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Saturday, September 19 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
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Featuring select headbanging and ____ rocking videos!

Immortal Guardian "Walk Alone" Directed by: Andrew Gonzales
Riverboat Gamblers "Blue Ghosts" Directed by: Justin Wilson

Transit Method "Artificial Genesis" Directed by: Kenny Lewis & Randy Charles Jenereaux
Seek Irony "Devil In Me" Directed by: Jared Aja
Ume "Black Stone" Directed by: Justin Wilson

Disturbed "The Animal" Directed by: Charlie Terrell
True Widow "S:H:S" Directed by: Justin Wilson
The Well "Mortal Bones" Directed by: Andy Ray Lemon

Transit Method "Artificial Genesis" Directed by: Kenny Lewis & Randy Charles Jenereaux
"Artificial Genesis" is the debut music video from Austin band Transit Method. It was filmed by Kenny Lewis and Randy Charles Jenereaux of KLews Films during their trek across the USA to film 50 music videos across the country. The journey was made into a documentary called "If You Don't Love It, Change It". This song is about the rise of A.I. and its eventual seize of power over the human race. It was debuted on June 26, 2015 digitally via Do512.com and screened for the first time at Red 7 in Austin that same day in tandem with a performance by the band.

Immortal Guardian "Walk Alone" Directed by: Andrew Gonzales
"A Manchurian Candidate inspired music video of a schizophrenic sleeper-cell on a mission to assassinate your favorite Texas heavy metal shredders Immortal Guardian."

Seek Irony "Devil In Me" Directed by: Jared Aja
The concept of this video was created by the band and then developed with the production team (A-Town Production).
We wanted to show multiple characters dealing with their own demons throughout their daily routine but also showing how they were all connected by hiding something from everyone. 

Characters and Addiction:
House Wife / Alcohol
Troubled Teenager / Drugs
Therapist / Porn Addiction
Stripper / Fast Money
ambulance driver / Anger

We used a real ambulance, equipment and trained ems staff in the video to replicate an authentic process of some being picked up and transported to the hospital. 
The video was recorded in a raw format on a Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera which was then color graded with Davinci Resolve.
The video was recorded in Austin,Tx

Ume "Black Stone" Directed by: Justin Wilson
In a black lit warehouse, Ume shreds to a frenzied crowd. The band is eventually overtaken in a psychedelic squish fest.

Riverboat Gamblers "Blue Ghosts" Directed by: Justin Wilson
The Gamblers narrowly escape certain death as they're chased through a huge wooden maze and into a sacrificial ceremony. This is the sequel and prequel to "Heart Conditions", as the videos are meant to be played in loop: https://vimeo.com/66586753 
The album trailer that started it all: https://vimeo.com/41450412  
Director of Photography: Joe Simon

True Widow "S:H:S" Directed by: Justin Wilson
In long takes, True Widow plays amongst antiques. As the music takes a psychedelic turn, so does this black and white video. So far, a non-guessable technique was utilized for the video's climax, which we found only because we shot in b&w, proving limitations can turn out to be advantages.

The Well "Mortal Bones" Directed by: Andy Ray Lemon
An attempt to simply capture the raw power of Austin metal band The Well being themselves on stage, shot live on Super 8 film and VHS in a nod to late night cable access TV shows.   

Directors
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Andrew Gonzales

Director / Director of Photography, Digestible Media
Commercial, Documentary, Music Video
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Andy Ray Lemon

writer/producer/director, Youth Racket Tapes
Andy Ray Lemon has worked as Programming Director for the Austin Underground Film Festival; videographer for Psych Fest and Troma; curator for Kinemastik in Malta, Art Outside Fest, Spider House, and I Luv Video; and has written for the Onion AV Club, the San Antonio Express News... Read More →
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Jared Aja (A-Town Production)

Creative Director - Founder, A-Town Production
What we do: CREATIVE VIDEO CONTENT & ​MARKETING STRATEGIES Who we do this for: aspiring entreprenuers, inventors, artisans, non-profit, education and anything cool in or around Austin, Texas
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Charlie Terrell

Owner/Art Director, Daddy Van Productions


Saturday September 19, 2015 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Empire Control Room & Garage 606 E 7th St, Austin, TX 78701

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