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Mathew Cullen video for Weezer’s Pork & Beans wins Grammy

Mathew Cullen video for Weezer’s Pork & Beans wins Grammy

David Knight - 13th Feb 2009

Somewhat belated congratulations to Mathew Cullen and Motion Theory for winning the best short-form music video award for the wonderful video for Weezer's Pork And Beans at the 51st Grammy Awards last Sunday.

Somewhat belated congratulations to Mathew Cullen and Motion Theory for winning the best short-form music video award for the wonderful video for <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watchv=muP9eH2p2PI">Weezer's Pork And Beans</a> at the 51st Grammy Awards last Sunday. The brilliant celebration of viral-culture for Pork And Beans was selected ahead of Erykah Badu's Honey, directed by Erykah and Mr. Roboto (aka Chris Robinson); Gnarls Barkley's Who's Gonna Save My Soul, directed by Chris Milk; Alicia Keys and Jack White's Another Way To Die directed by PR Brown and MK12; and Radiohead's House Of Cards directed by James Frost. In the longform music video category the award went to Tom Petty &amp; The Heartbreakers' Runnin' Down A Dream directed by Peter Bogdanovich.

The brilliant celebration of viral-culture for Pork And Beans was selected ahead of Erykah Badu's Honey, directed by Erykah and Mr. Roboto (aka Chris Robinson); Gnarls Barkley's Who's Gonna Save My Soul, directed by Chris Milk; Alicia Keys and Jack White's Another Way To Die directed by PR Brown and MK12; and Radiohead's House Of Cards directed by James Frost.

Somewhat belated congratulations to Mathew Cullen and Motion Theory for winning the best short-form music video award for the wonderful video for <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watchv=muP9eH2p2PI">Weezer's Pork And Beans</a> at the 51st Grammy Awards last Sunday. The brilliant celebration of viral-culture for Pork And Beans was selected ahead of Erykah Badu's Honey, directed by Erykah and Mr. Roboto (aka Chris Robinson); Gnarls Barkley's Who's Gonna Save My Soul, directed by Chris Milk; Alicia Keys and Jack White's Another Way To Die directed by PR Brown and MK12; and Radiohead's House Of Cards directed by James Frost. In the longform music video category the award went to Tom Petty &amp; The Heartbreakers' Runnin' Down A Dream directed by Peter Bogdanovich.

In the longform music video category the award went to Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers' Runnin' Down A Dream directed by Peter Bogdanovich.

David Knight - 13th Feb 2009

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