A sheep herder and his rapidly dwindling woolly charges discover the destructive nature of violence in Carlos Lopez Estrada's latest Watsky music video.
Returning to Director Notes for what might be a record 5th time, Carlos Lopez Estrada discusses his latest cyclical, set-changing music video
Attempting to create an experience similar to listening to the band for the 1st time, Carlos Lopez Estrada explains the thought process behind his one-shot
Live Action, Music
Take a film packed full of visual flair, social commentary and kick ass dance moves from a zebra then make it a music video & a standalone film and you've got
Sneaking back onto DN for the second time this month, director Carlos Lopez Estrada combines fire and coloured dust to create a Multiple Man-esque explosive
Director Carlos Lopez Estrada is becoming somewhat of a regular here on DN, which is no bad thing at all. Our first glimpse at his work in 2013 sees a lone
A digital BEAR, a resurrecting fish, a mysterious woodland grasshopper and now a pack of demonic hounds, I’m getting the distinct feeling that Carlos
Instructed by MYPET that the promo for their track Pays to Know should be “a non-narrative, dark, mood piece that incorporates animals”, director
Animation, Art & Fashion, Podcasts
Freshly returned from an inspiring trip to SXSW, director
A boy forms an aquatic bond stronger than death in Carlos Lopez Estrada’s promo for Bowerbirds Tuck the Darkness In.
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