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1. Lee Foss & Jamie Jones (Hot Natured) @ Movement 2012 , Detroit

  • Published: 2012-06-06T04:34:02+00:00
  • Duration: 225
  • By EverybodyKnows
Lee Foss & Jamie Jones (Hot Natured) @ Movement 2012 , Detroit

Check out Lee Foss pulling some crazy dance moves after 1:30. The Red Bull Stage never looked so Hot!


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3. Ralph Good & Jamie Lee Wilson - Stop The World (Music Video BTS)

  • Published: 2012-08-09T12:21:05+00:00
  • Duration: 593
  • By Tony LaPron
Ralph Good & Jamie Lee Wilson - Stop The World (Music Video BTS)

Two parts in One of our filming trip to Croatia. We used Canon 7D, 550D, Nikon D7000, also little Sony Cybershot for underwater shootings. Checkt out! It was so much fun :) The music video is coming out in september 2012. Ralph Good Tony LaPron 2012


4. Jamie Lee Curtis: CAAF

Jamie Lee Curtis: CAAF

Broadcast Commercial Jamie Lee Curtis takes a pie in the face to promote awareness about Children Living with HIV, and the Children Affected by AIDS Foundation. Design / Editorial


5. LEE FOSS/JAMIE [email protected] 2012 (18.02.12)

LEE FOSS/JAMIE JONES@RMC 2012 (18.02.12)

http://vimeo.com/llerena/rmc2012leefossjamiejones180212 Few DJs have made such a dramatic impact on the Underground House and Techno scene over the last two years as Hot Creations label owner Lee Foss and his parter Jamie Jones. Playing together now, they have labelled themselves as the unique duo Hot Natured. Described by DJ Mag as “one of the most talented new forces in modern Dance Music today”, and by fellow Future House innovators, Art Department, as their favorite producer, Lee has quickly catapulted himself into Dance Music’s collective consciousness. Lee and his Hot Natured partner Jamie Jones currently spearhead a whole family of like-minded producers that includes Robert James, Russ Yallop, Richy Ahmed and most recently Danny Daze who are currently re-writing the rulebook of how to make evocative and emotive House Music. Jamie Jones has achieved in the space of a few short years what many producers try for a lifetime. Turning his hand to a variety of styles while still maintaining a strong signature sound, Jones has created an admired musical identity and a loyal global following. One of Techno’s rising stars, Jamie Jones is part of a new guard of House and Techno DJs, who resonate as artists, party people, DJs, and Live Acts. Raised in Wales (which most people don’t hold against him…), Jamie’s university days in London helped launch his infatuation with club culture that would bring him to Ibiza during the Summers. Born and raised in Chicago, the birthplace of House, Lee now lives between London and Los Angels. Lee made his name on both sides of the Atlantic playing at clubs like The Standard Rooftop (Lost Angeles), Fabric (London), The Marcy Hotel (Brooklyn), Watergate (Berlin), Spybar (Chicago), and DC10 (Ibiza). Lee’s rapid rise to prominence has been as much down to his unified but all-encompassing approach to DJing as it has to his pioneering take Nu School House and synth-heavy Techno, backed up by a string of hit releases on labels like No 19, Culprit, Wolf+Lamb and his own Hot Creations imprint. His unique sound, born out a lifelong love of Classic House, 90s Hip-Hop, 80s Electro and Detroit Techno, combined with fanatical grassroots support from clubbers in both Europe and North America, made him the highest new entrant in Resident Advisor’s Top 100 DJs poll last December, coming in at number 36. While growing up in Chicago, Lee cut his teeth on the clubs and raves of the late 90’s, which sparked his interest in House and Disco. However, it was a chance visit to Ibiza back in 2001, that changed his whole approach to music, that helped steer his musical destiny for the next decade and beyond. It was in Ibiza that summer that he first became friends with Jamie Jones and the pair quickly formed a tight brotherly bond that has recently blossomed into their highly acclaimed Hot Natured partnership. Having spent several years abroad, and heavily inspired by time spent at seminal Electro and Deep House parties in Ibiza and East London, Lee decided to take all that he’d learnt in Europe and export it back to the USA. Ultimately relationships forged and those island summers helped Jamie become an integral cog in thriving music scenes in Ibiza and later East London, where Jones’s bustling DJscandance warehouse parties and regular gigs at Fabric helped him make his mark in London during his Winters. During the Summer, gigs and residencies like the Space Terrace, Manumission’s Music Box Room, and later DC10 (a club he frequented as a one of the first regulars in his early days on the island) helped him gain a foothold in the Ibiza Scene while defining a sound that was uniquely, electronic, soulful, and bouncy, with a consistent groove. During one of these summers in Ibiza, he played his creation Amazon, to Freak n’ Chic boss Dan Ghenacia who signed it on the spot. After cutting his teeth in the competitive Chicago DJ scene for the better part of a decade, Lee chose to uproot and set up in Los Angeles. Lee decided to work on music full time and soon fell in with Droog, who were just setting up Culprit Records, which became a platform for his early releases like "h.e.a.d.s EP", in partnership with Jamie Jones. His bold move to Los Angeles soon started paid off as it helped draw international attention to both his DJing and production work. His real break through came with the release of "Grinding" on Wolf+Lamb, a track that was picked up and played by DJs right across the spectrum of Dance Music. Jamie Jones's "Amazon", when released, was well received and immediately drew Jones favorable comparisons to luminaries like Mathew Jonson and Carl Craig, and went on to become the label's biggest selling record. Jamie followed that standout release with recordings on leading labels like Crosstown Rebels, Get Physical, Cocoon, Poker Flat, and far too many more to mention. Consistent to his production quality are low wobbly basslines, dissonant and hypnotic keyboard lines, crisp snares, and the aforementioned steady groove. Since then, Jamie’s relationship with Crosstown Rebels has grown. 2009 saw him release "Summertime EP", which went on to become the labels biggest selling single. He also had the unprecedented accolade of having 3 tracks in the Beatport top 10 concurrently. His debut album "Don’t You Remember The Future", also on Crosstown Rebels, has been hailed by Press and Dance Music critics across the globe as the best Electronic album of the year. After "Grinding" exploded, Lee has gone on to release a string of hits on a variety of labels including "The Edge EP", "Equilibrium", "U Got Me", and most recently his "Starfruit EP", all of which have been independently awarded "Tune Of The Month" in Mixmag at various points over the last year. In addition, DJ Magazine voted "U Got Me" as their number 4 favorite record of 2010, having already featured it in their "Stone Cold Killers" section earlier in the year. With this many accolades under his belt in such a short space of time, it would be easy for Lee to rest on his laurels, but this couldn’t be farther from the case. He’s just about to unleash "Forward Motion" his latest Hot Natured production with Jamie Jones, which was one of the breakout records of Miami this year and is shaping up to be one of the summer’s biggest hits. In addition to this, he’s currently in the studio with Jamie Jones and "Forward Motion" vocalist Ali Love, putting the finishing touches on their forthcoming Hot Natured debut album, which he’s producing alongside his own debut artist album due out later this year. With plans to turn Hot Natured into a fully formed live act and tour it globally in 2012, this is already shaping up to be a career-defining year for Lee Foss an Jamie Jones. https://www.facebook.com/hotnaturedmusic


6. Marisha Pessl in conversation with Jamie Lee Curtis

  • Published: 2013-10-18T06:21:57+00:00
  • Duration: 3917
  • By Ted Habte-Gabr
Marisha Pessl in conversation with Jamie Lee Curtis

Video from a Live Talks Los Angeles event with Marisha Pessl in conversation with Jamie Lee Curtis discussing Pessl's book, Night Film. Taped on September 19, 2013 at the William Turner Gallery, Bergamot Station Arts Center, in Santa Monica CA. For more info on Live Talks Los Angeles, visit: www.livetalksla.org Marisha Pessl's bestselling debut novel, Special Topics in Calamity Physics, won the John Sargent Sr. First Novel Prize (now the Center for Fiction's Flaherty-Dunnan First Novel Prize), and was selected as one of the 10 Best Books of the Year by The New York Times Book Review. Pessl grew up in Asheville, North Carolina, and currently resides in New York City. In Night Film, Pessl's second novel, beautiful, young Ashley Cordova is found dead in an abandoned warehouse in lower Manhattan. Though her death is ruled a suicide, veteran and fallen-from-grace journalist Scott McGrath suspects otherwise. As he probes the strange circumstances surrounding Ashley’s life and death, McGrath comes face-to-face with the legacy of her father: the legendary, reclusive, cult-horror-film director Stanislas Cordova—a man who hasn’t been seen in public for more than thirty years. Driven by revenge (the last time McGrath wrote about Cordova, he lost his marriage and his career), curiosity and the need for the truth, McGrath, with the aid of two strangers, is drawn deeper and deeper into Cordova’s eerie, hypnotic world. Jamie Lee Curtis has demonstrated her versatility as an actress with starring roles in such acclaimed films as True Lies, which earned her a Golden Globe, A Fish Called Wanda, Trading Places and Freaky Friday. On TV Ms. Curtis earned a Golden Globe for her role in Anything But Love, and also starred in the telefilms The Heidi Chronicles and Nicholas’ Gift, which earned her an Emmy nomination. Ms. Curtis is also a best-selling author of children’s books, having sold over 5 million books under the banner Books To Grow By. She has a deep and active connection to many children’s charities, and has recently joined the Board of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.



8. Jamie Lee and Ryan Wedding Trailer

Jamie Lee and Ryan Wedding Trailer

Check out the full write up on our blog http://rusticred.com/blog/weddings/jamie-lee-and-ryan


9. Ralph Good & Jamie Lee Wilson - Stop The World (Director's cut)

  • Published: 2012-11-03T12:43:19+00:00
  • Duration: 276
  • By Tony LaPron
Ralph Good & Jamie Lee Wilson - Stop The World (Director's cut)

The full version of my new music video I shot with Ralph Good in Croatia in summer 2012! :)


10. Eurovision Song Contest 2016 Jamie-Lee Kriewitz - Ghost - National Winner Germany

  • Published: 2016-03-05T12:56:39+00:00
  • Duration: 188
  • By escsongcontest
Eurovision Song Contest 2016 Jamie-Lee Kriewitz - Ghost - National Winner Germany

Jamie-Lee Kriewitz - Ghost - National Winner Germany


11. Sleepy Head Introducing Movie - WE ARE FAMILY

Sleepy Head Introducing Movie - WE ARE FAMILY

Sleepy Head Introducing Movie We are family DIRECTED BY Jamie Lee ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Kim Young Min Kim Gyu Sub FILMED BY Jamie Lee Kim Young Min Kim Gyu Sub Kim Lee Hyun EDITED BY Jamie Lee ART DIRECTOR Kim Lee Hyun FEATURING Jamie Lee Kim Gun Hoo Cho Jin Hyeong Kim Gyu Sup Lee Su Hyun Jung Pil Kyu Kim Lee Hyun Lee Hu Kawng Choi Byung Moon Kim Young Min Jo Sang Hyun Yang Jun Mo Jeran Miller MUSIC SUPERVISOR Jamie Lee Music Roland Hanna Trio "A Sleepin` Trio" Bob James "Farandole"


12. Jamie Lee & Stanislav Dobak (DK/SL): "Escape" - CHOREOGRAPHIC CAPTURES 2016

Jamie Lee & Stanislav Dobak (DK/SL):

More CHOREOGRAPHIC CAPTURES on choreooo.org I was running and hiding. The other girls were also hiding close by. He is coming, he is close by. I'm trying so hard to be invisible. I see him coming closer and closer. I close my eyes and try to be invisible. Suddenly I am lifted up by him. I try to scream and fight back as much as possible. But nothing happens. I cannot talk, I cannot move. My body does not respond. 3rd Prize and Cinema Prize CHOREOGRAPHIC CAPTURES 2016


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14. RUFUS | TONIGHT

  • Published: 2013-11-07T08:04:43+00:00
  • Duration: 227
  • By Katzki
RUFUS | TONIGHT

Feat. Anca Frankenhaeuser Dir. Katzki Cine. Ella Gibbins VFX. Nick George Prod. Yingna Lu Prod Des. Michael Price AC. Nick Ayre, Jac Norton, Dane Howell, Matthew Ruiz, Cato Klafas, Clare Thurkett Prod Mg. Maryellen George AD. Luke Pavey Make Up Burton Yuen, Keisha-Lee Oconnell, Isabel Clare Sub Wrangler. Andrew Boon Color. Jamie Hediger Special Thanks. Eduard Geyl, Davyd Geyl Nick Donkin, Nino Tamburri, Mint, Tom Sigelski, Clare Thurkett, Simone McGill, Kids Xpress, Digital Logic, Rentacam, Caitlin Short, Jon-Claire Lee, Jamie Raeburn and Young Money Jones


15. Jamie-Lee - Wild One (Official Music Video)

Jamie-Lee - Wild One (Official Music Video)

Director / Camera: Chris Noltekuhlmann Producer: Florian Brandl Editing: Vincent Tirpitz Color Grading: Vitus Soska


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17. ROSY TV Jamie Lee Curtis party earring

  • Published: 2016-12-26T09:18:48+00:00
  • Duration: 275
  • By rosy nicholas
ROSY TV Jamie Lee Curtis party earring

inspired by jamie lee curtis in my all time xmas film Trading Places, I'm showing you how to get ready for 2017 by making yourself these opulent party earrings on a budget! materials needed: 1 x 30ml polystyrene ball 2 x 50ml polystyrene balls braddle or kebab stick mini hacksaw or stanley knife 5 metres of sequin on a thread box of sequin pins 4 headpins pliers small piece of card super glue glitter pva glue small blob of paint same colour as your glitter earring findings gems (optional)


18. Dej Loaf - Back Up ft. Big Sean

  • Published: 2015-10-09T01:18:47+00:00
  • Duration: 241
  • By alex nazari
Dej Loaf - Back Up ft. Big Sean

Alex Nazari - director. Ryan Hahn - producer. Isiah Donté Lee - dp. David Schenk - editor. Derek Hansen @ MPC - colorist. Colombia/Sony - label. Bryan Younce & Saul Levitz - commissioner. Jamie Kohn Rabineau - director's rep.


19. Orange Line Project #6 (Boston based BMX)

  • Published: 2011-09-20T22:49:57+00:00
  • Duration: 253
  • By OLP Creative
Orange Line Project #6 (Boston based BMX)

www.OLPBoston.com Riding From: Shajn Ferbert Raines, Sean Burns, Jake Frost, Jamie Mauri, Lee Hopkins, Abdul Fofanah, Aaron Smith, Kevin Botsch, Chris Crawford, Geoff Slattery, Kenny M.O.E. Filmed and Edited by: Lee Hopkins Additional filming from: Jamie Mauri, Lucas D'Angelo, Braden Wheeler, Burns & Diamonds Filmed w/ Canon 60d


20. SPEEDRIDING 3 Jamie Lee

  • Published: 2018-02-04T01:35:03+00:00
  • Duration: 128
  • By Maximilian
SPEEDRIDING 3 Jamie Lee

Pilot: Jamie Lee MusiK/ca/que: "Mariposas de Color" FITO PAEZ