Marquis: "Live to Create" Video
This is the fourth promotional video for Marquis's 2002 CD, "The Flesh & Blood Show."
Comfort technology abounds in this formal sedan with big block power.
This video was created using a series of shots taken from Bitune shows in 2004.
A music video for the song "Cloud Filled". This video was shot in Seattle, WA and was made in 2004. I create music videos for my solo project (MINI LiFE) as well as other bands. I also work on soundtracks for indie films. This video along with a slew of others will be released this Christmas all around the internet so keep a lookout for them. -O
A Brentwood housewife and her district attorney husband. A Persian store owner. Two police detectives who also are lovers. A black television director and his wife. A Mexican locksmith. Two carjackers. A rookie cop. A middle-aged Korean couple. They all live in Los Angeles, and in the next 36 hours, they will all collide. A provocative, unflinching look at the complexities of racial conflict in America, "Crash" is that rare cinematic event--a film that challenges audiences to question their own prejudices. Diving headlong into the diverse melting pot of post-9/11 Los Angeles, this compelling urban drama tracks the volatile intersections of a multi-ethnic cast, examining fear and bigotry from multiple perspectives as characters careen in and out of each other's lives. No one is safe in the battle zone of intolerance. And no one is immune to the simmering rage that sparks violence and changes lives. Funny, powerful, and always unpredictable, "Crash" boldly explores the gray area between black and white, victim and aggressor, and finds no easy solutions. "Crash" is directed by Paul Haggis from a screenplay by himself and Bobby Moresco, and stars Sandra Bullock, Don Cheadle, Matt Dillon, Jennifer Esposito, William Fichtner, Brendan Fraser, Terrence Dashon Howard, Chris "Ludacris" Bridges, Thandie Newton, Ryan Phillippe, Larenz Tate, and Nona Gaye.
This movie was nominated for an Academy Award. Click here to see videos of other Oscar nominees on Download.com.
Mark Licea's helping us out on the engineering board for the week, and today he'll help us answer two questions: has anyone ever taken a good photo of a live band, and is it possible to lose weight playing video games?
A formally innovative feature film experience, the Beastie Boys handed out 50 cameras to audience members at their sold-out performance in New York's famed Madison Square Garden in October 2004. These 50 different passionate perspectives shot from the point-of-view of the audience take the viewer deep inside the world of a live Beastie Boys show, prismatically and kinetically capturing the experience of a live musical performance like no film has ever done. The film stars Mike D (Michael Diamond), Adam Horovitz (Adrock), and Nathaniel Hornblower (Adam Yauch/MCA), who also directed.
This video features SPC Gallon, SPC Dixon, SGT Turner and SGT Beasley. SPC Holmes produced the music and PFC Rowlett played the bass over the live track. The music video was shot in Iraq, recorded in Iraq, and re-mixed in Germany. The 1st Armored Division deployed between April 2003 through August 2004.
From his cutting edge album comes the first music video from the eclectic artist Skitchy. For too long artists have had little or nothing to do with their own promo videos, but Skitchy has decided to buck that trend and created a slightly disturbed 3D animated masterpiece - by himself. 3D animation in music video is usually reserved for artists with high budgets and large teams of animators, but with this piece Skitchy has broken the mould. The video revolves around a day in the life of a robot living in a world that is part cartoon and part reality. When a gang of thugs attack he decides to get revenge. An idea comes to him when he spots something bouncing along the sidewalk - a human heart. So he grabs his shovel and heads for the cemetary... Skitchy commented "Originally I was making the video as a purely promotional piece for my music, but as time went by it took on a life of its own. When you make something comletely by yourself you have no restraints, and working in a 'virtual' 3D world gives you free reign to 'play God'. I could visualise certain scenes, and others just happened as I built and animated them."