Andrew Moore

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  • View on NZ On Screen Hey Seuss

    Source: NZ On Screen

    Resource type: Alternative ; Music Video

    "This is the first music video from director Andrew Moore. The punning title is, of course, a plea to a divine figure rather than a children's author - but the Seuss characters (painted by guitarist David Mitchell) dominate this video, which is as crazed and chaotic as its soundtrack (and potentially seizure inducing at times?). David Saunders beseeches the camera, but respite comes only from a sequence filmed in a train carriage at Dunedin Railway Station. Is it possible for any New Zealander of a certain age to see that train shot and not think of the Crunchie commercial? " (NZ On Screen summary)

  • View on NZ On Screen Sixpack

    Source: NZ On Screen

    Resource type: Alternative ; Flying Nun ; Music Video

    "From the time-honoured music video making tradition of "throw a party, add a horse costume and film the results" comes a frenetic clip directed by Andrew Moore. Love's Ugly Children were at their belligerent best on this song from their second album. Drummer Jason Young was the waylaid missionary; and guitarist Simon McLaren got to talk to a horse on the phone and display hitherto-unseen break-dancing skills. The carpet of their flat came off second best in an encounter with some red body paint. Extra marks for the cheese and pineapple hedgehog." (NZ On Screen summary)

  • View on NZ On Screen Girl

    Source: NZ On Screen

    Resource type: Rock ; Music Video

    "“Bam bam bam, I wanna thank you Ma'am.” The D4 and The Datsuns led the Kiwi contribution to a turn of the century garage rock revival, winning nods from NME in the UK and praise for their energetic live gigs. This single from their first EP The D4 (1999) was released by Flying Nun. Directed by Andrew Moore, the video throws an FX kit of tricks (blurred focus, reverse negative, exploding lava cutaways) at the boys in order to capture the rock-out grunt of the song. The titular girls dance like Maxim magazine models with a taste for men in denim and low-slung guitar." (NZ On Screen summary)

 

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