A short film for Los Angeles based Music / Art collective Arthur King.
Editor : Alex Lee Moyer
The New Radical- directed by Adam Bhala Lough was an Official Jury Selection at Sundance 2017 and after a US theatrical run (December 2017) is currently available on iTunes.
Co-edited with Jay Rabinowitz A.C.E. (Requiem for a Dream) with score by acclaimed composer Clint Mansell (Black Swan, Ghost in a Shell.)
From the Sundance Film Program:
In this observational diptych, Adam Lough glimpses a rarified world, filled with embittered young people born into a dreamless, corporatized, and deeply politicized generation, where the only real resistance is at their fingertips – the internet. The new radicals revel in questioning every paradigm, from gun control to encryption, even if it means incarceration. Yet the question remains: Are they freedom fighters or criminals? This captivating encounter examines how a distinct group came about and what their existence says about the economic, cultural, and technological landscape of our post-election world.
Additional Press here:
Another collaboration with Adam Bhala Lough- this time on his third installment of The Motivation skateboard doc series. This feature takes a look at Tampa Am - the world's largest and most storied amateur skate contest, which is considered a right of passage on the road to becoming Pro. Here we profiled four young amateurs from all over the world, in their conquest for the coveted Tampa Am title. The film dropped on 9/15/17 and is currently streaming on iTunes. (both film and trailer edited by ALM)
Currently in it's finishing stages, Teofilo, is a formidable feature documentary on the life and times of Cuba's legendary boxing champ Teofilo Stevenson.
Directed by Ethan Higbee (The Upsetter: The Life and Times of Lee Scratch Perry) and narrated by Benicio del Toro. Exhaustively researched and featuring commentary from the likes of George Foreman, Mike Tyson, Max Kellerman, Bob Arum, Nadia Comaneci (among others.)
Editor: Alex Lee Moyer
Another BANGER from LA's most critical pop outfit Fatal Jamz. Directed by none other than Abigail Briley Bean.
And a write up from FADER.
And here we are again, gazing at our sweet boy Marion Bell and his LA pop outfit Fatal Jamz. A video we're all quite fond of, and a song that will never leave your mind- possibly ever. Directed per usual by my partner in soft crime- Abigail Bean. Shot by his exellency Ardavon Fatehi (and Abby) And featuring the exquisite Dani (Daniella) Fernandez Murphy.
Edited by Me.
here's some PRESS from FADER mag.
Video for L.A. punk outfit Cheap Tissue, directed by Ardavon Fatehi.