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New York City : Wait For Me: Moby Video.

April 5, 2010

Post Script Sept 30 2010 : Over 20,000 You Tube hit in the 5 plus months since original posting.

Here’s our Moby Video Competition Entry. Finally today, the 5th of April our video has been uploaded to the competition website, http://www.Genero.tv   We’re delighted with how it looks and we’re quietly optimistic about our chances. Below is a low resolution You Tube version of it.Like what we did? We need your VOTE!   Please come to the competition site HERE

http://genero.tv/watch-video/5602/

and simply click the vote button under the video to give us your approval.You may need to supply your email address. Voting closes: Monday Apr 12, 11.59pm GMT, so don’t delay… 6 Finalists announced: Apr 13. Winner announced: Apr 19 Judging Panel; Moby and Genero.tv For information about the making of the Wait For me video please see an earlier post HERE Thank You. Sean and Hy.

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7 Comments leave one →
  1. Tom permalink
    April 5, 2010 8:45 pm

    My mind is reeling. WOW.

  2. Dave permalink
    June 3, 2010 3:03 pm

    I really like that is was done in black and white. The song choice helps create that black and white image aswell. What would be another cool idea would be to do that same video editing style of time square. Or even possibly do it at night so u see the blur of car lights and taxis going everywhere aswell as the animated bar crawlers at night in the shot.

  3. July 27, 2010 9:45 pm

    You do some terrific work. This Moby piece, I think, is more mesmerizing each time I see it — on the first view, you see the entire tapestry, but with each ensuing view, you pick up the little threads — individual characters on the street, or the passing cars or trucks, or the details like how the flow of people matches the beat, or how the intersection seems to clear on the chorus of the song.

    • July 28, 2010 1:32 am

      The Croce video, New York’s Not My Home, was shot at the same intersection and at one one block away from the NYC intersection that Wait For Me was shot at.
      Hope some day Mike, you will give me permission to make video cover of one of your songs.
      Best,
      Hy

  4. damian permalink
    September 30, 2010 7:01 pm

    Great stuff Hy. I enjoyed the history of that building you are adapting. D.

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