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   Roger Ubina Music videos are more than just visual accompaniments to a song for me; they’re an entrancing realm where creativity knows no bounds. They’re the canvas upon which I paint stories, emotions, and energy, crafting a visual symphony that amplifies the soul of the music. From that moment as a wide-eyed kid witnessing the magic of Run DMC’s video shoot, music videos became my heartbeat. They’re an intersection of my passion for storytelling and my deep-rooted love for music, a medium where I can weave together visuals and sound to evoke emotions, provoke thoughts, and transport audiences to another world.    Each video is a chance to encapsulate the essence of an artist’s vision, to innovate, to push boundaries, and ultimately, to create an experience that lingers long after the final frame. For me, music videos aren’t just a job; they’re an ever-evolving journey of expression and connection, where every beat, every shot, and every frame tells a captivating tale.

A music video producer is an individual or endtity responsible for overseeing and managing the production of a music video. Their role is crucial in bringing the artist’s vision and the director’s creative concepts to life while ensuring that the video is produced within budget and on schedule. Music video producers play a multifaceted role that involves organization, coordination, and creative collaboration. Here are some key responsibilities and tasks associated with a music video producer:

1. Budgeting: Producers are responsible for creating and managing the budget for the music video. They work with the artist or record label to determine the financial resources available for the project and allocate funds to various aspects of production, including location, equipment, cast, and crew.

2. Scheduling: Producers create a production schedule that outlines the timeline for pre-production, shooting, and post-production. They coordinate with various departments, such as art direction, costume, and makeup, to ensure that everything runs smoothly and on time.

3. Crew and Talent: Producers hire and manage the crew members essential to the production, such as the director, director of photography, production designers, editors, and other technical staff. They may also participate in casting or work with casting directors to select the talent, which could include actors, dancers, or extras.

4. Location and Logistics: Producers scout and secure shooting locations, obtain necessary permits, and handle logistics, such as transportation and accommodations for the cast and crew. They also ensure that all legal and safety requirements are met during the shoot.

5. Equipment and Technology: Producers coordinate the rental and use of cameras, lighting, and other technical equipment required for the shoot. They ensure that the equipment is in working order and that technical needs are met.

6. Creative Collaboration: Producers work closely with the artist and the director to understand the creative vision for the music video. They facilitate communication between the creative team and ensure that the video aligns with the artist’s brand and message.

7. Problem Solving: Music video producers must be adept at troubleshooting and handling unexpected challenges that can arise during production. They need to find solutions to issues such as inclement weather, equipment malfunctions, or scheduling conflicts.

8. Post-Production: After filming is completed, producers may continue to be involved in post-production. They work with editors, visual effects artists, and sound engineers to oversee the editing, color correction, and sound design processes.

9. Marketing and Distribution: Producers may be involved in planning the marketing and distribution strategy for the music video. They work with the record label or artist’s management to ensure that the video reaches the intended audience through platforms like YouTube, television, and social media.

10. Legal and Contracts: Producers are responsible for managing contracts, including those with cast and crew, and ensuring that all legal obligations and rights are upheld.

In summary, a music video producer is a pivotal figure in the production of music videos, responsible for managing the entire process from concept to completion. They bring together the artistic vision of the artist and director with the logistical and financial aspects of production, ensuring that the final music video is a compelling visual representation of the music and artist’s message.

Film Producer Roger Ubina film director Benny Boom have done many projects together over the past 15 years. 

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 A list of 25 iconic music videos that have had a significant impact on the medium, along with brief descriptions of each:

1. Michael Jackson –

“Thriller” (1982): Directed by John Landis, this groundbreaking video transformed music videos into short films, featuring impressive choreography and special effects.

2. Queen –

“Bohemian Rhapsody” (1975):** This early music video showcased the band’s creativity, blending animation and live action, and helped popularize the music video format.

3. Beyoncé –

“Formation” (2016): A powerful and politically charged video, directed by Melina Matsoukas, that became a cultural touchstone.

4. Madonna –

“Like a Prayer” (1989): Directed by Mary Lambert, this controversial video dealt with themes of race, religion, and sexuality.

5. A-ha –

“Take On Me” (1985): The video combines animation and live action in a unique and memorable way.

6. Peter Gabriel –

“Sledgehammer” (1986): A stop-motion animation and claymation marvel that was both groundbreaking and visually captivating.

7. Guns N’ Roses –

“November Rain” (1992):** A mini-movie directed by Andy Morahan with an epic wedding scene and guitar solo in the desert.

8. Daft Punk –

“Around the World” (1997):** Director Michel Gondry created a visually hypnotic and repetitive masterpiece.

9. **OK Go – “Here It Goes Again” (2006):** Known for their creative videos, this treadmill dancing video directed by the band themselves went viral.

10. **Beastie Boys – “Sabotage” (1994):** A parody of ’70s cop shows directed by Spike Jonze, featuring the Beastie Boys in hilarious roles.

11. **Johnny Cash – “Hurt” (2003):** Mark Romanek’s video features powerful imagery, poignantly capturing the essence of the song.

12. **Björk – “All Is Full of Love” (1999):** A striking blend of futuristic aesthetics and emotion, directed by Chris Cunningham.

13. **R.E.M. – “Losing My Religion” (1991):** Directed by Tarsem Singh, this video features striking imagery and a captivating narrative.

14. **Radiohead – “Karma Police” (1997):** Directed by Jonathan Glazer, it’s a surreal, haunting, and visually captivating video.

15. **The Prodigy – “Smack My Bitch Up” (1997):** A controversial and intense video directed by Jonas Åkerlund.

16. **Michael Jackson – “Billie Jean” (1983):** A pioneer in the music video format, featuring memorable visuals and choreography.

17. **Fatboy Slim – “Weapon of Choice” (2000):** Christopher Walken dances through a hotel in this unforgettable video directed by Spike Jonze.

18. **The White Stripes – “Fell in Love with a Girl” (2002):** A stop-motion masterpiece directed by Michel Gondry, created with LEGO bricks.

19. **The Chemical Brothers – “Star Guitar” (2001):** Directed by Michel Gondry, it features synchronized visuals with the music’s beats.

20. **Janet Jackson – “Rhythm Nation” (1989):** A socially conscious and influential video directed by Dominic Sena.

21. **Nirvana – “Smells Like Teen Spirit” (1991):** Directed by Samuel Bayer, this video epitomizes the grunge era.

22. **Eminem – “Stan” (2000):** A dramatic and emotional video directed by Dr. Dre and Philip G. Atwell.

23. **The Buggles – “Video Killed the Radio Star” (1979):** This was the first video played on MTV, making it historically significant.

24. **The Smashing Pumpkins – “Tonight, Tonight” (1995):** Directed by Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris, it pays homage to silent films.

25. **Childish Gambino – “This Is America” (2018):** Directed by Hiro Murai, it addresses social and political issues with powerful symbolism and choreography.

These videos have left an indelible mark on the music video industry and continue to influence artists and filmmakers to this day.

Roger Ubina Producer,

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