Cecile McLorin Salvant
I don't like being the focus of attention. It makes me very uncomfortable. And it's part of the reason I never look at videos of myself, or I very rarely listen to my music or even read things that I might've said.
Hillary [Clinton] had all these A-listers, well, look at this parade of losers that did that video encouraging electors to not vote for [Donald] Trump.
I occasionally watch provocative videos.
The first video I ever made, announcing 'Crash the Super Bowl,' I did about fifty takes and I wanted to die. It was awful.
Making a video is one of the most exciting things for artists and fans. It's like a payoff.
No. You know what really bugs me about my videos? When they can't figure out what to do, they just have me change clothes five times.
Looking back, [R.E.M.]videos, by in large, have always been art films. I'm thinking of "Losing My Religion." That's a landmark piece.
Today, MTV doesn't play videos anymore, but YouTube certainly has become the next MTV.
Video games are perfect to make into films because they are so visual.