The Work of Director Anton Corbijn

Overview

Following up the popular series of music-video collections featuring the work of Spike Jonze, Michel Gondry, and Chris Cunningham, Palm Pictures created four more compilations, including this one highlighting videos from director Anton Corbijn. Among the songs are "Heart Shaped Box" by Nirvana, "Enjoy the Silence" by Depeche Mode, and "Hero of the Day" by Metallica.
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Overview

Following up the popular series of music-video collections featuring the work of Spike Jonze, Michel Gondry, and Chris Cunningham, Palm Pictures created four more compilations, including this one highlighting videos from director Anton Corbijn. Among the songs are "Heart Shaped Box" by Nirvana, "Enjoy the Silence" by Depeche Mode, and "Hero of the Day" by Metallica.
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Special Features

Beck and Dave Grohl MTV promos; U2 The Making of 'Electrical Storm'; Some YoYo Stuff: excerpt from a film about Don VanVliet aka Beefheart; Travis: Love Will Come Through (A home video made with fran Healy); Depeche Mode: 'It's No Good' tour projections; Palais Schaumburg: Hockey (Anton's first music video); Front 242: Front by Front; NotNa: A documentary about Anton; Interviews and commentaries with Depeche Mode, Travis, Michael Stipe, U2, Samantha Morton, Metallica, Nick Cave, Echo and the Bunnymen, Mercury Rev, New Order, Joseph Arthur, Kurt Cobain, Herbert Grönemeyer and others; 56 page book: Anton's photos, text and drawings
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Bill Pearis
Anton Corbijn first made his name as a rock photographer in the late '70s -- his stark images of post-punk legends Joy Division are nearly as iconic as the band's music -- but it wasn't long before he branched into the new field of music videos. This collection, part of the ongoing Director's Label series, showcases some of Corbijn's best work from his 20-plus years in the medium. While his almost exclusively black-and-white work with Echo & the Bunnymen, U2, and Depeche Mode helped define both Corbijn and those bands in the '80s, it's the oversaturated color -- colorized from black-and-white, actually -- he used in Nirvana's "Heart Shaped Box" video for which he may be best known. Other classic Corbijn clips featured here are the Rollins Band's "Liar," the spaghetti-western fantasy that is Depeche Mode's "Personal Jesus," and Joy Division's haunting "Atmosphere." Bonus features include commentary from many of the bands featured -- Ian McCulloch describes watching the Bunnymen's 1984 video for "Seven Seas" as "Cringe City" -- plus a gorgeous 56-page book with interviews and exclusive art, and more.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/13/2005
  • UPC: 660200308124
  • Original Release: 2005
  • Rating:

  • Source: Palm Pictures / Umvd
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 4:00:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 55,452

Cast & Crew

Technical Credits
Anton Corbijn Director
Lance Bangs Editor
Richard Brown Producer
Juliette Larthe Producer
Patrick Stanton Editor
Guy Wagner Editor
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Work of Director Anton Corbijn
1. Music Video: "Dr. Mabuse" by Propaganda [4:32]
2. Music Video: "Red Guitar" by David Sylvain [4:44]
3. Music Video: "Seven Seas" by Echo and the Bunnymen [3:26]
4. Music Video: "Quiet Eyes" by Golden Earring [4:46]
5. Music Video: "The Game" by Echo and the Bunnymen [4:07]
6. Music Video: "Behind the Wheel" by Depeche Mode [5:17]
7. Music Video: "Atmosphere" by Joy Division [4:33]
8. Music Video: "My Secret Place" by Joni Mitchell With Peter Gabriel [5:01]
9. Music Video: "Enjoy the Silence" by Depeche Mode [4:39]
10. Music Video: "One" [Director's Cut] by U2 [4:32]
11. Music Video: "Straight to You" by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds [4:43]
12. Music Video: "Walking in My Shoes" by Depeche Mode [4:35]
13. Music Video: "Heart Shaped Box" by Nirvana [5:00]
14. Music Video: "Liar" by Henry Rollins [4:44]
15. Music Video: "Hero of the Day" by Metallica [4:51]
16. Music Video: "Mama Said" by Metallica [4:31]
17. Music Video: "Barrel of a Gun" by Depeche Mode [4:52]
18. Music Video: "It's No Good" by Depeche Mode [5:26]
19. Music Video: "Bleibt Alles Anders" by Herbert Grönemeyer [4:16]
20. Music Video: "Opus 40" by Mercury Rev [4:39]
21. Music Video: "Goddess on a Hiway" by Mercury Rev [3:35]
22. Music Video: "In the Sun" by Joseph Arthur [4:17]
23. Music Video: "Mensch" by Herbert Grönemeyer [4:10]
24. Music Video: "Electrical Storm" by U2 [3:59]
25. Music Video: "Re-Offender" by Travis [4:33]
26. Music Video: "All These Things That I've Done" by The Killers [3:53]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- The Work of Director Anton Corbijn
   Play All
      Chronological
      Random
      With Commentaries
      Play Everything
   Music Videos
   NotNa
   Interviews and Commentaries
      Propaganda: Dr. Mabuse/Claudia Brücken
      Echo and the Bunnymen: Seven Seas/Ian McCulloch
      Echo and the Bunnymen: The Game/Ian McCulloch
      Depeche Mode: Behind the Wheel/Dave Gahan
      Joy Division: Atmosphere/Bernard Sumner/Peter Hook/Steve Morris
      Depeche Mode: Enjoy the Silence/Dave Gahan
      U2: One [Director's Cut]/Bono
      Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds: Straight to You/Nick Cave
      Depeche Mode: Walking in My Shoes/Dave Gahan
      Metallica: Hero of the Day/Lars Ulrich
      Depeche Mode: It's No Good/Dave Gahan
      Herbert Grönemeyer: Bleibt Alles Anders/Herbert Grönemeyer
      Mercury Rev: Opus 40/Grasshopper
      Mercury Rev: Goddess on a Hiway/Grasshopper
      Joseph Arthur: In the Sun/Joseph Arthur
      Herbert Grönemeyer: Mensch/Herbert Grönemeyer
      U2: Electrical Storm/Bono
      U2: Electrical Storm/Samantha Morton
      Travis: Re-Offender/Fran Healy
   Stuff
      U2: The Making of Electrical Storm
      Depeche Mode: Tour Projections It's No Good
      Don VanVliet: Some Yoyo Stuff
      Travis: Love Will Come Through
      Paul Schaumburg: Hockey
      Front 242: Front by Front
      MTV Promos: Beck
      MTV Promos: Dave Grohl
      Credits
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