Director Jason Beattie, whom has worked with musicians Mike Posner, Steve Aoki, and Asher Roth and also the brands Hurley, Kenwood, Nissan and Toyota, just completed a behind the scenes video featuring our friends Mansions on the Moon shot at the RedBull Studio in Los Angeles, California.
This post is dedicated to long, run on sentences.
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Phoenix is a band from France that I’ve just recently heard. Their current release, Wolfgang Amedeus Phoenix, on V2 Records/Loyauté was produced by Philippe Zdar of French house band, Cassius. Above is the first single Lisztomania mash-ed up with clips from the 1980’s movies Footloose, Mannequin and the John Hughes (R.I.P.) directed, The Breakfast Club & Pretty in Pink, which the band prefers over their ‘official‘ one. Below is the the trailer for the upcoming film, New York, I Love You directed by a billion and 1 people featuring the Phoenix song, 1901.
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I’ve been following this movie from sketch-comedy group, Derrick Comedy since the trailer appeared online back in September 2008 to it’s inclusion in the Sundance Film Festival and various screenings in LA & NY.
Last week, it was announced that Roadside Attractions will be putting it out in theaters this fall after a college promo-screening run late this summer with Lionsgate handing the DVD/Blu-Ray home releases.
If you haven’t pressed the play button on the video above, it’s strongly advised that you do.
Also, check out Derrick’s other videos at derrickcomedy.com.
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