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Homegrown Music Video Festival 2013

For the fifth year in a row, Annie Dugan from the Free Range Film Festival and the Duluth Art Institute organized the Homegrown Music Video Festival. Videographers were assigned a song by a local band on March 1, and had until April 16 to create a video.
 

The Keep Aways – “Over Your Shoulder”
Video by Brian Barber
Key Grip – Chris Bacigalupo
 

Phantom Ship – “Japan”
Video by Grant Ertl
 

A Winter Downpour – “Vandrovec, I Need Help”
Moving pictures by Kathy McTavish (from Saint Patrick’s Cathedral in New York)
 

La Foret – “Today is the Yesterday that We Will not Remember Tomorrow”
Director: Carl Hansen (Hansen International Productions)
Cinematography: Beau Larson (Stem Christie Media)
 

James and Younger – “A Place To Run”
Video by Emily Norton
 

The People Say Fox – “The Roseman”
Video by Al Skomars of Sanguine Pictures
 

Hattie Peterson – “Fossil Fears”
Video by Carla Blumberg
 

Lion or Gazelle – “There’s Blood in Fire”
Video by Richard Narum
 

Red Mountain – “Beautiful Love”
By Edward L. Simon
 

Little Black Books – “Silendo”
Video by Richard Hansen
 

Tangier 57 – “Last Tango in Duluth”
Video by Hannah Bockbrader
 

American Rebels – “Hurts Like Hell”
Video by Justin Sinks
 

Bill Bastain & Israel Malachi – “Ice Castles in Darkness”
Video by Michael Hillmeyer
 

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