After teaming up for “An Oversimplification of Her Beauty,” director Terence Nance creates a magical realist dance odyssey for The Dig’s “You & I” EP.
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Mario Hugo provides direction, design, and illustration for the 'Future People' single off Alabama Shakes album, Sound & Color. Video by Mario Hugo, animation in collaboration with Tigrelab, with support by Dan Hennessy at Hugo & Marie.
Main - Otis Calvin III
Cop1 - Terrell Fox
Cop2 - Gary Lundstrom
Victim1 - Astro King Phoenix
Victim2 - Lord Vintage
Victim3 - Vandell Harris
Director/DoP/Editor - Stephan Gray
1st AC/Phantom Op - Noah Abe
Phantom Op/Tech - Ryan Hills
Movi Operator - Justin Brown
Underwater Tech - Sunshine Whitton
Grip/PA - Kenny Loewy
Producer - Zack Tupper
Associate Producer - Kyle Seago
Firearm Technician - Wade Gaugren
Lighting Tech - Josh Eveline
Dog Owners - Jeff Skierka & Roslyn Hyde
- Sunshine Whitton
- Bert Skura
- Freefly Systems
- Melissa Gray
- Tyler Doran
- Eagle Son Williams
- John Laughery
- Tred Baylis
- Shawn Shelton
(from the director)
S/O to all the officers in uniform who live true to the words, "To Serve And Protect". Thank you for all of your efforts to improve safety and genuinely keep the peace.
To all the officers in uniform who only serve and protect themselves...to those filled with hate...those unqualified to possess a firearm... unfit to be an authority figure... to those who have unjustly taken the lives of others...and continue to go without consequence......may your swine body rot on the floors of pandemonium, eyes open for eternity.
You can't talk about electronic music without mentioning Detroit. That's why in the second edition of Real Scenes, RA and Bench went to the city which birthed the genre we now call techno.
Detroit has always had a creative streak, due in large part to the boom and subsequent bust of the auto industry. Quite simply, Detroit is a city of extremes, and its music reflects that. These days, Detroit's importance in the global electronic music scene is often referred to in the past tense. When we visited the city, though, we found a number of artists with their eyes (and ears) firmly set towards the future. After our time in the Motor City, it's clear to us that Detroit will endure and innovate for years to come.
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