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Jolie Holland & Samantha Parton “You Are Not Needed Now”

Humans can’t live in the present, like animals do. Humans are always thinking about the future or the past. So it’s a veil of tears, man. – Townes Van Zandt

This is a short film / music video for the former Be Good Tanyas front-women off their album Wildflower Blues.

Director: Anthony Frattolillo

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Carhartt “The Road Home”

We took a 12 day road trip to visit and share the Carhartt Woodsman beer with over 20 craftsmen who inspired us. Our journey took us from Carhartt’s birthplace in Detroit all the way to the Rocky Mountains. While many folks say American craftsmanship is dead, our trip taught us there are still many people making, doing and crafting.

Director: Anthony Frattolillo

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With Love Market & Cafe “Safety”

With Love Market & Cafe was founded in 2016 and is located in South LA.

With Love Community Programs offers free classes around healthy eating, child development, exercise and other life skills, enabling our community to thrive; it is a safe space for the community.

Director: Tommy Cannon

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On 01, Feb 2013 | In | By tc_can

Grammys Anthem “#TheWorldIsListening”

Includes over 20 bands & artists from across the world at their most intimate moments. The piece appeals to the musician that lives in all of us, encouraging us to bear our soul while the world listens.

Director: Saam Farahmand

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Fender x Mike Dirnt “The Bassman 800”

Green Day bassist Mike Dirnt gives his take on the new Fender Bassman 800 Head. Oh, and he also plays the shit out of it!

Director: Ashley Stagg

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Rancid “Telegraph Avenue”

What do you get when you put a bunch of rock n’ roll legends in a garage and ask them to perform? You get Rancid playing this single off of their new album Trouble Maker is what!

Director: Tim Armstrong

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Fender x Hillsong United “Playing Live”

It can be said that Hillsong United changed the course of praise and worship music. They brought a “cool”, “hip”, and accessible appeal to Christian music. We had a chance to catch them on their national tour while they performed at the Forum in Inglewood.

Director: Ashley Stagg

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On 26, Nov 2014 | In | By tc_can

GOOD + Ford “Cities Project – Philadelphia”

The GOOD Cities Project is a five-month collaboration with Ford, exploring how we make our cities and how our cities make us. As part of the project, GOOD and Ford have commissioned artists across the country to express their love for their cities through visual love letters.

In this video, Ursula Rucker speaks about the city’s literal and cultural landscapes, and we meet some of the artists who, alongside Rucker, are key threads in the city’s creative fabric. A band of brothers and sisters living and working and creating together, making the City of Brotherly Love truly something to cherish.

Visit Good Magazine for more info on this project.

Director: Anthony Frattolillo

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On 28, Jul 2015 | No Comments | In | By tc_can

Scion “iA Intro”

This teaser serves as a telescope into the future of Scion. Intelligent, stylish, aggressive, and pretty damn cool.

Director: Tommy Cannon

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On 18, Jul 2014 | In | By tc_can

EDF “Pecan Street Project”

We’ve all heard it, renewable energy is the future, but when exactly when will that time come? One small town in Texas has brought it upon themselves to stop waiting for a solution and take charge. Sponsored by the Environmental Defense Fund, we set out to take an intimate look at a town that runs entirely on solar energy. Watch a day in the life of it’s residents and hear from the visionaries behind this movement.

Directors: Anthony Frattolillo / Erin Heidenreich