Antony and the Johnsons
Video for "Hope There's Someone" by up-and-coming NYC director Glen Fogel. The video, and cover art for the single, features a captivating portrait of NYC legend Joey Gabriel.
also from Antony and the Johnsons...
flash animations by Adam Shecter
damn thats a slow server!
while u wait, do treat yourself to those two flash animations. i didn't really like the characters' faces, but apart from that, they're... very special. the second one particularly. super-naive, but very inventive in imagery, and incredibly well paired with the track. thanx for these, 1manguy.
while you're waiting, watch these animations:
Don't bother waiting. It took over an hour to DL and then it didn't even work. People should take more care when posting on this board.
the music in the lake makes me want to vomit. and i like my animations a little livelier?
god damn I need to see this video!! anyone, please mirror it or someting!
ok, either there's a story behind fogel or "hope there's someone" or gabriel, or else... why do i want to watch this? there's really nothing there...
(what a let-down after all that time wait...)
Very nice video, and although it took a long time to download it's certainly worth the wait
only the low version?
just came back from my first Antony-concert...
I've never seen anything better
will see antony on june 13, at last! thanks for sharing all this on here!
the video looks and runs great on the secretly candian website: www.secretlycanadian.com
Thank you for that new link loganrun!
Joey's someone very special to me. I tell her almost every day how much I love her, but, she thinks I mean 'relationship,' and I mean like pure, love of spirit. She always tells me 'I can't give you what you want (meaning - I think - being able to go out to dinner, or whatnot, whenever), and I say; 'I don't 'want' anything but you to know that.
I know I'm saying personal stuff, but, she thinks I'm usually a 'happy' person, even though i say it's just a mask. These past few days have been very hard on me, and I know she's dealing with her shit. She showed me a book she found - it was a wooden-covered , beautiful album with words and pictures, and there were so many people who've passed away.
It was bad weather here, in NYC, and she walked with me, and then, we went our own ways - me to the subway and home, and she to...
She rang me about an hour later - I know - it was just an 'I'm bored, entertain me' call, but, she started in - correcting things I said (thanks, mommy), and though I'd normally brush it away, sometimes we all need a little kindness.
She's such a terrific person - definitely no saint - and I'll always love her,
I came across this by sheer serendipity. It's beautiful.