I have always been intrigued by music videos as an outlet of filmmaking. Perhaps because music videos lend themselves so well to abstract imagery. Many would agree that Peter Gabriel’s Sledgehammer video was the greatest music video of all time, certainly a breakthrough at the time.  This past Monday on my weekly CineMagic segment, broadcast on mcbridemagic.tv, I showed a newer music video that is perhaps equally as innovative. It’s a music video for Kina Grannis’ song “In Your Arms”. It consists of 288,000 jelly beans, animated through stop motion. Enjoy!
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I cannot imagine the careful planning and attention that went into making this. To give a little insight, here is the making of:
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIH4MJAC2Tg?rel=0]

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