Written by Erin Hill; Directed by David Frame & Matt Bockelman; Produced by David Frame
Erin (aka The Sci-Fi Harp Girl) plays the harp, sings, and writes songs with science fiction lyrics; Lookout, Science is a song with a story: like a five-minute Twilight Zone episode set to a pop tune about the relationship between science and religion.
God (or Mom, depending on how you look at it) has a scientist daughter and pastor son. Erin plays an angel (with a harp, of course!) given a mission by God that she must carry out in appropriately mysterious, scientific, and supernatural fashion. The video also pays tribute to the TZ episode ‘Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?’ Stars Marni Nixon and Lisa Roberts Gillan.
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Written by Erin Hill; Produced by Erin Hill, David Frame, Mike Nolan; Directed by Michael O’Donnell
A music video by Erin Hill and her Psychedelic Harp, it’s like a four-and-a-half minute Twilight Zone episode set to a pop tune. Erin (aka The Sci-Fi Harp Girl) plays the harp, sings, and writes songs with science fiction lyrics. The video is set in the 1950’s, during the Golden Age of Science Fiction, and takes inspiration from Bradbury, Bowie, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Village of the Damned, and the music of the psychedelic era. Erin is also proud to have been inspired by that other great sci-fi harpist: Mr. Spock!
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Written/Directed by Yfke van Berckelaer; Produced by Yfke van Berckelaer, Darren Herczeg
The last thing Damian and Pippa wanted was to fall in love. Yet when they first looked into each others’ eyes, love is exactly what happens—so much so that it makes them, and everyone else in the park, burst into song and dance.
This one-song, one-shot musical will make you want to fall Madly in Love!
Written/Directed/Produced by Raymond Carr
In a farm forgotten by time, Viola and Theodore are a couple of dust bowl farm kids who love to play circus. But their lives are flipped upside down when they are caught in an accident with Viola’s abusive father in a struggle. They decide to run away and join a ghostly circus that appears in a 1920’s style Speakeasy.
This new long-form narrative music video is based on the Song “Old Man Cabbage” by Atlanta’s own Ninja Puppet Productions Blair Crimmins and the Hookers and features the magnificent Imperial Opa Circus performers.
Written/Produced by Dan Avidan, Brian Wecht; Directed by Jim Turner, Egoraptor (animation)
NYC comedy band Ninja Sex Party explores what it would be like if a bunch of dinosaurs had a laser battle in space. Based on a true story.