Las Vegas Film Festival Returns to Downtown Las Vegas along with a Throwback Thursday CineVegas Celebration at Brenden Theaters inside the Palms Casino. #LVFF #CINEVEGAS 2016 in #DTLV June 7-12, 2016. Follow @LVFilmFest on Instagram and Twitter!
Entertainment – Director: Rick Alverson, U.S.A. – En route to meeting with his estranged daughter, in an attempt to revive his dwindling career, a broken, aging comedian plays a string of dead-end shows in the Mojave Desert. Cast: Gregg Turkington, John C. Reilly, Tye Sheridan, Michael Cera, Amy Seimetz, Lotte Verbeek.
Frank & Lola – Directed by Matthew Ross, Frank is a brooding, staunch Las Vegas chef who always focused his energy on his culinary talents—until he meets Lola, a young and beautiful enigma. Together, Frank and Lola build an intense relationship that saves each other from their mutual despair. Cracks begin to show after Lola suddenly cheats on Frank, which leads to Frank’s evolving mistrust of Lola and a growing obsession with an imposing man from her past. As Frank is given the chance to cook for a famed Parisian restaurateur, he is overcome by extreme thoughts of betrayal, causing him to seek revenge and answers. But what he learns about Lola is not black and white, and trust gives way to a web of deceit. Cast: Imogen Poots, Michael Shannon, Justin Long
How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can’t Change – Josh Fox How do we come to terms with the reality that our atmosphere is becoming damaged beyond the tipping point? #DOCUMENTARY
in the wake of a second cook – Directed by Rolf Belgum, As a tanker is caught in a storm and capsizing; a second cook on board receives a voice mail from his wife that he is a father to a baby girl. The cook retreats to a small storage closet where there are approximately 60 minutes of air remaining. Fifty–eight miles from shore in the confines of this closet he experiences impossibly authentic hallucinations of his baby girl’s birth, growth and his own funeral and burial. Our birth, growth, and death are inseparable from the natural elements. Biodiversity affirms the enormity of our unconscious. As he visualizes her mother’s efforts up through age four; the air runs out, and he becomes a midwife to the memories he will never have: a vision which only film can allow. Cast: NolaBelgum, Julia Palokangas, Justin Maki, Dario Tangelson
Shakes The Clown (1991) Q&A with director Bobcat Goldthwait for the 25 year anniversary, Shakes plods about his duties as a party clown, and uses all of his free time getting seriously drunk. Binky, another clown, wins the spot on a local kiddie show, which depresses Shakes even more, and his boss threatens him with unemployment if he can’t get his act under control. When someone murders Shakes’ boss and makes it look like Shakes did it, he goes undercover, posing as a hated mime, and tries to find information that will clear his name. Cast: Bobcat Goldthwait, Julie Brown, Bruce Baum
Tickled – Directed by David Farrier and Dylan Reeve, after stumbling upon a bizarre “competitive endurance tickling” video online, wherein young men are paid to be tied up and tickled, reporter David Farrier reaches out to request a story from the company. But the reply he receives is shocking—the sender mocks Farrier’s sexual orientation and threatens extreme legal action should he dig any deeper. So, like any good journalist confronted by a bully, he does just the opposite: he travels to the hidden tickling facilities in Los Angeles and uncovers a vast empire, known for harassing and harming the lives of those who protest their involvement in these films. The more he investigates, the stranger it gets, discovering secret identities and criminal activity. #DOCUMENTARY
The Hunt For the Wilderpeople – Directed by Taika Waititi, Raised on hip-hop and foster care, defiant city kid Ricky gets a fresh start in the New Zealand countryside. He quickly finds himself at home with his new foster family: the loving Aunt Bella, the cantankerous Uncle Hec, and dog Tupac. When a tragedy strikes, that threatens to ship Ricky to another home, both he and Hec go on the run in the bush. As a national manhunt ensues, the newly branded outlaws must face their options: go out in a blaze of glory or overcome their differences and survive as a family. Cast: Sam Neill, Julian Dennison, Rhys Darby
American Fable – Directed by Anne Hamilton, a fairytale thriller set in the 1980s Midwest farm crisis about a courageous girl living in a dark and sometimes magical world. When 11-year-old Gitty discovers that her beloved father is hiding a wealthy man in her family’s silo to save their struggling farm, she befriends the captive in secret and is forced to choose between saving the man’s life and protecting her family from the consequences of their actions. Cast: Peyton Kennedy, Richard Schiff, Kip Pardue
Buddymoon – Directed by Alex Simmons, When a former child actor is dumped by his fiancé days before the wedding, his excitable German best man takes him on the honeymoon instead: a backcountry trek in the remote mountains of Oregon. Cast: David Giuntoli, Flula Borg, Claire Coffee
Dealer – World Premiere – Directed by Jeremy Cloe, Jerry & Mike Thompson, Cody & Ryan LeBoeuf, Adam Zielinski. After a terrible day at work, Kelly comes home to find out a disturbing secret about his roommate. That secret forces Kelly to become a drug dealer for a day. In this quirky anthology, we follow Kelly as he begrudgingly embarks on an adventure to deliver four illegal packages in the wildest twenty-four hours of Kelly’s life. Each delivery brings out a new side of Kelly and pushes him into life adventures that he has always tried to avoid. Cast: Lundon Boyd, Pat Healy, Emily Davenport, Voki Kalfayan, Sergiu Iva, Luke Jones
Director’s Cut – Directed by Adam Rifkin, The ultimate “meta movie.” DIRECTOR’S CUT is an insane, genre-bending cinematic sleight-of-hand trick about a cineaste stalker who kidnaps his favorite actress and forces her to star in his amateur movie. Cast: Missi Pyle, Penn Jillette, Harry Hamlin, Hayes MacArthur, Lin Shaye, Teller, Gilbert Gottfried, Nestor Carbonell
Rabbit Days – World Premiere – Directed by Ryan & Cody LeBoeuf, Eccentric community theatre director August Porter invites a few guests to his secluded mountain lodge for a dinner party. But something is in the woods… waiting… Cast: Clarence Gilyard Jr., Lundon Boyd, Kynan Dias, James Winter, David Schmoeller
Slash – Directed by Clay Liford, Two high-school students—shy and awkward Neil (Michael Johnston) and brash, confident Julia (Hannah Marks)—form an unlikely bond when they find they both publish work in an adult forum for erotic fan fiction. But their relationship becomes more complex once they both come to the attention of the site’s moderator, Denis (Michael Ian Black). Cast: Michael Johnston, Hannah Marks, Jessie Ennis, Michael Ian Black, Missi Pyle
The Track – Directed by Brett Caroline Levner, “When suburban mother, Caren (Missy Yager), meets a teenager working the streets of Las Vegas, Barbie (Mariah Kirstie), the result is a mother daughter relationship that may save both their lives.” Cast: Missy Yager, Mariah Kirstie, Sam Trammell, Michael Muhney, Mike Doyle, Bre Blair, Clarence Gilyard, Ryan LeBoeuf
To Keep the Light – Directed by Erica Fae, Inspired by true stories, a lighthouse keeper’s wife struggles with her work and her sanity as she cares for her sick husband in 19th century Maine. When a mysterious stranger washes up on shore, secrets buried in deep waters come to light, and she confronts both her past and her future. Cast: Antti Reini, Erica Fae, David Patrick Kelly
HEART: Flatline to Finish Line – Directed by David Watkins, HEART: Flatline to Finish Line® is the raw and emotional journey of six individuals from hospital beds to the finish line of one of the world’s most grueling endurance events, the IRONMAN® triathlon. #DOCUMENTARY
The Legend of Swee’ Pea – Directed by Benjamin May, Lloyd Daniels was one of the most gifted basketball players ever to emerge from New York City. He was born in Brooklyn in 1967 and grew up in the poorest neighborhoods of Brooklyn and Queens. His mother died when he was three, and his father deserted the family, leaving Lloyd an orphan to be raised by his two grandmothers. Virtually unsupervised, Lloyd learned early-on how to hustle to survive. Hustling came easy for him because he was a charming and likable kid. He still hustles to this day. #DOCUMENTARY
They Call Us Monsters – Directed by Ben Lear, Behind the walls of the Compound, LA’s most violent juvenile offenders await their trials. To their advocates, they’re kids. To the system, they’re adults. To their victims, they’re monsters. Who are they to you?#DOCUMENTARY
All These Voices – Directed by David Henry Gerson. When a young Nazi finds a troupe of survivors celebrating the end of WWII in an abandoned Polish theater, he is forced to realize his role in their grief.
Ari – Directed by Alex Murakwski. After a humiliating quest to become someone else, Ari finds that he and his way of being are of surprising value.
Atomic Couple – Directed by Rodrigo Espinosa. When nuclear war breaks out, a 60’s housewife is forced to confront the realities of her marriage.
Audition – Directed by Lovisa Sirén. Mika is auditioning male actors for her first feature, and they are all well-established alpha dogs in the film business. The situation turns more sour as their confidence in her reaches new lows.
Barriers – Directed by John Bartley. A voyeuristic look at how in the absence of information, our minds fill in the gaps. #LOCALCINEMA
Barry – Directed by Jay Rondot. The story of Barry Berkins, a homespun cocaine dealer who joins Facebook in an attempt to take his business to the next level. However, he soon finds that sharing doesn’t always lead to caring.
Beyond Doubt – Directed by Matthew Hermosillo. A former police officer is accused of murdering the man that he holds responsible for his father’s death; is he guilty?
Birthday Boy – Directed by Andrew Saunderson. A troubled teen’s crime offers him a view at the life he covets.
Business Proposal – Directed by Spiro Adam Siavelis. Two lawyers marry their firms together, and their relationship slowly begins to change. #LOCALCINEMA
Carnal Orient – Directed by Milo Zuo. A cook serves dishes to his impatient, hungry guests. But the sudden arrival of a mysterious Asian woman re-ignites their insatiable appetite. A disturbingly beautiful visual feast they’ve been craving. By the end of her “performance,” the woman’s true identity is revealed.
Chapa (The Grill Man) – Directed by Fabio Montanari, When two Sao Paulo bakers are unfairly fired from the bakery they have worked at for over 20 years, they decide to get revenge and rob the place during Brazil’s first World Cup match.
Crackers – Directed by Nick and Zack Byer. Jasper & Rubin’s dog turns up missing, and there’s only one thing to do, find him. Or her? Wait, what’s the dogs name? Pooch right? Hold on, what does pooch even look like? Watch and find out. #LOCALCINEMA
Cup of Stars – Directed by Ryan Betschart & Tyler Betschart, The beauty of the mutable universe and the individual; finding the transcendent in the everyday. #WILDCARD
Daddy – Directed by Roberto Raad, All is not as it seems in a quiet neighborhood home. A man is haunted by the incessant cries for “Daddy”
Dessert – Directed by Sarah Potts, After spending one last fun day together, single-father Grant and his live-in girlfriend, Abby, have to break the news to Grant’s daughter that the two are splitting up.
Dog Bowl – Directed by Gordy Hoffman. A heartbroken girl spiraling through her life stumbles upon the true nature of her existence after stealing the vest off of a service dog.
Dryland – Directed by Liv Collinder. Reeling in the aftermath of her mother’s suicide attempt, a young swimmer works through her trauma in the water while desperately trying to break the wall of silence at home.
Evoke – Directed by Alexander Gabrielli. Two dormant figures come alive, moving together with the urgency of a fleeting moment. A collaboration between LA-based dance duo WHYTEBERG, director Alexander Gabrielli and producer Christa Boarini, “Evoke” combines contemporary modern dance with a heightened visual aesthetic, exploring our instinctual need for communication and intimacy.
Flex – Directed by Jordan Bahat. A young man wrestles with the devil in a modern day morality tale told through flexing. #WILDCARD
Fog – Directed by Chelsea Woods. Valerie, a successful Black female attorney, must navigate a major career move and the return of her college-aged daughter while hiding her deteriorating mental health.
Glove – Directed by Bernardo Britto. The true story of a glove that’s been floating in space since 1968. #ANIMATION
Ham Heads – Directed by Efren Hernandez. Barry and Larry are the world’s oldest living conjoined twins. Now retired from the sideshow circuit, they live out the rest of their life in their brother’s house. #DOCUMENTARY
Hit & Run – Directed by Jordan Liebowitz. After a car accident disrupts their plans, two low-level drug dealers scramble to dispose of the evidence only to discover their unwitting victim may be far more dangerous than they first imagined.
Hollywood and Sunset – Directed by Clinton Cornwell. Zombie sharks. Sleazy directors. Bragging redheads. Spaghetti. Just another day for struggling actor Audrey as she figures out what to do with her life. #LOCALCINEMA
Homewrecker – Directed by Gabe Hohreiter. A young husband wrestles with temptation after an awkwardly erotic chiropractic appointment.
I Am Michael Jordane – Directed by Daniel Turkiewicz. A young boy must face the challenges and hardships that come with sharing the name of basketball superstar, Michael Jordan. But one day, an opportunity arises where he can use his name for good.
Icebox – Directed by Daniel Sawka. Fleeing gang violence, a young boy from Honduras is arrested crossing the US border and sent to an immigrant detention facility. Trapped inside the “Icebox” and faced with a rigid immigration process, he struggles to gain control of his fate.
Ideal – Directed by Kevan Tucker. A young model must decide whether to acquiesce to a photographer’s increasingly horrific demands in this pitch-black satire of today’s beauty standards.
In Pursuit – Directed by Kevin Mead. A young couple moves cross-country to start a new life. But the moment they arrive, their car gets commandeered in a police chase. They set out to get it back, but the journey forces them to re-examine their relationship and figure out if they’re still chasing the same things… #LOCALCINEMA
Jolly Boy Friday – Directed by Weston Razooli. While scheming to rob their drug dealer, a web of betrayal unfolds amongst three unruly friends.
Killer – Directed by Matt Kazman. When Dusty masturbates for the first time, something terrible happens.
La Obra (The Work) – Directed by Ozzy Villazon. Set against the backdrop of a sordid and urban city, a family struggles to make ends meet. Carlos, a man, deeply devoted to his family, is running out of time and must find work or face eviction.
Lancaster, CA – Directed by Mike Ott. A portrait of love in the California desert. #WILDCARD
Letters I’ll Never Send – Directed by Alyssa Bascon. Alyson embarks on a journey and realizes what unrequited love does to a young woman. #LOCALCINEMA
Mobilize – Directed by Caroline Monnet. Guided expertly by those who live on the land and are driven by the pulse of the natural world, this story takes us on an exhilarating journey from the far north to the urban south. #WILDCARD
Monday – Directed by Alejandro Montoya Marin, Meet Jim. He has been fired and dumped and his day is about to get worse.
Nevadalapse: Monoliths and Foundations – Directed by Ron Rierson. A Time-lapse film exploring Nevada’s modern and historical sites. #LOCALCINEMA #WILDCARD
Night of the Slasher – Directed by Shant Hamassian. A ‘shot-in-one-take’ slasher film about a teenage girl who must commit horror movie sins by drinking alcohol, doing drugs, and having sex to lure a masked killer and defeat him.
NippleJesus – Directed by Jake Lushington, A bouncer finds out that guarding modern art is just as hazardous as controlling the ropes at a nightclub.
No Soliciting -Directed by Voki Kalfayan, A singing telegram girl delivers a ‘Happy Anniversary’ message to a man going through a crisis.
OverAgain – Directed by Marc Pannia, In the blink of an eye, Sam circles back to memories as his relationship falls apart. While living in the past, will he miss what’s right in front of him?
Periphery – Directed by Roberto Raad, A dark incident haunts a man as he tries to write; reliving every torturous moment.
Pet – Directed by Chris Moraitis, Dimitris (a 10 years old boy) is the only child of a rich family. The only person that took care of him, his grandma, is dead. Now his only companion is his pet guinea pig. When Dimitris parents decide a cruel future for him, Dimitris to survive he “cripples” the purest
Poltergeist Picnic Panic – Directed by Mike & Jerry Thompson. It’s the perfect day for a picnic! What could go wrong!? #LOCALCINEMA
Pop Music – Directed by Patrick Muhlberger, After the middle school dance was ruined for Jessie because the DJ didn’t play a song, her disgruntled uncle grabs his samurai sword and heads into suburbia to exact their revenge.
Pudding – Directed by Ryan Betschart, Do you remember Jackson Browne? #WILDCARD
So Good To See You – Directed by Duke Merriman, In this darkly comic take on the dual realities of friendship, a dinner party goes painfully sour.
Somewhere, Not Here – Directed by G Wilson & Spencer Wilson, Exhausted from long travel, Damon visits his girlfriend bearing what he believes to be good news.
Shining Star of Losers Everywhere – Directed by Mickey Duzyj, Haru Urara, a Japanese racehorse, became a national icon after enduring a losing streak of epic proportions. Dubbed “The Shining Star of Losers Everywhere,” she was a symbol of perseverance and inspiration during a time of economic crisis. #DOCUMENTARY
Springbrook – Directed by Alex Kavutskiy & Ariel Gardner, A heartfelt drama about a man whose suicide is interrupted by the arrival of a young girl who changes his life completely forever.
Sumo Road: The Musical – Directed by Ken Ochiai, An overweight exchange student with no friends decides to join the sumo team at a Japanese university. But to ensure his spot, he must stand up to the team leader and face him in an ultimate sumo match. Can he embrace the spirit of sumo or will he be cast out and friendless once again?
Sundae – Directed by Mark Bricker, An allegory of life and the things we savor.
Tonight, Landon Williams – Directed by Clayton LaDue, A struggling musician dreams of being in his own music video at the peak of his career. #MUSICVIDEO
The Aquarium – Directed by Jacobie Gray, A young girl, ignored by her volatile, separated parents, does increasingly desperate things to earn money for a school trip to the aquarium.
The Babysitter Murders – Directed by Ryan Spindell. A dark and stormy night. An innocent babysitter all alone. An escaped psychopath out for blood. You know how this story will play out… Or do you?
The Bloop – Directed by Cara Cusumano. In August of 1997, an unusual ultra-low frequency sound was detected emanating from a point 1,500 miles west of the southern coast of Chile. It was recorded by hydrophones located 5,000 miles apart, making it the loudest unidentified underwater sound ever recorded. It lasted for one minute and was never heard again. #DOCUMENTARY
The Bullet – Directed by Jordan Bahat. A portrait of world record holding human cannonball, David “The Bullet” Smith Jr. #DOCUMENTARY
The Chickening – Directed by Nick Denboer & Davy Force. The Chickening is the first of its kind in remixed, augmented cinema. It is a theatrical trailer for a fictional film in which Stanley Kubrick’s classic film The Shining has been artfully transformed into a new, poultry-infused comedy adventure by digitally altering the film to create a new narrative. #WILDCARD
The Drums “There is Nothing Left”- Directed by David Gantz & Theo Cohn. There Is Nothing Left is a romantic comedy trapped in a horror film featuring trans model Hari Nef and some Bigfoot-like creature. The video follows an attractive and hip young couple on the most cliché LA date only to find they are being followed by a vile monster. #MUSICVIDEO
The Fear of Disappearing – Directed by Joshua Seigel, A young man, tries to find a way to keep himself from disappearing. #YOUNGCINEMA
The Flesh of my Lovers – Directed by Joshua Giuliano. A sociopath prone to ultra-violent fantasies attempts to transform his reclusive lifestyle when the woman of his dreams moves-in next door.
The Man Who Couldn’t Die – Directed by Julius Telmer Zdravko tells his story of a childhood trauma and his own death following a life as a drug addict.
The Mosquito – Joanne Rakotoarisoa, A failed writer finally finds success after writing a book in one night. His secret? A mosquito haunting his room and keeping him constantly awake…
The Procedure – Directed by Calvin Lee Reeder, A man, is captured and forced to endure a strange experiment.
The Puppet Man – Directed by Jacqueline Castel. A supernatural killer stalks a young woman and her friends in a seedy, neon-lit dive bar. Featuring synth compositions and a cameo by horror legend John Carpenter.
There is no Hollywood – Directed by Leonardo Portillo. Hollywood has disappeared, and one desperate man is all that remains. #LOCALCINEMA
Thunder Road – Directed by Jim Cummings. Officer Arnaud loved his Mom.
Trigger – Directed by Christopher Folkens. Kevin is a shy young man who, after being disowned by his family, battles the warring thoughts in his head while coming dangerously close to ending his own life. But when an unsuspecting friend shows up at his doorstep, he must face his past in order to change his life forever.
Turtleface – Directed by Kevin Kane & Rodrigo Lopresti. 1988. Darlington, South Carolina. Two misfits make an unexpected connection after being thrown into a harsh ritual that serves as a right of passage.
Two-Stroked: A Love Story – Directed by Jacqui Carriere. Come along for the ride with Jacqui, Lucian, and the Uglies from Lucky 2 Strokes as they show you their wonderful/horrible world of mopeds. #DOCUMENTARY
Under the Same Sky – Directed by Yoyo Li. During the national campaign of the Chinese government on equal education, city boy Huang’s life and schooling are totally different from Chen’s who lives in the countryside.
Uulx – The Scratcher – Directed by Banchi Hanuse, An unexpected encounter between the hunter and the hunted unfolds. But which is which?
Vicious – Directed by Andrew Jeric. Told through the eyes of those affected, a violent gang-initiation sets into motion a series of tragic and heartbreaking events over the course of one single fateful night.
Wally’s Will – Directed by Matteo J. Mosterts. “Wally’s Will”” is a dark comedy set in a fictional world where our protagonist is an old and very eccentric aristocratic woman. Together with her loyal servant, Doofus, she will have to fight to uphold her crumbling old-money empire against friends, enemies, and some unexpected conspiracies.
Welcome Back – Directed By Elisha Yaffe, Taylor returns home from a mental institution and quickly finds herself stuck at a welcome back party full of people only she can see.
What Happens In Your Brain If You See a German Word… – Directed by Zora Rux. A surrealistic trip into the world of an extremely long German word. #ANIMATION #WILDCARD
Window of Desire – Directed by Georg Vogel. This short film is a story about a traditional, old-fashioned manual craft. The creator is longing to discover the world while sitting in his small familiar comfort zone.
Youth – Directed by Brett Marty. Wasted on the young? In the world of Youth, it doesn’t have to be. An elderly couple struggles together to navigate the obstacles and temptations of a future that offers the promise of perpetual youth.
YOUNG CINEMA LAB
The Chocolatey Antidote, Directed by Jonathan Manera and written by Lucy Berger – A scientist couple, Jasper & Marley, discover a strange creature while on a picnic. Everything seems fine until the creature emits a fluff-like disease, leaving Jasper & Marley to find a way to stop it from spreading.
Ends with a Flash, Directed by Frances Propeck and written by Dewey Moore – Four friends go on a camping adventure. They soon find out that the awesome new phone they found in their cabin turns people into un-living humans. They must figure out a way to make it out alive or not.
Fraternal Bonds, Directed by Alma N. Perez and written by Lucy and Edie Foster – Emmy dreams to win a Nobel Prize and Alexis dreams of being an Olympic Gymnast. Both are fraternal twins who switch bodies one night; after a chemical reaction between Emmy’s science project, that neither of them saw coming. The two girls must find a way to survive in each others shoes as well as figure out how to return to their own bodies.
Mysterious (Very Mysterious), Directed by Tiffanie Ignacio and written by Sophie Adams – a professional assassin, formally known as Q, who reluctantly takes on a job to babysit a wealthy client’s ten-year-old boy. Underestimating the task at hand, she’s thrown off guard when an unexpected opponent arises.
Peter’s Great Adventure, Directed by Emilio and written by Omar Perez – A small chimp doesn’t want to live in the jungle anymore. He seeks greener pastures in a simple, slow paced farm. But he quickly realizes that he misses the jungle.
Snowy Day, Directed by Cory J. Fallon and written by Daniel Perez-Torres – A young child and his gorilla friend encounter a fire demon while playing in the snow.
The Jokester Mystery, Directed by Noah Pitifer and written by Itzel Esparza – Vickie is the last spy kid in Las Vegas. She sets out on one last mission to help her friend Tommy find his brother who has gone missing from the playground. With the help of a king mantis and a crazy ice cream man, Vickie and Tommy set out on an epic Vegas quest for Jacob.
The Potion, Directed by Ngan Ha and written by Isabella Aceituno – A Wizard wants to enter in a magic competition; however, he lost the recipe for the potion he wants to enter with. His two apprentice take on the challenge and travel to the world to help the Wizard recreate his powerful dragon spell!
Transgressions, Directed by Eddie Gomez and written by Astrid Weatherfield – A transgender teenager rescues a neglected girl and the two of them embark on a journey of self-discovery.
Young at Heart, Directed by Boris Obregon and written by Christian Pellinen – Down on his luck, financially challenged Frank runs into his high school crush Mary, and they get along like they haven’t been apart a single day. She invites him to a party at Lawrence’s penthouse without knowing that Lawrence used to bully Frank in high school. Frank notices that Lawrence possesses a very pricey necklace. There he faces a dilemma: Steal the necklace or not?
MUSIC VIDEO LAB
Alaska – Band Members; Cody Furin (guitar), Joel Kirschenbaum (guitar & vocals), Tyler Kawada (bass guitar & vocals), Nick Strader (drums, percussion). Directed by Ryan & Cody LeBoeuf.
Dusty Sunshine – Band Members; Megan Wingerter (vocals, violin & mandolin), Courtney Carroll (drums), Heidi Guinn (vocals & guitar) Aly Prudence (bass guitar) Chani Leavitt (vocals & autoharp), Summer Soll (vocals & banjo). Directed by Justin Bergonzoni.
Glass Pools– Band Members; Bryan Todd (guitar & vocals), Ro Romero (guitar), Mike McDonald (bass guitar, synth & vocals), Emily Sully (drums). Directed by Steven Smith.
Hassan – Band Members; Hassan Hamilton featuring Professor Def. Directed by Drew Marvick.
O WILDY – Band Members: Adam Christopher Smith (lead singer, rhythm guitar), Carlos Vargas (lead guitar), Charlie Gott (drums), Mycah Krason (bass guitar). Directed by Traiana Nescheva.
WNTRBRK – Band Members; Jordan Collins. Directed by Kelly Schwarze.