From within the Jack McCoy Archive is Beau Young's first music video 'Just A Memory'. In this series, Velvet will feature several films curated by Jack himself.
The video cuts together archive footage of Dylan on stage, as well as cryptic images – snakes in the bed, fake eyelashes in water, the moon, sex, death and destruction – that may hold the key to the great song’s secrets. Or maybe not.
The Ladies Network premieres ‘White Walls & Promises,’ the first music video off the EP directed by Hannah Dougherty. Hannah and Le Pie sat down to interview each other about the collaboration, dreams and childhood.
Cloudy Rhodes & Dylan Gelula discuss the actress and filmmaker’s new projects on i-D and how they both celebrate the joy, pain and exhilaration of falling in love for the first time.
Artist and contributor Marcos Lutyens discusses his recent performance, 'The Hypnotic Show' conceived with curator Raimundas Malašauskas at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
Hannah Dougherty's latest music video 'Hand Me Down' for Jack Stirling, follows a group of alien maskwearing chracters dancing in several locations around New York.
“Hand Me Down started as a reverse X-Files concept, featuring two alien detectives searching for the truth about humans and in the process discovering dance. After listening to some of Jack Stirling’s music I was inspired to make an 80s dance music video which I hadn’t tackled before.”
This was an absurdist piece to awaken an audience by bringing some controversial attention to ladies golf and the Australian Ladies Masters. We based the idea around a cameo male golf tee, somewhat the smooth celebrity, and the dominatrix female golfer who innocently sees laying before her yet another male to be teed from as the norm be played from. It became a story for the front page of the Melbourne Age.
We used cardboard cutouts for some of the viewing audience as well played into secondary characters that would either relish in or demonise the act of woman golf.