Archive for the 'Short Film' Category
Described by the Youtube user as such:
A stylish romance centering on a brokenhearted urbanite who, only after breaking down and getting stranded in the desert, unearths the resources to woo a French-speaking woman at a lonely motel.
Apparently this dates back to 2004 and has only just been dug up.
Previously: Pharrell Interview @ Qream Launch Party (Video)
Here’s Naughty’s “mini-movie” for “Flags” featuring Bilal and Jaheim. Written by Treach & Directed by Jay Rodriguez & Rock Davis for Itchy House Films.
The 12 minute mini-movie for Ghetto Extraordinary. Look out for Mike Bigga’s PL3DGE album dropping sometime in early 2011.
Previously: Emilio Rojas ft. Killer Mike – FTW
Accompanied by Here, My Dear, Terrace Martin‘s 10-minute short film of the same name as his Marvin Gaye-inspired EP with Devi Dev, coming out next week. The video includes the songs “Love Prelude” and “Thing For You” off the project.
Terrace Martin and Devi Dev present “Here My Dear” all music produced by Terrace Martin. Ft Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa, Kendrick Lamar, Dom Kennedy, Charlie Wilson, Murs plus more.
Welcome To The Imperial – Lemon Andersen x Rik Cordero
A crowd sourced creative collaboration series by Lemon Andersen and Rik Cordero
Welcome To The Imperial” is a 1-minute viral video from Brooklyn born spoken word poet and actor, Lemon Andersen and Queens-bred filmmaker, Rik Cordero to the millions of New York City basketball fans. It features a mixture of Rik’s eye for iconic New York City sights and faces seamlessly combined with the richness of Lemon’s poetry. In essence, the Big Apple exerts a powerful influence over those who live here and those who play here. Welcome To The Imperial…
“…It represents two artists on their way to the throne. It’s Majestic. It’s us. Now when you hear “Welcome To The Imperial” you will hear our stamp.” – Lemon
“…What we’ve done only scratches the surface of what Lemon and I are capable of but ultimately we achieved our goal with Imperial: to visually capture the essence and magic and complexity of New York City.” – Rik
Thanks to Rik for letting us debut it.
Our friend Rik Cordero got together with legendary NYC spoken word artist Lemon Andersen (“Inside Man,” ABSOLUT Brooklyn) to collaborate on this viral spot while they were both busy working on basketball oriented projects, most notably, Rik is working on a feature documentary with Nike. But they created this piece, which is like a love letter to NYC, with their own resources and no commercial ties, and have decided to release it at the height of NY’s basketball fever.
“Welcome To The Imperial” is a 1-minute viral video from spoken word poet/actor Lemon Andersen and Queens-bred filmmaker Rik Cordero to the millions of New York City basketball fans. It features a mixture of iconic New York City sights and faces seamlessly combined with the richness of Lemon’s poetry. In essence, the Big Apple exerts a powerful influence over those who live here and those who play here. Welcome To The Imperial…
We’ll be premiering the piece on Nah Right tomorrow. Check out some stills below.
Converse follows him to Cleveland to capture the journey that inevitably turned Scott Mescudi into Kid Cudi, in one of three short films leading up to the release of a song featuring Bethany Cosentino (Best Coast,) Rostam Batmanglij (Vampire Weekend) and Kid Cudi in July.
Previously: KiD CuDi – REVOFEV (prod. Plain Pat)
The short film was initially split up into 8 parts that were released every week, but here it is all in one video. Below you can download the soundtrack to it, which was produced in entirety by Burd & Keyz.
Download: Famous – Goddess Girl: The Soundtrack [Sendspace]
There’s some spit if you get passed part 1. More on Famous here.
For his upcoming LP Malice N Wonderland, the Doggfather has gone cinematic once again with a new short film, and Rolling Stone has an exclusive sneak preview of the trailer, which features cameos by Soulja Boy, Murs, Diplo, Mayer Hawthorne, Xzibit, and Jamie Foxx. The Malice film will premiere in early 2010.
Previously: Snoop Dogg – I Wanna Rock (Video)