Watch: Jacob Gentry's Sci-Fi Short 'After the Disco' for Broken Bells
Music video weekend. If you're in the mood for something a bit flashy and fun this weekend, queue up these two back-to-back music videos from Broken Bells that together form a short titled After the Disco (found via SlashFilm), directed by Jacob Gentry (Last Goodbye, The Signal, My Super Psycho Sweet 16) for The Creators Project. The videos star actors Kate Mara (127 Hours, Iron Man 2, Transcendence) and Anton Yelchin (The Beaver, Fright Night, Star Trek) in a sci-fi romance involving an adorable fallen astronaut. These have cool colorful visuals, two quirky lovers, and some disco fun, so fire ’em up and have a good time.
"Part 1: Angel and The Fool":
""Part 2: Holding On For Life":
Directed by Jacob Gentry and produced by POPfilms featuring the band Broken Bells in conjunction with The Creators Project, the video follows Oliver (Anton Yelchin) as he slips into a parallel universe where he meets the love of his life in the form of fallen astronaut, Helen (Kate Mara). Before they can fully embrace one another, a pink, glowing starship threatens their unity. Part 1 sets up the story but leaves us hanging with a brutal cliff hanger. Part 2 follows the star-crossed lovers as they enter a space ship (after by-passing security guards, played by none other than the band itself). For more, head to YouTube. Get the album here.
Reader Feedback - 5 Comments
Cool THX Alex
Ehsan Davodi on Nov 23, 2013
Oh, Sweet Kate Mara!
toonfed on Nov 24, 2013
A very touching story with a great plot and depth. Truly a great movie and meaning. Very good to see, I really like it
Kizi jogos on Nov 24, 2013
Into this short film! If you haven't had a chance to check out their new song "Holding On For Life" yet, now is the time! http://www.brokenbells.com/
Max Kovalchuk on Nov 27, 2013
After all this hullabaloo about Broken Bells I had to preorder their album. It's gonna be such a great experience https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/after-the-disco/id734744722
JordanOverton on Dec 8, 2013
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