Emmanuel Jal couldn’t be further removed from his life as a former child soldier in Sudan. Now living in Toronto, the artist has a brand new album entitled “The Key” in stores and online now, and premiered a new film “The Good Lie” with co-star Reese Witherspoon at TIFF this year.
He teamed up once again with Director Grandson & Son on his latest video “My Power”, featuring Chic and the legendary Nile Rodgers. The team previously collaborated on the video for “Cush”, which you can watch right here.
“My Power” tells the story of a robot who appears in the village and meets a young boy. The robot struggles with fighting for the army, or standing up for the boy and his village. Perhaps a subtle reference to Emmanuel’s past in Sudan.
Watch “My Power” by Emmanuel Jal featuring Nile Rodgers and Chic, directed by Grandson and Son, above!
We recently helped produce a photoshoot for the grassroots organization Moms Demand Action. The PSA recently debuted online and has started an important discussion about guns in America.
Did you know Kroger stores allow loaded firearms in their stores, but not outside food, skateboards, or shirtless customers?
Read more about it here and see the rest of the photos in this article by Huffington Post.
Photography by Eden Robbins.
Singer Maiko Watson and Producer/DJ Cyclist were lucky enough to receive MuchFACT funding for their soulful collaboration “Shine”. The video, directed by Adam Goldhammer, is a visually enthralling piece with all things luminescent, glowing, and “shiny”!
Maiko looks stunning throughout, while Cyclist appears effortlessly cool.
Check out “Shine” by Maiko Watson & Cyclist, directed by Adam Goldhammer, above!
Singer-songwriter Bobby Bazini is about to make a splash on the Canadian music scene. Director Lisa Mann teamed up with Bobby to create a beautiful and soulful companion to his hit song “Bubblegum (I Can’t Stop This Feeling)”.
Filmed on location in Toronto, the video is a sensual and passionate piece that exudes the feelings of the song perfectly.
Check out “Bubblegum” by Bobby Bazini, directed by Lisa Mann, above!
Fresh off their 2012 Juno Award Music Video of the Year nomination for “The Stand”, Mother Mother and John JP Poliquin teamed up again to bring you the epic and hypnotic video for “Get Out The Way”, the lead single from their upcoming album.
Not only is the video a mesmerizing and enthralling clip, the project is a groundbreaking interactive experience, in conjunction with MuchFACT’s content package program.
They just launched this interactive website, where you can make your own edit and share it with your friends! Check that out right here!
And watch the Director’s cut of “Get Out The Way” by Mother Mother, directed by John JP Poliquin, above!
Rising country star Madeline Merlo, who made a splash with her debut single “Sinking Like A Stone”, is back with her next hit song “Alive”.
The video was directed by John JP Poliquin and was shot on location at Jean Dry Lake Bed, just outside Las Vegas, Nevada. The beautiful video is a carefree and whimsical clip, with Madeline and friends hosting their own “Burning Man” style event in the middle of the desert. It’s a dreamy and beautiful video from beginning to end.
Watch “Alive” by Madeline Merlo, directed by JP Poliquin, above!
Canadian rock legend Tom Cochrane is BACK with his summer feel-good hit “Sunday Afternoon Hang”.
Directed by Stephano Barberis, the video is an epic cottage country bash, which goes perfectly with the songs feel-good and carefree lyrics. We definitely would want to be a part of this party!
Featuring cameos from country stars Jess Moskaluke, Hayley, and Chad Brownlee, watch the video for “Sunday Afternoon Hang” above!
Aaron Pritchett teamed up with Director Stephano Barberis for his latest music video, “Boat On The Water”.
The tongue-in-cheek video features some great shots of his love interest, but all is not as it seems! Make sure you watch the whole thing for the twist at the end – and a surprise cameo from a Canadian country star!
Watch “Boat on the Water” by Aaron Pritchett, directed by Stephano Barberis, above!
Canadian indie-rock band Alvvays had a big hit on their hands with their debut single “Adult Diversion”. The follow-up to that hit, titled “Archie, Marry Me”, is just as effortlessly cool.
Director Gavin Keen teamed up with Alvvays, fronted by singer Molly Rankin, for the video.
Shot on location in the Toronto area, the clip was supported by Bell’s MuchFACT program.
Check out the uber-cool video for “Archie, Marry Me” by Alvvays, directed by Gavin Keen, above!