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Brandon Dickerson

Brandon Dickerson is an award-winning American music video, documentary film, and television commercial director who has also moved into directing theatrical films. He is currently signed with kaboom productions for commercials and boom music videos for music videos.[1]

Dickerson collaborated with director Justin Dillon on the 2008 documentary Call + Response that dealt with human trafficking. Dickerson directed the musical performances of this documentary/concert film with artists including Moby, Rocco DeLuca, Cold War Kids, Five for Fighting, Imogen Heap, The Scrolls, and Switchfoot.[2]

Dickerson's feature film debut, Sironia, premiered at the 2011 Austin Film Festival in October 2011.[3]

Awards

  • Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival, Gold Lion
  • Billboard Music Video Awards nominee (6 nominations)
  • GMA Dove Award, Music Video of the Year
  • Clio Awards, Bronze Clio Awards
  • D&AD Award, Silver Pencil
  • Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP) Award

Selected Music video filmography

External links

  • official site
  • BOOM Music videos official site
  • kaboom productions official site
  • Internet Movie Database
  • Studio Daily interview

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