Kick The Fences Down
2011, HD & 16mm, 4 min.

Mixing found footage with 16mm & HD elements, Pancho-san's Patrick Abernethy (formerly of Beulah & Rogue Wave) trips through a landscape where the horses must run free. This is the debut music video from the SF Bay Area's Pancho-san. "Kick The Fences Down" is available on their self-released, "Oh, Mellow Melody..."

Produced, Directed, Photographed, & Edited by Jim Granato










Carbon Copies
2002, 16mm, 4 min.

A team of astronauts orbit around a "dead" planet working endless hours to build a space station colony for their inhabitants. One astronaut threatens to break the mold and ventures solo to the primitive planet looking for something more. Featuring the music of Brando, taken from the Luna Music/recordhead release "Single Crown Postcard".


Produced, Directed, Photographed & Edited by Jim Granato


WINNER! BEST MUSIC VIDEO
2002 DOWNSTREAM FILM FESTIVAL

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Hot City Boy
1999, super 8mm, 3min.

The Bobbyteens' pack s punch in their first music video with some help from their friends. Filmed in one day all over San Francisco armed with a case of beer, a 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner and a super 8 camera.

Produced, Directed, Photographed & Edited by Jim Granato


available on
THE BOBBYTEENS ROCK N ROLL SHOW
VHS Release - Spring, 1999


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