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Welcome to the AUSTIN MUSIC VIDEO FESTIVAL! 

4 DAYS of VIDEOS, VIRTUAL REALITY, CONCERTS, PANELS, PARTIES & THE AWARDS SHOW!!!

The 2nd annual Austin Music Video Festival is lighting up downtown this September 7-10. Be blown away by the hottest (and weirdest!) music videos from around the world on the big screens of Austin f#ck!n’ TX. We can’t wait to skate, dance and watch videos with you in reality and virtual reality!
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Thursday, September 8 • 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Planet Porn!

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Like Planet Earth but hotter. Planet Porn features videos that will satisfy all of your earthly desires. 

The Marphoi Project - "King of Majesty" (directed by Stephen Hamacek)

Fortunate Ones - "Oaks & Willows" (directed by Tatjana Green)
Porter - "La China" (directed by Jorge Gonzalez Camarena)
Tom and His Computer - "Organ" (directed by Martin Garde Abildgaard)
Kitcher - "Chameleon Coma" (directed by Jared Deer)
Robot Koch & Delhia de France - ‘Dark Waves’ (directed by Sven D.)
Golden Ears - "Can't Last" (directed by Evan Bourque)
Bastardgeist - "Coast" (directed by Robert Ruiz da Castilla)

by Jorge Gonzalez Camarena) 
The story of La China is composed by different elements that introduce us into the pilgrimage from Aztlan to Mexico Tenochtitlan through a symbolic perspective and represented by the transformation of a woman (La China) and her path, a mutli generation evolution that interconnects and complements each other. La china represents the harshness of the road and the importance of seeing into ourselves to find our inner strength. She manages to connect with her spiritual animal “Nahual” to carry on her mission.

Tom and His Computer - "Organ" (directed by Martin Garde Abildgaard) 
A captivating and surreal story about birth…

Kitcher - "Chameleon Coma" (directed by Jared Deer)
"Chameleon Coma" is a song of a transformation to please someone else (for better or for worse).

Filmed across 7 locations in 3 days, the music video paints a story using natural surroundings and vibrant colors to juxtapose jungle versus urban, organic versus artificial, and fantasy versus reality.

Robot Koch & Delhia de France - ‘Dark Waves’ (directed by Sven D.) 
In Dark Waves we are following a lonesome rider roaming the dark waves of Central California. The video was shot entirely on an iPhone 6s Plus during a 3-day trip to some of California's most breath taking locations. We will provide a download link to an HD ProRes file in a separate email.

Golden Ears - "Can't Last" (directed by Evan Bourque) 
We initially filmed this entire music video where we live in British Columbia, Canada. After multiple shoot days and endless hours of editing and revising, we had a completed music video that none of us were happy with. It was never released. Some time later we received a grant to create a music video and decided to revive the stranded spaceman concept. This time however, we decided to film it in Iceland. A small crew of us travelled to Iceland for a week to film, where subzero temperatures took its toll on our bodies and our gear. We also lost $3000 worth of camera gear in a waterfall (it’s still at the bottom of the waterfall). Despite the hardships of the shoot we couldn’t be happier with the final result. This was by far the most challenging shoot we've done but also the most rewarding.

Bastardgeist - "Coast" (directed by Robert Ruiz da Castilla) 
"Coast" explores the concept that every life is as valid as the next. It focuses on the romantic principle of a soul in the midst of finding it’s own, unique path. The goal was to provide a cinematic experience that matched the natural, organic sounds of Bastardgeist's song. For that reason, the video was made using only practical in-camera effects rather than any CGI visual effects added later in post. The cast and crew were great, except for the bike. We found the bike to be an unruly actor, unprofessional and difficult to work with at times. We don't plan on working with it in future projects. 

Thursday September 8, 2016 8:00pm - 9:00pm
MYEC - Cantina 1156 Hargrave St, Austin, TX 78702

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