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Northwest Music Video Showcase

  • Directed by Various
  • 2017, 80 mins.

Kick back and enjoy a swath of music videos by Northwest Filmmakers in a showcase featuring videos by/for:

Liz Vaughan – Secret Drum Band – DaDaDa

Stephen Slappe – Ilyas Ahmed – Passing Lines

Leah R. Brown – No Kind Of Rider – Distinct

Martin Melnick – The Domestics – Beauty Contest

Scott Ballard – Jenny Don’t and the Spurs – My Only Desire

Amy Chiao – Ashlin Aronin – N.B.

Karl Lind – Banimal – Handrea

AJ Molle – Ryan Oxford – Fa Fa Fa Fired

Karina and Marc Ripper – Reyna Tropical – Niña

Brett Roberts – Is That You – Suicide Notes

Miles Sprietsma – Tönen – Eclipse Prophecy

Robert Schmeltzer – Harrison Garrison – View Master Mind

Nesto – The Memories – Royal United Song Service Sampler

Missy Miedema – Nasalrod – Wage Slave

Whitey McConnaughy – Municipal Waste – Breath Grease

Robert Komets – Marriage + Cancer – God is Tan

Alicia J Rose – EMA – Down and Out

Sammuel Willett – Werthless – Mr. MELK

Z – Blood Orphans – Asleep in Smoke

Neil Ferron – Shabazz Palaces – Shine a Light

Marcy Stone-Francois – Lisa Prank – Luv is Dumb

Teo Shantz – Otieno Terry – LKWABLVD

Kevin Forrest – Logan Lynn – Oh Lucifer

Bobby McHugh – Briana Marela – Furthest Shore

Harry Clean – Jay Park – Hulk Hogan

Genres: Music Video

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