TORONTO, June 19 /CNW/ - www.cravefest.com scores an exclusive interview
with Raul Gonzo, creator of the animated music video for "And it Rained All
Night" from Radiohead's frontman, Thom Yorke's, "The Eraser." With permission
from Thom Yorke and XL Recordings Ltd., "CraveFest" has become the first music
video festival to be granted the official rights to broadcast the video.
In the interview with "CraveFest," Raul Gonzo, a teacher at The
Marysville Charter Academy for the Arts in California, discusses the
direction, meaning and production of the video. Gonzo recruited three advanced
students, Anthony Reeder, Josh Cooper, and Matt McCarty, to assist in crafting
the masterpiece. Combined, over 100 hours were devoted to producing the video
in an effort to properly communicate the story of the song and stay true to
To experience the animated video, read the interview and learn more about
its creation and creators visit: http://www.cravefest.com/spotlight.aspx?id=5.
"CraveFest" is a unique non-profit international music video awards
festival that provides musicians with a new outlet to be seen and heard
worldwide. CraveFest.com invites artists to submit their videos into an
interactive online competition to be voted on by the fans. Further buzz is
created through live events and club nights, concluding with a 4-day long
awards festival judged by credible video and music industry experts.
Check out "CraveFest" at http://www.cravefest.com.
Thank you to our sponsors: "CraveFest" events are made possible by the
generosity of our sponsors. A special thanks to HMV, Maxell, EYE WEEKLY, 102.1
The Edge, Flow 93.5, Gem-Sen, Kia of Newmarket, Novotel, Kicker, JL Audio,
Bioworld and that PR thing.
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interviews; that PR thing, Danielle Iversen, Publicist or Ashley Elliott,
Assistant, (416) 923-6566 or d@thatPRthing.com; For further information on
CraveFest please contact: Carolyn Mendlowitz, (905) 660-3110 x235 or