“Through Philly D.A., we are able to bring the public behind the scenes of this pivotal and often opaque institution and to create a 360-degree portrait of our city in the midst of change. We’re thrilled to show the series to audiences for the first time at Sundance.”
“The city’s been in the news a lot lately, and some of the reasons are way better than Four Seasons Total Landscaping.”
“Doing the ‘New York’ video was one of the most special times in my brain,” Da Corte adds, making it no surprise that he would invite Clark to do a second collaboration on his own turf, in the gallery.
Kurt Vile outsmarts the ticket-happy parking cops in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the video for his new song, “Loading Zones.”
“I think Annie’s New York is the New York of my dreams-one that is blurry and fractured, dreamy and flat,” Da Corte said in a press statement. “It is the Toontown to my Hollywood. It is beautiful but slightly out of reach.”
“I want a swan as a pet now, thanks to St. Vincent’s new music video for her single, “New York,” which honestly makes me well up every time I hear it.”
“In a few shots, a person wearing ’80s-style pink tights and a leopard-print leotard appears bent through a grey wall, ass pointed toward the camera. (Absurdist humor is another characteristic of both St. Vincent and Da Corte’s work.)”
“Directed by visual artist Alex Da Corte, the clip takes place in what Da Corte describes as a “blurry and fractured, dreamy and flat” version of New York City.”
Harvey Benschoter, just directed an insane music video for Washed Out! Ernest Greene, the principal musician behind the name, tapped Harvey to direct an animated take on his new track “Get Lost” after seeing Harvey’s award-winning short film “Turkey.” The music video was painstakingly created over two months to achieve this stunning level of detail.