"Am I Awake?" by They Might Be Giants

Narcoleptic existentialism meets broadcast journalism and the assassination of an American president, all set to the toe-tappin' rock stylings of They Might Be Giants. Directed, Produced and Edited by Alex Italics. Cinematography by Brody Anderson. As featured in Laughing SquidOFFICIAL SELECTION at seven film festivals worldwide.  Named one of the 25 Best Music Videos of the Year by Slant Magazine and one of the 15 Best Music Videos of the Year by AZCentral.

"I Can Help The Next In Line" by They Might Be Giants

Like watching a K-Tel compilation album informercial during a bad trip, this video matches They Might Be Giants' quirkiness with Adult Swim style madness and subtle-yet-effective optical illusions. Directed, Produced and Edited by Alex Italics. Cinematography by Brody Anderson.  As featured in Laughing Squid.

"No Sleep" by Head Over Heart

A surreal blend of voyeurism, psychoanalysis, and 1970s educational filmstrips complement the relentlessly climactic beats of dynamic synth-pop duo Head Over Heart. Directed and Edited by Alex Italics. Cinematography by Brody Anderson. As featured in Entertainment Weekly.

"I Am Invisible" by They Might Be Giants

A zany mad scientist (portrayed by Michael Dean) wreaks havoc after discovering the secret formula for an invisibility potion.  Directed, Produced and Edited by Alex Italics.  Cinematography by Symeon Platts. As featured in Tucson Weekly.

"Traces of Teddy" by LIPS

A race of giant Lips-headed aliens invade Earth in search of a mate for their queen in this 1950s B-movie science fiction homage for New Zealand's prestigious Silver Scroll Award winning rockers LIPS. Directed, Produced and Edited by Alex Italics. Cinematography by Brody Anderson. As featured on Digital Bolex and Stuff NZ.

"Is This The Time Of Our Lives?" by Ryanhood

A found-footage-style ode to future nostalgia, featuring the songwriting powerhouse (and International Acoustic Music Award winners) Ryanhood. Directed, Produced and Edited by Alex Italics. Cinematography by Brody Anderson. As featured in For Folk's Sake.

"Fall Back in Love" by Head Over Heart

Head Over Heart's self-proclaimed "biggest fan" isn't just your ordinary innocent teeny bopper in this black-and-white satirical send-up of obsessive fan culture.  Directed, Produced, and Edited by Alex Italics. Cinematography by Brody Anderson. As featured in PopMatters.

"Stand By" by Blackout Darling

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