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Death and Magic Castles Death and Magic Castles

Death and Magic Castles

On a beautiful, sunny day five year old Zizou fell to the ground and died when his heart suddenly stopped. In that moment of losing my son I was thrown into the cold reality of America’s complicated relationship with death. Through animation, "Death and Magic Castles" explores traditions of mourning and loss in different cultures and follows my quest to bring death and life closer together. As the world collectively grieves this past year and a half, this short animated documentary gives hope for healing and tackles how to externalize grief in a culture where mourning is taboo and the goal is to live forever.
Billy Billy


An obsessive professor experiences a series of tragic events after uncovering new information surrounding the subject of his latest research - Billy, the Pygmy Hippopotamus.
It Always Could Be Worse It Always Could Be Worse

It Always Could Be Worse

This music video follows a little bear who recalls a number of unpleasant experiences - a sore throat, a long car ride, eating a whole pie and getting a tummy ache. Each time, the bear is met by other animals whose natural states put the little bears woes into perspective. After all, "it always could be worse."
Ride Of The Devils Teeth Ride Of The Devils Teeth

Ride Of The Devils Teeth

Ride of the Devils Teeth is one of those rare songs for us that took a LONG time to write. We went through a few iterations over the course of many months, but once it clicked it immediately fit into the Chong Li world that we were envisioning. The galloping drums immediately conjured images of a gang of thieves on horseback riding through the desert in the moonlight.

Made with no budget, the video follows along with that thought of galloping horses. Having loosely talked about a Chong Li storyline for the album, this video represents ‘Chong’ as an unstoppable force of violent intensity and punches to the face. Overall, we wanted to convey a fun, hallucinogenic series of images that invoke the likes of the old west, feudal japan, post-apocalyptic hellscapes, and mythological monsters.
Johnny Crow Johnny Crow

Johnny Crow

A poetic and transformative journey of a young man’s physical, mental, and spiritual struggle to return to his son through the criminal justice system and the layers of colonization it represents. Created by animating spray-painted murals frame-by-frame, Cree artist Jesse Gouchey painted each frame on large outdoor surfaces over a period of seven years in numerous locations across Alberta and BC. Johnny Crow's struggle speaks to the resilience of modern day warriors surviving and resisting bureaucratic battles of written laws vs oral traditions, and is contrasted by a haunting poem written and performed by spoken word artist Mitcholos Touchie. Turtle Island agreements were to share, and nobody was conquered. Today's resistance seeks to expose and correct treaty trickery, the dishonourable paper wars that are won and lost with the flick of a stock market digit.

Music by Bull Horn Singers, Billy Wadsworth, Celina Kalluk, Daniel Neary, Pura Fé, Cary L. Morin, and Antonia Crescioni.

*Note there is also a version with three "f*** offs" at the start of the film, if you prefer to screen that version.
Password: CROW

The non-explicit version is what is attached to this profile.
Life's Been Good To Me Life's Been Good To Me

Life's Been Good To Me

Follow Yellow Days (columbia records) and Ric Wilson as they dance around London to their newest single "Life's Been Good To Me"

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