You Won’t // “No Divide” from Extraneous Music LLC on Vimeo. This is the second of my 2016 collaborations with You Won’t, for the track No Divide off of their new album Revolutionaries. I love the song, and I hope what I put forth into being a part of this video, directed by You Won’t’s extreme renaissance […]
You Won't // "Ya Ya Ya" from Extraneous Music LLC on Vimeo. 2016 Brings with it an upcoming album by my some of my besties in life and collaboration: You Won’t. It’s been 4 years since we got together to make a couple of crazy videos for their debut album, Skeptic Goodbye, and they’re back with to […]
I’m not sure why I have the fortune of knowing the musicians that I do – but I’m not complaining about it. One of the most prolific and talented among them is Matt Lorenz. He’s kind of a holy man. I first laid eyes and ears upon him when he was performing with his group […]
This video is a continuous, single-shot – an extreme effort to pull off that was made possible thanks to a whole bunch of people. This all started when my dear friend, Gideon Irving, finally got to do his incredible home show in Oakland where I was living. I knew Gideon’s work was great, but the […]
This here is the music video for the San Francisco/Bay-Area-based David Bowie cover band, Lady Stardust. The female dominant group features the vocal styling of my endlessly talented wife and often-as-possible creative collaborator, Laurel Butler. Alongside her in the group are Maria Walsh on guitar, Jackie Oppedisano on drums, and Timothy Rottenberg on bass. The […]
2013. Comedic short, described as “pleasantly depressing,” this is a brief take on smartphone and technology culture. Featuring: Ewen Wright & Laurel Butler, with Nate Sloan, Victoria Van Way, Bill Bowles Special Thanks to Bill Bowles, Laurel Butler, and Brian Birchett for their crew work.
This music video was about a year in the making. Created for the Oakland-based hip hop team Golden Age (Local Emcee “Do D.A.T.” and DJ “Malicous Lee”), and shot in a single weekend, the video weaves an intense narrative of karma. This one came to be thanks to a group of micro-financers and supporters (listed below). […]
This music video for You Won’t was shot in August, 2012 and premiered via Spin Magazine in October. For more information on how the video was made, please check out the behind the scenes!
A selection of clips from non-fiction work directed, shot, and edited by Ewen Wright. Clients include: PathBrite, Oakland Art Murmur, The Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and Exhale.
Check out the official music video for Three Car Garage by You Won’t. Featuring front man Josh Arnoudse and Cool Cat Productions director Ewen Wright, this video was shot in January 2012. Behind the camera for this shoot was Raky Sastri, the other member of the two man musical duo. The video premiered via Spin […]
This short comedy was the final product of a New Mexico New Visions Award I received from the New Mexico Film Office in 2009. Shot on location in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico it follows two friends who spend a fateful day stuck there after being robbed. The individual scenes act almost as chronological vignettes to […]
Short film about four boys who settle their differences the nicest way they know how: war. Story By: Peter Kalmes, Ewen Wright, and Nando Fresquez Written and Directed by: Ewen Wright Starring (in order of appearance): Ewen Wright Nando Fresquez Alex Knight Peter Kalmes Laurel Butler
Clips compiled from a selection of works written and directed by Ewen Wright. Works included range from productions taking place from 2006 – 2010.
This video was created in 2008. My friend Josh had sent along some songs he recorded, this one inspired a lot of images in my head and gave me an excuse to play them out. Josh and my other dear friend Raky are now touring this song and more with their highly successful duo You […]
This video was created as part of an original theatrical production titled The Great Negocio. The video is modeled after those used by large corporations such as Dow Chemical, BP Oil, and Chevron to combat bad PR. These companies tend to pump millions of dollars into ads that work to convince the public that the […]
Three shorts, meant to be seen together. Shot on a combination of 16mm and Super 8 during my time in college.