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Thursday, August 28 • 9:50pm - 10:25pm
Music Videos

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03 min -- “This That Though by Matt Stoops: “This That Though” by San Francisco based musician Matt Stoops tells the allegorical story of a man who desires to get out of his comfort zone and experience life, but he's having some trouble. Filmed in San Francisco with Richard Neveu (Director of Photography). Music was recorded, mixed and produced by Nick Kirgo. Words and music by Matt Stoops. (Music video)

03 min -- “When He Comes Home by Ben Phillippo: When a 1950’s housewife discovers her husband's infidelity, a neighborhood cocktail party turns into something far more sinister. In this music video set to the retro rock of Boston-based trio Banditas, you'll find the tasteful decor and clean-cut faces only serve to conceal the unspeakable.

04 min -- Adventure Galley’s “Marooned by Martin Melnick: 1950's Earth - resources depleted, economic dispair. A secret military installation seeks to launch a rocket, harboring important individuals, and leaving behind the masses to suffer the collapse of civilization. Assuming the roles of test flight astronauts, the band 'Adventure Galley' must go through a series of medical examinations, survival lessons, and prepare to face the dark unknowns of deep space travel. (Music, Animation)

04 min -- “Loving Myself - Hairy Soul Man by Kai Smythe: An anthem of self love by award winning Comedian/Musician Kai Smythe (A.K.A Hairy Soul Man) uses hand drawn props and sets with trick photography.  Hairy Soul Man shows the human race just how important it is to love yourself.

04 min -- “Wait for it by Juliet Lashinsky Ravene: A collage of living portraits. (Music video)

05 min -- “Babylon by Felix van Cleef: A ritual celebration at the seaside.  (Music video)

06 min -- Gramatik’s “Brave Men” by Joe Zohar:  Gramatik’s “Brave Men” tells the story of an abusive husband and his seemingly beaten housewife. Concerned neighbors call the police to rid the neighborhood of this element.  The husband is confronted by the police regarding these allegations and is hauled away for being belligerent and aggressive with his wife. (Music video)

05 min -- Denoise's "Burning" by Chris Buchal



Director, “When He Comes Home”
Ben Phillippo is a film and television director from Boston, Massachusetts. His films have played festivals and won awards around the country. He currently directs the award-winning news program Greater Boston for WGBH, Boston's PBS television station. Fascinated by storytelling and... Read More →

Chris Buchal

Portland, OR
Chris Buchal, who has an English degree from University of Oregon, grew up reading both classics like Shakespeare and more Philip K Dick and Robert Heinlein than can be considered healthy by today’s standards. His love of film is second to his love of story, and this love can be... Read More →

Joe Zohar

I graduated from Ithaca College with a degree in Cinema & Photography in 2006. Immediately following I opened up a production company, Moving Box Studios, that is still thriving. I’ve worked on music videos, commercials, short films with the intent of learning every key job in the... Read More →

Juliet Lashinsky Ravene

Director, “Wait for it”

Kai Smythe

Director, “Loving Myself - Hairy Soul Man”
After making independent shorts for around 5 years, Kai Smythe was accepted into Victorian College of Arts film school where he won ‘Best 2nd Year Production’ and ‘Best cinematography’ at the VCA awards. After graduating he started work on a feature documentary titled ‘Lost... Read More →

Martin Melnick

Director, "Adventure Galley's 'Marooned'"

Matt Stoops

Director, “This That Though”
Matt Stoops writes introspective, moody, and often, haunting folk music. “This That Though” is his first venture into the world of music-video making, and it is the first single from his up-coming album due out late in 2014. He completed his first album of bedroom recordings titled... Read More →

Thursday August 28, 2014 9:50pm - 10:25pm PDT
Mission Theater 1624 NW Glisan St, Portland, OR 97209

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