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VerseAtility III: Rewind

A documentary-style style moving magazine where artists, Djs, producers, promoters and a mogul discuss topics that are close to their hearts

  • Individual Eleven
  • Individual Eleven
  • Individual Eleven, Victoria Iniguez, Rob Burns
  • artists, Djs, producers, promoters and a mogul
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Experimental, Short
  • Runtime:
    45 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    December 15, 2015
  • Production Budget:
    20,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
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  • Film Color:
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • 2016 Visual Radio Network Festival
    Oakland, CA
    April 29, 2016
    Best Documentary Short
  • Long Beach Indie International Film, Media, and Music Festival
    Long Beach
    United States
    August 31, 2016
    Nominated for Best Documentary Short
  • Depth of Field International Film Festival
    United States
    Exceptional Merit Award
Director Biography - Individual Eleven

Indie has worked over 30 projects in the area's of Film and Commercial television as listed below.

Projects and Companies worked with appear in no particular order:

VerseAtility III: Rewind, Screen Gems, Warner Bros., the Coca-Cola co., Super Book Deals, Universal Pictures, Fox NHL, Universal, Loco Street Gear, Gap, NY UnderCover, Pizza-Hut, Nissan Pathfinder, Assembly Film, Tasters Choice, K-Mart, Dave Mathews Band, Brandy Paper Towels, Mobb Deep, Frankie Cutlass, the Fugee's, CMO Gable, Notorious Film, Fear Production, Black Dog Film, Oil Factory, Lancome Paris, Razor and Tie Records, Shelly Bay Music, Novelty Soundbytes, East & Pine Entertainment, Frequency Magazine, Tommy Boy Records, Warner Music Group, Jive Records, Columbia Records, Lawson Entertainment, Waxwerks Entertainment, SONY Records, Levi’s 500

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Director Statement

I came across Frequency magazine in the late 90’s early 2000’s and discovered an organic network of people, musicians, promoters and the like all functioning out in the locals of Norfolk, Virginia. This was before social media and smart phones. The magazine catered to artist and celebrity interviews however what was most interesting was it seemed as though the folks surrounding the magazine began to create their own social networks, events and functions in such an exclusive way. It appeared very much like a secret society bent on upholding good music and good vibes.

The magazine ended it’s run in the mid-late 2000’s and as with all things life moved on. One day while I had the good fortune of catching up with Rob Murns (co-creator of Frequency magazine), he told me he had taped all of those old interviews. I drove out to VA and we discussed how far Pharrell and Pusha T came, Jean Grae and other old friends, but mainly we questioned the new music being played today.

The excitement of looking through all of that great footage as well as the conversation about curating the culture is how this film came about. By now we both have children and we understand the concept of reaching / teaching them through ‘inventive means’. All in all, VerseAtility III: Rewind represents the purist side of the culture, a curation of sorts and a moment to look back at where we came from in order to better understand where we’re going.