Two teenagers have a date one night when their parents are out of town. The young lady wants to impress our young man with a surprise performance… and ends up taking it to a whole other level. The boy is caught off guard and feels awkward but it all works out in the end.
Yumi Zouma are a dream-pop band from New Zealand. Based in different cities around the world, the band collaborate online, and meet to play live. Following on from the success of their second album “Willowbank”, the band released the short four-track “EP III” in late 2018.
In Camera” was the first single from the EP, and has become one of the band’s most triumphant tracks, garnering large-scale plays on streaming services and quickly becoming a fan favourite. Written over the course of five years, the roots of ‘In Camera’ stem from one of the band’s very first ideas - an effervescent guitar riff that juxtaposes minimalist production, reflective vocal melodies, and a driving bassline reminiscent of the band’s earliest material.
Pavel Brenner is a film director based in Los Angeles who was born and raised in Russia. After working in advertising as a graphic designer and art-director, he enlisted in the film program at Art Center College of Design as a cinematographer and director. After graduating, Pavel directed a critically acclaimed music video “Acid Rain” for electronic artist Lorn, and later another music video for a French electronic artist Brodinski, called “Split”. The project for Yumi Zouma also brought Pavel to a new field - producing.
Director: Pavel Brenner
Cinematographer: Christopher Ripley
Executive Producers: Pavel Brenner, Penelope Strintz
Producers: Ella Hatamian, Stiven Luka
Production Company: Pegathon Pictures
Almost three years on since the release of her debut, Shura has returned with new track ‘BKLYNLDN’.
This recreation of Rodin’s classic artwork ’The Kiss’ with female subjects challenges the viewer to see the true essence of romantic love between two people, no matter their gender.
The 16mm short music film for the single ‘MOZIARTY’ by Smoky Mo explores the concepts of originality of the artist’s voice in a copy-paste and hype-chasing world.
Each quatrain of a song is represented by a single shot scene that the viewer gets to see only once as a part of a video puzzle of subtext driven imagery.
Concept & direction: Andrey Trevgoda
Cinematographer: aleksandr dmitriev
Tearing down any charts, Billie Eilish comes out (literally or not) with a new song “wish you were gay” and full sold outs of her tours everywhere especially in Russia (where she debuted with a 4 days record ticket sales).
@Filfury directed this ethereal and captivating promo for @MjCole and @FreyaRidings latest song “Waking Up”. The piece follows the lead protagonist, a young boy played by FILFURY’s son Bow, which culminates with a powerful image as he is lifted off the ground appearing to transcend the beautiful period setting surrounding him.
"Shea Butter Baby" is a celebration of browns — brown skin, brown floors, brown decor. Lennox moves wistfully like steam, seeking to enchant her busy partner whose eyes have settled on the glare of his MacBook screen instead of her curves. Heads offer a means of scene transportation, with the camera zooming in to dark fade haircuts and kinky curls to enter in and out of a dreamy existence. In this alternate plane, the walls are covered in chocolate and the brown skin of dancing vixens glistens in the dim light.
Directed by Bennett Johnson
Producer: Dave Gelb
Daniel Zvereff is a first generation American, whose Russian family emigrated to the USA. He now resides in Brooklyn, NY, where he works as a freelance illustrator and photographer. Daniel’s recent collaboration with friend and musician Okay Kaya takes the form of a celluloid animation, which was shot with the Leica M-P. The result is a beautifully crafted music video, encapsulating Daniel’s passion for analog forms of expression, set to Okay Kaya’s heartfelt song “Emulate”
“Scottish musician and Brit Awards Critics’ Choice nominee Lewis Capaldi’s latest music video is a little bit different – and not just because it functions as an advert for organ donation charity Live Life Give Life.
No, the real standout part of the video for his song Someone You Loved is that its lead is none other than Lewis’ namesake and distant relative Peter Capaldi, best known for playing the lead role in BBC sci-fi series Doctor Who.“
In the video, the elder Capaldi plays a bereaved husband who finds some joy when he visits the family of the woman his wife donated her heart to, and is able to listen to her heartbeat one last time.
After the final tour of Moderat, Sascha Ring is back to his roots as Apparat with a new track “Dawan” from the forthcoming album “LP5”. It is Apparat’s first release since 2013’s Krieg und Frieden (Music for Theatre), and follows two studio albums, II and III (Mute / Monkeytown) by Moderat, the trio he founded with Modeselektor’s Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary.