Mares, Eddie Hart & Noah Paul Mares, Randy & Becky Schmidt

Hikes "Like Ripples" Directed by: Lobo Sucio Productions

The idea spawned from a joke about Nathan Wilkins resembling Rufio, which led to the reveal that Hikes (Wilkins and Will Kauber at the time) dressed up as Peter Pan and Rufio for their first show as Hikes. These special circumstances and the unimaginable way the project and the team coalesced made this an experience we will always hold close to our heart.

We managed to book the Black Dragon Pirate Ship of South Padre Island, along with a small crew, for pro-bono shoot. With the tall order of a pirate ship filled, a flurry of travel and accommodation coordination for close to twenty people commenced (shout-out to Walker Lukens for letting the wolves use his van), paving the way for a sucio 36 hours in South Padre, including one of the most infamous nights in Lobo Sucio lore. A rag-tag group of friends, new and old — including fellow artists, filmmakers, and professional actors — filled out the cast of pirates and wenches. The peak was reached when the Black Dragon owner allowed the ship to coast around the gulf for well over an hour, allowing our Director of Photography, Croft Fite, to capture fantastic moments with a realistic oceanic backdrop.

Federale "The Blood Flowed Like Wine" Directed by: Laura Belle

Shot above Hotel Vegas in Austin, Texas using one subject and a bucket.  


Saturday September 19, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm CDT
Holy Mountain 617 E 7th St, Austin, TX 78701

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