Austin Music Video Festival
Want to know how to score a film? Perhaps even score a film directed by Richard Linklater? The Austin Music Video Festival—running Dec. 4-8 at various local venues—has you covered. Austin-based musician/composer Graham Reynolds will conduct a Film Score Masterclass on Dec. 6 during the festival at the Native Hostel and Bar & Kitchen. The festival opens Dec. 4 at the Alamo Ritz with the premiere of the short film 86'd and a live performance by Alan Palomo's Neon Indian. The festival also includes music video premieres, retrospective, and live performances by two Austin-based acts, visual artist Martin Sorne's SORNE and bluegrass quintet Whiskey Shivers. The festival also will feature a block of music videos by Kesha with her directors Brandon Bloch and Lagan Sebert in attendance. The festival includes multiple music video blocks—including one devoted to Austin artists—various parties. Austin Music Video Festival co-founders Anthony Erickson (left) and Jeremy Roye (right) and discuss this year's festival.
Aired: Dec. 3, 2018