For Kodaline’s “All I Want”,  Stevie Russell directs two beautiful music videos centered around a strangely looking character and his desires to feel integrated and loved. Both very emotional, verging short films, both very well put together and acted, these two vids redefine the relation between a song and its music video. Tough job picking which one is better!    

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    Electric Cinema

    title:

    All I Want

    artist:

    Kodaline

    director:

    Stevie Russell

    stevierussell.com

    kodaline.com


     


    All I Want

    For Kodaline’s “All I Want”,  Stevie Russell directs two beautiful music videos centered around a strangely looking character and his desires to feel integrated and loved. Both very emotional, verging short films, both very well put together and acted, these two vids redefine the relation between a song and its music video. Tough job picking which one is better!

     

     

    Tags: award winner, directors from UK, drama, live-action, love story


    Electric Cinema

    21 Clips

    Super cinematic live action clips that tell a story.

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