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MGMT's Time To Pretend by Ray Tintori

MGMT's Time To Pretend by Ray Tintori

David Knight - 12th Feb 2008

Tintori's fantastic video for MGMT's Time To Pretend is psychedelic, raw, dazzling - and made in 3D (although we'll make do with the regular version here). He also directed another MGMT video for <a href="http://www.whoismgmt.com/efvideo/" _blank="">Electric Feel</a> - in a similar trippy-video vein, but that one is also interactive: it allows the user to 'edit' the footage it as they watch. How clever is that Tintori has been one to watch since his student film Death To The Tinman premiered at Sundance last year where it received an honourable mention, then played South By South West and the New York Film Festival. There's a buzz about Ray alright - and Partizan have now signed him for worldwide representation.

Tintori's fantastic video for MGMT's Time To Pretend is psychedelic, raw, dazzling - and made in 3D (although we'll make do with the regular version here).

Tintori's fantastic video for MGMT's Time To Pretend is psychedelic, raw, dazzling - and made in 3D (although we'll make do with the regular version here). He also directed another MGMT video for <a href="http://www.whoismgmt.com/efvideo/" _blank="">Electric Feel</a> - in a similar trippy-video vein, but that one is also interactive: it allows the user to 'edit' the footage it as they watch. How clever is that Tintori has been one to watch since his student film Death To The Tinman premiered at Sundance last year where it received an honourable mention, then played South By South West and the New York Film Festival. There's a buzz about Ray alright - and Partizan have now signed him for worldwide representation.

He also directed another MGMT video for Electric Feel - in a similar trippy-video vein, but that one is also interactive: it allows the user to 'edit' the footage it as they watch. How clever is that

Tintori's fantastic video for MGMT's Time To Pretend is psychedelic, raw, dazzling - and made in 3D (although we'll make do with the regular version here). He also directed another MGMT video for <a href="http://www.whoismgmt.com/efvideo/" _blank="">Electric Feel</a> - in a similar trippy-video vein, but that one is also interactive: it allows the user to 'edit' the footage it as they watch. How clever is that Tintori has been one to watch since his student film Death To The Tinman premiered at Sundance last year where it received an honourable mention, then played South By South West and the New York Film Festival. There's a buzz about Ray alright - and Partizan have now signed him for worldwide representation.

Tintori has been one to watch since his student film Death To The Tinman premiered at Sundance last year where it received an honourable mention, then played South By South West and the New York Film Festival.

Tintori's fantastic video for MGMT's Time To Pretend is psychedelic, raw, dazzling - and made in 3D (although we'll make do with the regular version here). He also directed another MGMT video for <a href="http://www.whoismgmt.com/efvideo/" _blank="">Electric Feel</a> - in a similar trippy-video vein, but that one is also interactive: it allows the user to 'edit' the footage it as they watch. How clever is that Tintori has been one to watch since his student film Death To The Tinman premiered at Sundance last year where it received an honourable mention, then played South By South West and the New York Film Festival. There's a buzz about Ray alright - and Partizan have now signed him for worldwide representation.

There's a buzz about Ray alright - and Partizan have now signed him for worldwide representation.

Tintori's fantastic video for MGMT's Time To Pretend is psychedelic, raw, dazzling - and made in 3D (although we'll make do with the regular version here). He also directed another MGMT video for <a href="http://www.whoismgmt.com/efvideo/" _blank="">Electric Feel</a> - in a similar trippy-video vein, but that one is also interactive: it allows the user to 'edit' the footage it as they watch. How clever is that Tintori has been one to watch since his student film Death To The Tinman premiered at Sundance last year where it received an honourable mention, then played South By South West and the New York Film Festival. There's a buzz about Ray alright - and Partizan have now signed him for worldwide representation.

David Knight - 12th Feb 2008

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