The Work Of Director Spike Jonze

Some may have missed the Being John Malkovich director's diverse portfolio. Spearheading a new label dedicated to maverick film-makers, this contains Jonze's rock videos—including Chris Walken's dance number for Fatboy Slim's "Weapon Of Choice"—but the real buried treasure are hilarious vox pops for Oasis' "Stand By Me" that proved too bizarre for the po-faced Mancs to release, a doc on rodeo-based Texas youth culture, and more of Jonze's goofball choreographer from Fatboy Slim's "Praise You" vid.

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Some may have missed the Being John Malkovich director’s diverse portfolio. Spearheading a new label dedicated to maverick film-makers, this contains Jonze’s rock videos?including Chris Walken’s dance number for Fatboy Slim’s “Weapon Of Choice”?but the real buried treasure are hilarious vox pops for Oasis’ “Stand By Me” that proved too bizarre for the po-faced Mancs to release, a doc on rodeo-based Texas youth culture, and more of Jonze’s goofball choreographer from Fatboy Slim’s “Praise You” vid.

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