This animated short by Miyazaki was created as a music video for the song "On Your Mark" by Japanese duo Chage & Aska. The narrative is non-linear with no dialog and loosely follows the song lyrics and chorus. The video feels like a very compressed version of an epic Miyazaki film. The story follows two police officers in a futuristic setting in their repeated attempts at rescuing a mysterious winged girl.
Includes the songs: Djembe, Gratitude (Live), Sabotage, The Hurricane Freestyle, Triphamnmer, Skills To Pay The Bills (Live), Time For Living, Sabrosa, Something's Got to Give, Screaming At a Wall (Live), Namaste' (Live), Futterman's Rule, 5-Piece Chicken Dinner, Jimmy James, Conga + Bass, Mullethead, Ricky's Theme, and So What 'Cha Want (Live with Cypress Hill).
Video short film for So Long, Farewell from Laibach from the album "The Sound of Music".
Animated video for Horishita Sayuri's Kaze no Toori Michi produced for NHK's Minna no Uta.
A businessman, overhearing the song on the maid's radio, takes to dancing in the hotel lobby.
01. Whoever's In New England
02. The Last One To Know
03. Sunday Kind Of Love
04. Cathy's Clown
05. Rumor Has It
07. Is There Life Out There
08. Does He Love You
09. Why Haven't I Heard From You
10. And Still
11. Starting Over Again
12. What If?
13. If You See Him / If You See Her
14. What Do You Say
15. I'll Be
16. Sweet Music Man
17. He Gets That From Me
18. You're Gonna Be
In this animated short film featuring Matthew Mcdaid's song, we accompany Joan on a journey through space as he tries to escape from the mossy walls of the factory he works in. Full short film in youtube "54321 - Short film by Pau Muns"
Dance videos from the 1980's: Taylor Dayne - Tell It To My Heart | The Pasadenas - Tribute (Right On) | Technotronic - Pump Up The Jam | Time Bandits - I'm Specialized In You | Tiffany - I Think We're Alone Now | Moses - We Just Inner City - Big Fun | Wham! - Young Guns (Go For It!) | Sabrina - Boys (Summertime Love) | Bros - When Will I Be Famous? | B.V.S.M.P. - I Need You | Herbie Hancock - Rock It | Malcolm McLaren - Something's Jumping In My Shirt | Desireless - Voyage Voyage | Donna Allen - Serious | The Cool Notes - Spend The Night | Jeff Wayne & Justin Hayward - The Eve Of The War (Remix) | Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam - Head To Toe | Hithouse - Move Your Feet To The Rhythm Of The Beat | Drum Theatre - Eldorado
Music video for the second single from the album "Sandy & Junior" (2006). The music video was inspired by the film "Tudo Sobre Minha Mãe" (1999), by Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar. It is different from the traditional format, as it presents a long narrative, in which the music appears more as a complement to the story told in the video. It was shot on 16mm cameras and became a short film.