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Music Video Session

September 3, 2011
8:00 pm

Animation is an integral element in many of the best music videos. Producing them also provides a credible, often commercially viable way for animators to earn a living from their skills and still produce work they can be proud of.

Here are 21 of the world’s best and most innovative music videos produced in the last 12 months in a special 90-minute programme providing a visual mash-up of styles, techniques and genres.

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Gnarls Barkley – ‘Who’s Gonna Save Your Soul?’ (Chris Milk)

Who's Gonna Save Your Soul?

Elvis Presley – ‘Suspicious Minds’ (Chris Hemming)

Wax Tailor – ‘I Own You’ (Romain Chaissang)

I Own You

Cornershop – ‘What Did the Hippie Have in His Bag?’ (Rude)

What Did the Hippie Have in His Bag?

All India Radio – ‘Lucky’ (Darcy Prendergast)

Gorillaz – ‘On Melancholy Hill’ (Pete Candeland, Jamie Hewlett & Rob Valley)

On Melancholy Hill


Holy F**k – ‘Red Lights’ (Brian Borcherdt & Michael LeBlanc)

Stereolab – ‘Neon Beanbag’ (Julian House)

TV on the Radio – ‘Me I’ (Mixtape Club)

Gigi D’Agostino – ‘Bla Bla Bla’ (Andreas Hykade)

Memory Tapes – ‘Yes I know’ (Eric Epstein)

Yes I Know


Chad VanGaalen – ‘Peace on the Rise‘ (Chad VanGaalen)

Peace on the Rise

Toru Matsumoto – ‘And And’ (Mirai Mizui)

Goldfish – ‘We Come Together‘ (Mike Scott)

Cornershop – ‘Non Stop Radio’ (Vidya Sharma & Rajesh Thomas)

Non Stop Radio

Van She – ‘Van She’ (Daihei Shibata)

J. Mascis – ‘Not Enough’ (Chad Van Gaalen)

Not Enough

Subtle – ‘The Mercury Craze’ (Yu Sato & Marc Reisbig)

Renaud Hallee – ‘Sonar’ (Renaud Hallee)

Cassette Schwarzenegger – ‘Play’ (Studio Shelter)


Themselves – ‘Roman is as Roman does’ (Yu Sato)