David Knight - 27th June 2011

Alberto Gomez, born in Mexico, graduated from the Vancouver Film School two years ago. Since then he has made some independent shorts, and work for local artists through is independent brand GroovyChaos. His winning video was chosen from ten finalists by a panel of judges including creatives from Saatchi & Saatchi, Vimeo and BUG, and Moby himself.

The other finalists, whose work was shown in a montage at the Cannes screening, were Frank Beltrán, David Evan Bowers, Brian McCann, Lindsay MacKay, Antonin Pevny, Oden Roberts, Martin Rodahl, Alexey Terehoff, and Roland Wittl. Gomez's winning video was the final work shown at the event.

The show began with a audio-visual installation and performance by Warp artist Jamie Lidell. The visuals were created by Aaron Meyers, who developed innovative performance software, Turner Prize-nominated artist Mark Titchner and visual FX and video designers Marshmallow Laser Feast, and were produced by Juliette Larthe.

Hello, Future Music Video Challenge finalists here

David Knight - 27th June 2011

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