Mark Romanek videography

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Romanek at the 2010 Tokyo International Film Festival

American filmmaker Mark Romanek directed his first music video in 1986, for The The's "Sweet Bird of Truth".[1] He earned his first MTV Video Music Award for Best Direction nomination for "Free Your Mind", performed by En Vogue, in 1993. At the same ceremony, three other music videos by the director were also nominated, including the Waiting for Godot-based "Constant Craving", performed by k.d. lang.[2][a] Romanek later directed "Closer" for the industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, which contains imagery involving terror, sexuality, and animal cruelty.[4][1] In 1995, he directed the video for "Scream", set in space and performed by Michael and Janet Jackson, as well as the New Age surrealistic "Bedtime Story", performed by Madonna.[5][6][7] They are considered to be two of the most expensive music videos ever made, costing $7 million and $5 million respectively.[6] The former work also gained 11 nominations at the 1995 MTV Video Music Awards,[8][5] and garnered Romanek his first Grammy Award for Best Music Video, Short Form.[8][9]

In 1996, Romanek directed the Mary Poppins-inspired "Novocaine for the Soul" for the rock band Eels,[2] one of three videos by him nominated at the 1997 MTV Video Music Awards.[b] That year, he directed Fiona Apple's "Criminal", which explores themes of voyeurism and adolescence;[11][12] and won his second Grammy Award for Best Music Video, Short Form for "Got 'til It's Gone", performed by Janet Jackson, Q-Tip and Joni Mitchell.[9] For his work in "Hurt" (2003), performed by Johnny Cash, Romanek earned his fourth MTV nomination, and won his third Grammy.[13][9] The following year, he directed the auto-biographical music video for Jay-Z's "99 Problems", for which he won another MTV award.[14] The two reunited in 2013 when Romanek directed the installation-style 10-minute short film for "Picasso Baby",[c] which was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Music Video.[9]

Romanek made his feature-film directorial debut with the 1986 comedy-drama feature Static, which was nominated for Grand Jury Prize at the 1986 Sundance Film Festival.[15] He received a Saturn Award for Best Writing nomination for his work in the psychological thriller One Hour Photo (2002), which starred Robin Williams.[16][17] In 2010, he directed the romantic drama film Never Let Me Go, starring Carey Mulligan, Keira Knightley and Andrew Garfield, for which he was nominated for British Independent Film Award for Best Director.[18]

Music videos

Key
Music videos won Grammy Award for Best Music Video Indicates Grammy Award for Best Music Video winners
Title Year Artist(s) Notes Ref(s)
"Sweet Bird of Truth" 1986 The The Also editor [1]
"Madonna of the Wasps" 1989 Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians [19]
"One Long Pair of Eyes"
"Love Under New Management" Miki Howard [20]
"Until You Come Back to Me (That's What I'm Gonna Do)" 1990 [21]
"You Don't Have to Worry" En Vogue [22]
"Ring Ring Ring (Ha Ha Hey)" 1991 De La Soul
"Love Conquers All" ABC [23]
"Wicked as It Seems" 1992 Keith Richards [2]
"Moira Jane's Café" Definition of Sound [24]
"What You Do to Me" Teenage Fanclub [25]
"Constant Craving" k.d. lang [3]
"Free Your Mind" En Vogue
"Are You Gonna Go My Way" 1993 Lenny Kravitz
"Rain" Madonna
"Jump They Say" David Bowie [26]
"Black Tie White Noise"
"Is There Any Love In Your Heart" Lenny Kravitz [27]
"Beside You" 1994 Iggy Pop
"Closer" Nine Inch Nails [28]
"Cold Beverage" G. Love & Special Sauce [29]
"Bedtime Story" 1995 Madonna [30]
"Strange Currencies" R.E.M. [31]
"Scream" Music videos won Grammy Award for Best Music Video Michael Jackson featuring Janet Jackson Also writer [32][33]
"Little Trouble Girl" 1996 Sonic Youth [34]
"Novocaine for the Soul" Eels [2]
"El Scorcho" Weezer [35]
"Devils Haircut" Beck [36]
"The Perfect Drug" 1997 Nine Inch Nails [37]
"Criminal" Fiona Apple [38]
"Got 'til It's Gone" Music videos won Grammy Award for Best Music Video Janet Jackson featuring Q-Tip & Joni Mitchell [39]
"If You Can't Say No" 1998 Lenny Kravitz [12]
"Do Something" 1999 Macy Gray [40]
"I Try" [41]
"Sleepwalker" 2000 The Wallflowers [1]
"God Gave Me Everything" 2001 Mick Jagger [42]
"Hella Good" 2002 No Doubt [43]
"Cochise" Audioslave [44]
"Hurt" Music videos won Grammy Award for Best Music Video 2003 Johnny Cash [45]
"Can't Stop" Red Hot Chili Peppers [46]
"Faint" Linkin Park [47]
"99 Problems" 2004 Jay-Z [48]
"Speed of Sound" 2005 Coldplay [49]
"Picasso Baby"[c] 2013 Jay-Z Short film [51]
"Invisible" 2014 U2 [52][53]
"The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone)" [54]
"Shake It Off" Taylor Swift [55]
"Sandcastles" 2016 Beyoncé Additional director [56]
"Can't Stop the Feeling!" Justin Timberlake [57]
"The Story of O.J." 2017 Jay-Z [58]
"Adnis" [59]

Filmography

Films

Title Year Credited as Notes Ref(s)
Director Writer Producer Other
Stony Island 1978 Yes Second assistant camera [60]
Home Movies 1979 Yes Second assistant director [61][62]
Static 1986 Yes Yes [63]
One Hour Photo 2002 Yes Yes [64]
Bee Season 2006 Yes Executive producer [65]
Never Let Me Go 2010 Yes [66]
The Vampire Attack Yes Still photographer
Short film
[67]

Television

Title Year Network Credited as Notes Ref(s)
Director Producer Other
Locke & Key 2011 N/A Yes Unair television pilot
Screened at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con International
[68][69]
The Whispers 2015 ABC Yes Executive producer
Episode: "X Marks the Spot"
[70]
Vinyl 2016 HBO Yes Episode: "Whispered Secrets" [71]

Commercials

Company / Brand Year Title Ref(s)
Elizabeth Arden 2003 "ardenbeauty" [72]
Saturn 2004 "Door Music" [73]
CKOne "Danny" [74]
"Anna" [75]
American Express "Beautiful Things" [76]
Acura "Dance" [77]
2006 "TechnoTraction" [78]
"TurboTravel"
"TechnoWorship"
iPod 2004 "Vertigo" [79]
2005 "Detroit" [80]
2006 "iPod Shuffle" [81]
"The Audience Is Listening" [82]
"Quartet" [83]
"Love Train" [84]
2007 "Island" [85][86]
"Mary J. Blige" [87]
2008 "Gamma" [88]
"Gamma (Online case)" [89]
2010 "New Way To Nano" [90]
2011 "Share the Fun" [91]
Nike 2004 "9000" [92]
"Tell Me" [93]
2008 "Simple Math" [94][95]
"Take Over" [96]
2009 "The Chalk" [97]
2012 "Fast is Faster" [98][99]
"Voices" [100]
2016 "The Conductor" [101][102]
"Come Out of Nowhere" [103][104]
"Make Space" [105]
ESPN 2004 "Makeshift" [106]
"Kissing" [107]
"Taking the Field" [108]
2005 "Nothing to Say" [109]
"Without Sports" [110]
UPS "Oracle" [111]
"You/They" [112]
Grey Goose "VIP"[d] [113][114]
Cirque du Soleil "Portraits" [115]
Nikon 2006 "Kate" [116]
Cadillac "Sun" [117]
Motorola "Rick Rubin" [118]
"Chester Bennington" [119]
"Kanye West" [120]
2012 "Projections" [121]
Honda 2007 "Hondamentalism" [122]
iTunes 2008 "Coldplay Sonic" [123]
Dodge 2010 "Man's Last Stand" [124]
Heineken "Boss' Daughter" [125]
Delta Air Lines "Keep Climbing" [126]
"Human Factor"
Kia "Michelle Wie" [127]
2011 "Share Some Soul" [128]
H&R Block "Greenback" [129]
"Nickel Dinner" [130]
"Quit Lady" [131]
Chevrolet "Like Father, Like Son" [132]
Hyundai "Sonata Turbo Face" [133]
iPhone 2012 "Rock God" [134]
"Road Trip" [135]
Samsung "LeBron's Day" [136]
Samsung & Jay-Z 2013 "Inside Magna Carta Holy Grail" [137]
Gillette "Clay Matthews Conditions" [138]
NASCAR "Twist" [139]
Call of Duty: Ghosts "Teaser Trailer: Call of Duty: Ghosts " [140]
Budweiser "Rihanna" [141]
"Jay Z" [142]
Sonos 2014 "Faces Off" [143]
Yoplait 2015 "A Man of Yogurt – Hunger" [144]
"A Man of Yogurt – Texture" [145]
"A Man of Yogurt – Satiety" [146]
Bud Light 2016 "Your Can's Year" [147][148]

Notes

  1. ^ At the 1993 MTV Video Music Awards, four music videos directed by Romanek were nominated: "Rain" (Madonna), "Free Your Mind" (En Vogue), "Constant Craving" (k.d. Lang), "Are You Gonna Go My Way" (Lenny Kravitz).[3]
  2. ^ At the 1997 MTV Video Music Awards, three music videos directed by Romanek were nominated: "Novocaine for the Soul" (Eels), "Devils Haircut" (Beck), "The Perfect Drug" (Nine Inch Nails).[10]
  3. ^ a b Also titled "Picasso Baby: A Performance Art Film".[50]
  4. ^ Split into four 15-second ads, tagged as "The world’s best tasting vodka".[113]

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External links

  • Mark Romanek on IMDb
  • Mark Romanek videography on the official website (archived from 2008)
  • Mark Romanek commercials on the official website (archived from 2005)
  • Mark Romanek commercials on Advertising Age
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