1. MTV Blame MTV "Sign Language"

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    October 2003. Directed by David Horowitz for MTV back in the day. Edited by Nathan Byrne, I personally love this one.

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    • Spike 'I'm a BM'er' BMS Admissions Video Spoof

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      If you're constantly horny, stoned or a little bit developmentally challenged, you'll fit right in at Blue Mountain State. Watch the video and I'm sure you'll want to be a BM'er too.

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      • Cleve Pozar: "I Did the Number"

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        I first heard about the man now known as Cleve Pozar in 1999, when I was a DJ at a college-radio station in NYC. I grew to love his otherworldly percussion on Bill Dixon's Intents and Purposes, an avant-garde jazz classic from 1967 (at which time Cleve still went by his birth name, Robert). I tracked down two of Cleve's solo LPs—including a great self-released, undated record titled simply Cleve Solo Percussion—and my interest snowballed. I contacted Bill Dixon and others to see if anyone knew what had became of Cleve, but no one had any info. Six or seven years later, I blogged about the mysterious Cleve Pozar. It wasn't a "Have you seen this man?" post, so much as a tribute to Cleve's small yet substantial recorded legacy. About six months later, I received this one-line e-mail: "Bob Pozar is Cleve Pozar. I am Cleve." It was the man himself, and it turned out that he was then living just a few subway stops away from me in Brooklyn. We met for two Q&A sessions, which segued into plain, old hanging out. I told him I was a fellow drummer, and we quickly bonded. I learned about his remarkable life story (from a small-town Midwestern upbringing to the thriving Ann Arbor experimental-music scene of the early '60s, the early free-jazz period in NYC and way beyond), and that since the '70s, he'd become deeply immersed in the Afro-Cuban percussion tradition of Batà. I thought that maybe I should start filming him; Laal Shams, my then-girlfriend (now wife!), agreed and we bought a camera. For the next several years, from roughly 2008 to 2011, we documented Cleve in a variety of settings: performing, practicing, repairing equipment, doing odd jobs and simply chilling in Brooklyn, and visiting his mother in Eveleth, the small Minnesota mining community where he grew up. I also interviewed friends, family members and associates, including Cleve's son, Mingus, his early bandmate Bob James (who wrote the theme song from Taxi and whose mid-'70s records are prized by hip-hop sample hounds) and his longtime friend and collaborator Cooper-Moore. What you'll see here is a brief trailer sourced from this footage and edited with the invaluable help of Dan Scofield. It is my hope that we can raise the funds necessary to turn this into a proper documentary short. A formal fund-raising plan is in the works, but for now, anyone interested in contributing to the project, please contact me at hank [dot] shteamer [at] timeoutny [dot] com. I also welcome comments, questions or any other feedback you might have. Thanks for watching, Hank Shteamer, 3/6/12 http://www.hankshteamer.com http://www.danscofieldstudio.com

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        • MTV Blame MTV "Bat Mitzvah"

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          October 2003. Directed by David Horowitz for MTV back in the day. Edited by Nathan Byrne. We won quite a few awards for this one.

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          • Del Taco Super Special Show: Webisode 02

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            Horny Mermaids, Battling Small People, Old Fishermen, Burping Chins and the Sauce Packet Theatre

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            • MTV Palm

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              MTV doesn't play music anymore. This, like the other Old Wives Tales that were part of this campaign, isn't exactly true (although maybe it is, a little). Agency: MTV On-Air Promos Music: Look What You've Done, Jet

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              • Boost Mobile Bull Shit Detection Center

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                Rampage Jackson is an American mixed martial artist and actor. He is the UFC Light Heavyweight Champion (at time of writing this). He also plays B.A. Baracus in The A-Team feature film. I edited this little video for Boost Mobile, with Mekanism director David Horowitz. It was made to be played at a UFC stadium fight on the Jumbo-Tron. I hope you enjoy it. Nathan

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                • Boost Mobile 'Bullshit Detection Center' Full

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                  The extended version of Rampage Jackson's Bullshit Detection Center Video

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                  • Our Mission: Paul Revere Time in America

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                    The mission and programs of the David Horowitz Freedom Center Visit the link to contribute: https://dhfc.nationbuilder.com/support_us

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                    • Kixeye 'The Interview'

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                      With 250,000 hits in two day's, this is the mother of all recruitment video's. Kixeye lampoons their competition (Zynga, Kabaam and EA Games) in this very funny video.

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