"Bipolar Bear Mania" by Holy Rolling Empire (World Premiere)
Dir. Chelsea Coles
A toy society, awoken from slumber, starts a revolution against a world run by evil in this fantasy-inspired music video for local Tucson band Holy Rolling Empire.
"City of Noise" by The Summerlad (Southwest Premiere)
Dir. Mitch Barany
Follow a man as he competes against different realities of himself for a magic treasure chest. The Summerlads 'City of Noise' music video takes you through a maze of rooms and crosses portals that bridge space and time.
"Diamond Dave" by The Bird and The Bee (Southwest Premiere)
Dir. Jake Kasdan
A tribute song to the one and only David Lee Roth. Starring Eric Wareheim, Simon Helberg and Ken Jeong.
"Glean" by El Cantador (Southwest Premiere)
Dir. Gideon C. Kennedy & Marcus Rosentrater
As the song title suggests, the video gathers useful remnants of the bands performance by filming their shadows, a visual synonym for the ephemeral nature of song.
"Her Morning Elegance" by Oren Lavie (Arizona Premiere)
Dir. Oren Lavie & Yuval Nathan
Roughly 3225 still photos were used to create this video, using one camera.
"Hurricane" by The Volcanics (Arizona Premiere)
Dir. James Gerrity
The missing opening credit sequence for the 1964 film "Hurricane."
"Locked and Loaded" by Miko Marks (US Premiere)
Dir. Edward Rosenblum
One of Nashville's hottest new country stars, Miko Marks is back with her second video release, directed by San Francisco filmmaker Edward Rosenblum who is a proud native of Tucson Arizona. Locked & Loaded features a cameo by Grammy Award winner, DWayne Wiggins of Tony Toni Tone.
Lonesome Dog Blues (US Premiere)
Dir. Donna McRae
A little dog dreams of becoming a musician. Featuring the song Bumblebee Flat Blues by James Shepard.
"Mykonos" by Fleet Foxes (Southwest Premiere)
Dir. Sean Pecknold
This is an animated music video for the Fleet Foxes song "Mykonos."
"Nippon Ga Dai Suki (Japan We Love You!)" by The Orion Experience (US Premiere)
Dir. Keith Ozar
In their secret underground laboratory, The Orion Experience is called to do battle with Panko the Pink Monster. They blast off in their Astro Van in order to save the city from destruction! From Director Keith Ozar, a University of Arizona alumni and Art Director Anney Fresh.
"Red Line Season" by These Arms Are Snakes (Arizona Premiere)
Dir. Artifical Army
From the album Tail Swallower and Dove, get behind the wheel with Seattles hard rockers These Arms Are Snakes.
"Repeal Cataracts" by The Danger Board (Southwest Premiere)
Dir. Gwen Heyn & Tyler Jenson
A "single-shot" music video portraying The Danger Board's hectic morning routine.
"Saint Conformity" by Giant Sand (US Premiere)
Prod. Steve Valdez & Michael Toubassi
From the album Confluence, this is a live in-studio performance featuring Tucsons own Howe Gelb.
"Short Winded" by Mossmaja (US Premiere)
Dir. Joshua M. Dragotta
An homage to "old school" rap music videos set against the backdrop of San Bernadino. Mossmaja lights up the streets with phat beats and steady delivery.
"Song Away" by Hockey (Southwest Premiere)
Dir. Josh Forbes
Two geeks liberate a stuffy hipster party through some interesting dance moves and end up falling in love.
Featuring actress Charlyne Yi (Paper Heart, Knocked Up).
"Suzie" by A B & The Sea (World Premiere)
Dir. Gairo Cuevas
Contestants compete for Suzie's heart on a reality television show.
"Swan Song" by Brightwood (US Premiere)
Dir. Dillon Novak
A story of lost love and acceptance.
Thresheld (Southwest Premiere)
Dir. Brook K. Gauthier
Thresheld is a contemporary dance film that blurs the line between pedestrian gesture and modern forms of movement.
Featuring music by Andrew Bird.
Westward Soldier! (US Premiere)
Dir. David Neff
A music video for a song about maritime existentialism. Original music written and recorded by local filmmaker David Neff.
"What's The Difference" by Mathematicians (World Premiere)
Dir. Dr. Jonathan Phelps
Get in the Mathematicians band van to explore the universe and beyond in this rock-and-roll dance party music video featuring live shows and anime!
Crossroads 6 Cinema
4811 E. Grant Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85712
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|