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Gimme More by Britney Spears. Britney's new video! Well not really... This is a fan created music video using the Popstar Dollz. If the rumors are true Britney will be performing at the MTV Music Video Awards. watch it now

The rumor is that Criss Angel will guide Spears in and out of a series of mirrors, making it seem as though she vanishes and then reappears several times. Other dancers are being called upon to harness up for simulated flight.

Video by PopStarDolls

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Chicken by Barry Dignam 2001. An Irish short film about the way adolescent males sometimes redirect their feelings of affection for each other into often violent activities such as games of chicken. watch it now

Mick (Darren Healy) and Kev (Niall O'Shea) spend an evening near railroad tracks by the seaside where Mick teaches Kev how to "shotgun" beer for reasons then unknown to the viewer. He observes that Kev is "a bit of a wuss" after he fails to replicate the proper shotgunning technique and calls for Kev to come sit close to him for a test of courage which involves stabbing a knife between outstretched fingers at an ever-faster rate. The game is usually played with one person's hand at a time and as a gesture of what may be seen as self-sacrifice, Mick puts his hand over Kev's in order to shield Kev's hand from the brunt of an injury should it occur.- Wed Aug 22 07

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It's the Buzz by Brian Gonzalez, 2005. A powerful depiction of a man's brief recollection of the night he contracted HIV. This film shows how one's fate can be so tragically determined by just one moment. watch it now

Brian Gonzalez is 19, originally from San Antonio, Texas. He moved to New York after high school to attend the School of Visual Arts (SVA). This film was his first freshmen project. The assignment was to create a character and capture “The moment that changed his/her life.” It was partially produced by SVA, but without firm supervision from the faculty. When Brian presented the film in class it most certainly impressed and somewhat frightened his professors. - Aug 20 07

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David Bowie - Life on Mars? by Rock Photographer Mick Rock - July 1973 Can you believe that his video is 34 years old? It looks so good online you would think it was made yesterday. watch it now

David Bowie was a huge influence for this web site.

After film school, I saw my first online video. It was small, strangely grainy and took forever to download on my phone line, but I was so excited about this new way to watch films. My friends were very into old school filmmaking and the "look" of film. I went on and on about how anyone all over the world could see it! Isn't that cool? Nobody thought it was cool. They wanted to shoot 35mm, move to L.A. and make a feature.

At that same time, I kept seeing and hearing David Bowie everywhere. I heard "Life on Mars?" in the grocery store. Don’t you think that’s a weird song to hear in the grocery store? I saw him on cute guys vintage tee shirts, on a coffee mug etc... and as I write this a girl is singing a slow version of "Modern Love" on a commercial. Weird. So I came home one day and was flicking through the channels and David Bowie was being interviewed on MuchMusic. They were asking him why he chose music for his artistic platform and not another on of his talents. He said that music was just a way to affect culture and to reach the most people at the time. He said that if he was starting out today, he would probably be making things and putting them on the Internet because that is the most modern art form. David Bowie thought it was cool.

Most of my film school friends moved away, never to be heard from again. A handful of us stayed in Vancouver and got a website and started making web shows. We just went over a million episodes watched. We are seen in 135 countries. OUTtv found us online and our web shows are turning into television.
So, thank you David Bowie for the inspiration and to Mick Rock for "Life on Mars?", our pick to start our new video blog section. - Sat Aug 11, 2007

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Robyn - With Every Heartbeat by Photographer/Director Fredrik Skogkvist. we feel the same way here at wayoutwest.tv It does seem harder with every step we take, but we don't look back. watch it now

- Aug 09 07