Promo News - 15th Nov 2018

Margo Price is in a house on a pick-up truck rolling through America, showing us what it means to be All American Made.

Shot against the background of varying, everyday American landscapes, the video for Price's All American Made (from her album of the same name) features no actors, just real life men and women engaged in the struggles and successes of the everyday - a snapshot of America.

Kimberly Stuckwisch and Carlos Lopez Estrada, co-founders of Little Ugly, shot the video in eight cities across five states in nine days, highlighting individuals from all across these communities, including Leona Tate, one of the first children to integrate into white schools in New Orleans, who now heads her own foundation in support of inner-city youths; Sherrell Street, an Indiana farmer dealing with the recent loss of his wife; and the Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition from Price's adopted hometown of Nashville, Tennessee.

Credits

DirectorKimberly Stuckwisch
ProducerMelissa Kyle & Jimmy Loweree & Ian Blair
Production CompanyLittle Ugly
Executive ProducerKimberly Stuckwisch & Melora Donoghue & Neil Garvey & Carlos Lopez Estrada
Director of PhotographyJohn Schmidt
LabelThird Man Records
Co-DirectorCarlos Lopez Estrada
Other creditsSpecial Thanks: Leona Tate and the Leona Tate Foundation For Change, Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition, Burnell Cotlon and Galvez Goodies, Jade Peters & The Brownstown School District

Promo News - 15th Nov 2018

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