Promonews - 10th Apr 2013

Diane Martel made two versions of Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines. Robin and T.I. and Pharrell with some beautiful girls – one the girls are wearing tops, and one they take them off. The latter is now banned from YouTube, but viewable on Vevo and on Vimeo. Lots of press has resulted, including this one about Google’s take on what is and is not acceptable on YouTube.

So is it art or porn… or both? Whatever, Robin can’t be complaining.

PRO Credits


DirectorDiane Martel
Executive ProducerColeen Haynes
ProducerDave Robertson
EditorialArcade Edit
EditorPaul Martinez
Executive ProducerDamian Stevens
Executive ProducerNicole Visram
Post ProducerKirsten Thon-Webb
Assistant EditorDean Miyahira

Promonews - 10th Apr 2013

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