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Los Angeles Find Yourself

Gregory Kasunich, a production supervisor at DreamWorks Animation, won the grand prize for his four-minute silent film entitled “Los Angeles: Find Yourself,” which features a young woman wandering through the city. It weaves new and archival footage of various L.A. landmarks.

- Los Angeles Times 

Dog Fight

Women are supposed to be needy and attached, and that's not necessarily true." To illustrate that in the video, director Greg Kasunich surrounds Strauss with anonymous body parts -- arms, legs and lots of hands -- never showing us the rest of the people to whom they're attached.

- Billboard 

Hailing from Los Angeles, Sophie Strauss has shared today her new video for “Dog Fight“, track taken from her new album Hard Study, which is inspired by Sophie’s female lineage

- Music & Riots 

Greg a genius. He just knows how to make things happen on a budget. He’s super engaged and he’s a musician himself. He has a very intuitive understanding of what a music video needs to be. I find that sometimes, that people that are great filmmakers don’t know the purpose of a music video... He was playing with light and dark and sort of unanimity. He did such a great job of this sort of comfortable expiration of the human body.

- Chabecrhod Music 



Directed by Gregory J.M. Kasunich, the recently released and incredibly cinematic video for “Gone” emphasizes the song’s swooning and nostalgic-tinged vibes...It’s a much-needed bit of escape and longing for sweetness in a bleak world.

- The Joy of violent Movement 

Not That Strong

Why can’t they make more music videos like this?

- Lost At E Minor 

The video in cinematic and captivating, with the black and white bringing an intensity that matches the serious tone of the compelling song. Go full screen and full volume with this one – very impressive

- Groundsounds

The bulk of it the video was shot in one take, with the camera and lightning following the dancer make her way around the theater. As the song builds to a dizzying crescendo and inevitably implodes, the performance and the film editing mimic this in a frantic but exhilarating manner.

- The Big Takeover

The music video was conceptualized and directed by LA filmmaker, Gregory JM Kasunich.  Gregory and Gene have a long-standing working relationship, having collaborated on features, shorts, commercials for years.

- Video Static

Crazy Times

The concept for the video was largely the brainchild of director Gregory Kasunich...Both Gregory and I are huge proponents of the visual arts, and have always felt that a part of what makes Los Angeles so distinctive and beautiful is the incredible wealth of art on the walls all over the city. So why not showcase that? It made sense to create something that captured the spontaneity of the song.

- NoHo Arts District . Com 


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