Filmmakers from all parts of the world, including Japan have taken the challenge to create a film for one of Moby’s three new tracks. There are now 582 films!! So this weekend if you don’t have anything to do, why not watch ALL 582 films! 🙂

I have to admit that if the film doesn’t grab me within the first minute, I’ll jump onto the next one. Stylistically, photographically, editorially, there were some really amazing and thought provoking films. The imagery in some almost too intense or too bizarre to watch. And the variety of animations, wow!

With everything that has been happening here in Japan with the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant, I thought this one was particularly relevant and well crafted. Filmed in an Austrian Nuclear Power plant.


Directed by Antonin Pevny

Here’s one that is rather intense and left me thinking…..

Moby – “Be The One” from Jewell&Ginnie on Vimeo.

Directed by Jewel & Ginny

The paper puppet person thingy and how it was filmed is actually quite cool!

MOBY »BE THE ONE« from René Lange on Vimeo.

Directed by Rene Lange

And since we live in Japan, here are two films from Japanese filmmakers.

Be The One – Moby (for a music video challenge) from Tomohiro Tokunaga on Vimeo.
Directed by Tomohiro Tokunaga (From Ritsumeikan University )

Be The One – Moby(vimeo,SAATCH & SAATCH) from quneru on Vimeo.

Directed by quneru.

There were actually so many others that I also really liked. Too many to post here. Check out our past blog entries to see a few more.

So which ones were your favorite? I would be curious to know.