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Chris Cunningham made his directorial debut in 1997 with the music video for "Come to Daddy" by Aphex Twin, which was instantly praised, banned, and raved about by many people in the business. He followed up by making the music video for "Windowlicker" by Aphex Twin, and the astounding "All is Full of Love" video by Björk. Recently, he made his ... See full bio »
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Known For

Rubber Johnny
Rubber Johnny Director
(2005)
Björk: Volumen
Björk: Volumen Director
(1999)
Aphex Twin: Windowlicker
(1999)

Filmography

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 2009 Madonna: Celebration - The Video Collection (Video) (video "Frozen")
 2006 The Horrors: Sheena Is a Parasite (Video short)
 2005 Rubber Johnny (Short)
 2004 Warp Vision: The Videos 1989-2004 (Video) (videos "Second Bad Vilbel", "Come to Daddy", "Come On My Selector", "Windowlicker")
 2002 Björk: Volumen Plus (Video) (video "All is Full of Love")
 2000 Monkey Drummer (Short)
 2000 Flex (Short)
 1999 Madonna: The Video Collection 93:99 (Video) (video "Frozen")
 1999 Clip Cult Vol. 1: Exploding Cinema (Video) (videos "Come On My Selector", "Come To Daddy", "Window Licker", "Africa Shox", and "All Is Full Of Love")
 1999 Björk: All Is Full of Love (Video short)
 1999 Björk: Volumen (Video) (video "All Is Full Of Love", 2003 version)
 1999 Aphex Twin: Windowlicker (Video short)
 1998 Squarepusher: Come on My Selector (Video short)
 1998 Madonna: Frozen (Video short)
 1998 Portishead: Only You (Video short)
 1997 Aphex Twin: Come to Daddy (Video short)
 1997 Dubstar: No More Talk (Video short)
 1997 Jesus Jones: The Next Big Thing (Video short)
 1997 12 Rounds: Personally (Video short)
 1997 Geneva: Tranquillizer (Video short)
 1997 Jocasta: Something to Say (Video short)
 1996 Autechre: Second Bad Vilbel (Video short)
 1996 Gene: Fighting Fit (Video short)
 1996 Holy Barbarians: Space Junkie (Video short)
 1996 Lodestar: Another Day (Video short)
 1996 Placebo: 36 Degrees (Short)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Music video: Directed the video for "36 Degrees" by Placebo. See more »

Publicity Listings:

1 Interview | 9 Pictorials | 1 Magazine Cover Photo | See more »

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Alternate Names:

Chris Halls
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Personal Quote:

We did versions of it in six different languages, to go round the world. The German version was fucking hilarious, just really brutal. Everything sounded so aggressive and rude. The girl sounded like she was going to get out of the chair and stab you after she'd finished her monologue. [talking about his ad for Playstation, Mental Wealth] See more »

Trivia:

His video for Madonna's "Frozen" was voted #22 in Slant magazine's Top-100 Videos. (19th January 2003). See more »

Trademark:

Onscreen actions and editing synchronised to the beat of a song See more »

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