On The Cusp, Longlist - Music Video

Broken Bells, Good Luck

Kimberly Stuckwisch & Nelson de Castro

Little Ugly/ Invisible Inc

To achieve the light ray effect, we hand traced and laser-cut over 4000 frames to create shape mattes, then physically shined light and haze through each individual frame to produce the stop motion effect. By mixing old school animation with practical haze over live-action footage, we were able to create the eerily atmospheric new dimension you see embedded in each frame.

KIMBERLY STUCKWISCH is an award-winning triple-threat producer, writer, and director who divides her time between the money and the creative side of film, television, commercial, theatre, and music video production. Kimberly built a career as a vocal supporter of bold creative ideas, with her work often bringing awareness to timely social issues and breaking conventional expectations. Kimberly skipped film school and dove right into production where she began her career as a feature film First Assistant Director. By the age of 23, Kimberly Assistant Directed over a dozen indie films. Soon after, Kimberly second unit directed several films including Remarkable Power with Evan Peters, Tom Arnold, and Kevin Nealon, Play the Game with Andy Griffith, Doris Roberts, and Liz Sheridan, and The Deadline with Brittany Murphy and Thora Birch. Recently, she directed music videos for Margo Price (Best New Artist Grammy Nominee), Samm Henshaw’s “The World Is Mine" which received Gold for Best International Music Video at the Kinsale Shark Awards, and Broken Bells “Good Luck” which won the New Generation Award at the Berlin Commercial Awards and as shortlisted for a UK Music Video Award. She is slated to direct her first feature film “Canvas” early 2021. ---------------------------------------- NELSON CASTRO is a director based in Los Angeles. His style is meticulous, decidedly practical and often experimental. His work has been featured at Camerimage, the Saatchi & Saatchi New Directors Showcase, UKMVAs, Berlin Music Video and Kinsale to name a few.