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Thomas Mignone

Won MTV M2 Video Music Award for Sony Entertainment Recording Artist Mudvayne "Dig"; Won Kerrang Magazine Video Of The Year for Sepultura "Roots"; Grammy Nomination for Slipknot's "Wait & Bleed"; Nominated MVPA Awards Best Direction Of Female Artist for Artemis Records Kittie "What I Always Wanted"; Currently is a director and writer of features, ... See full bio »

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 2007 On the Doll
 2004 Megadeth: Die Dead Enough (Video short)
 2004 Lit: All Access (Video documentary) (video "Bitter")
 2001 Mudvayne: Dig (Documentary short)
 2000 Slipknot: Spit It Out (Video short)
 1999 Slipknot: Surfacing (Video short)
 1999 Slipknot: Wait and Bleed (Video short)
 1997 Sepultura: We Are What We Are (Video documentary short) (video "Roots Bloody Roots")
 1996 The Toadies: Tyler (Video short)
 1996 The Toadies: Away (Video short)
 1995 Sepultura: Third World Chaos (Video documentary) (segment "Slave New World")
 1995 The Toadies: Possum Kingdom (Video short)
 1990 David Hasselhoff Live & Forever (Video) (as Thomas P. Mignone)
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Directed the music video for Slipknot, "Wait & Bleed". See more »

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Thomas P. Mignone

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