Music Video: Heather Woods Broderick

Heather Woods Broderick (Official Music Video) 

Director: Devin Febbroriello

Cinematography: Devin Febbroriello

Cinematography for Microscopic Footage, Cloud Tank, Ripple Machine, & : Tracy Maurice

Editor: Devin Febbroriello

HMU: Jessica Hafer

Gaffer: Joe Bowden

Production Design: Devin Febbroriello

Production Company: Serpent Power Productions

April 2019 Premiere on Gold Flake Paint & Stereogum

"I Try" was released as the second in a two part series of music videos made through a collaborative exchange of concept and footage shared between filmmakers Tracy Maurice and Devin Febbroriello. 

In the video for "I Try" we enter the waves and echoes of the dream landscape and follow Heather as she journeys through doorways and portals both within and without trying to make sense of the paradoxical nature of the realm she has entered. With a nod to the twists of a fairy tale and the revelations available to those brave enough to enter the rabbit hole the video was  conceived along the Oregon coast, in studio, and combined with analog special effects techniques and microscopic filmmaking atmospheres by Tracy Maurice.

Conceptualized By: Laura Veirs
Performed & Choreographed By: Story Lowe
Directed, Filmed, & Edited By: Devin Febbroriello
PA: Mike Gamble
Label: Spacebomb

Official Music Video: Laura Veirs
Story Lowe rises into the Lyra and floats through an ever changing celestial atmosphere, entering the journey of her heart, bolstering her strength and beauty to dance fully and freely within her path.
Official Lyric Video: Pure Bathing Culture

Premiere February 2019

Performed By: Pure Bathing Culture
Director: Devin Febbroriello
Producer: Emma Browne

Production Designer & Editor: Devin Febbroriello

Cinematographer: Will Walle

Gaffer: Joe Bowden

Motion Graphics: Jamal Qutab

Label: Infinite Companion

Night Pass in the midnight garden where worlds exist within worlds and time is collapsible.
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Official Music Video - Clawfoot Slumber
Performed by:
Erin Lacerra
Alex Callenberger
Kuhliene Ophelia
Kya Bliss
A rock and roll fever dream that explores how time and desire drive us to seek what we love even if the path is unclear and we never quite reach our destination.
Directed, Filmed & Edited by: Devin Febbroriello
short dance film
Performed by: 
Kat Mills
Jocelyn Edelstein
Filmed & edited by Devin Febbroriello
An exploration of our relationship to one another and the elements through wind powered movement. This was filmed as a meditation on the Washington side of the Columbia River Gorge. The winds were strong, and we made that the central theme of the piece.  Moving with and against the winds.
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Allison Crutchfield Official Music Video
Performed by:
Allison Crutchfield
Marlee Grace
premiere October 2016 - Merge Records
Bored in a suburban town, Allison begins to have dreamy visions of a haunting presence that ultimately wakes her up to freedom & adventure.
Director: Lara Gallagher
Producer: Devin Febbroriello
Cinematographer: Will Walle
Editor: Alex Morris
Dolphin Midwives Music Video
Performed by:
Sage Fisher
Director: Sarah Turner
Cinematographer: Devin Febbroriello
Production Designer: Alexis Rittenhouse
Gaffer: Joseph Bowden
Editor + Analog Glitch Effects: Sarah Turner
PA & SFX: Dave Mosier
The internal and the external collide as Dolphin Midwives faces apparitions drawing her toward a complete immersion and dissolution of self.
By: Ela Fala Dance Collective

Film Produced By: Serpent Power Productions

Film Direction & Edit: Devin Febbroriello

Cinematography: Sika Stanto

Camera Operation: Dee Juliano Scott

Camera Operation:Joseph Matos

Color Grade: Adam Cornelius

Jocelyn Edelstein: Associate Producer


Composer & Arrangements: Michael Gamble

Violin & Cello: Alexis Mahler


Location: Polaris Dance Theatre in Portland, Oregon

Choreography: Barbara Lima

Performed By: Aphyna Zoe, Emily Running, Chenise Crockett, Jess Zoller, Katherine Ammerman, Mackenzie Schuller, Jordan Kriston, Barbara Lima

This dance film was made possible through the Regional Arts and Culture Catalyst Grant.  And film equipment supplementation from Open Signal.
Ela Fala Dance Collective is a sister company of Polaris Dance Theatre.
Through gestural and visceral movement, this project investigates the conversation between differing world views, in order to discover the commonalities between them and the medicine of their interaction. This film is also based on the 1st ELa FaLa’s full length piece made for stage which allows us to expand our vision, creating and sharing art through several different ways and platforms.
Supported by RACC and MPU premiere  - August 2020
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