Winner: Audience Choice for Best Documentary - UNO Film Festival 2017
The trailer for Loose Films' latest documentary 'Down and Dirty.'
The long standing practice of busking (street-performing) in New Orleans is drenched both in culture and tradition. There's an art to it. New Thousand, a musical trio of Ohioans, dropped everything to busk the streets of Nola in 2016. This is their story.
From street corner politics to vibrant live concert footage, Down & Dirty captures the spirit of New Orleans street performance through the eyes of a band that risked everything for their musical dreams. To survive and thrive in the streets, getting down and dirty is the only option.
A face for the standout single, 'White Moon,' from Sarob's commercial debut "Seeing in the Dark".
Visually striking, narratively relatable, and musically sound, Loose Films presents "Go On" - a video for the Columbus alt-rock band The Cordial Sins.
CareTalk by IntegriTech - the most effective way to communicate in medical settings.
An eclectic look into our visual work with music.
Intensity, intimidation, and finesse.
Elegance interwoven with fierceness.
Loose Films teamed up with the experimental singer-songwriter from Ohio, Jordan Kirk, to create an imaginative portrait of a young girl left alone to grow up herself.
The video was nominated by the LA Cine Fest for "Best Music Video."
A punch party with a twist featuring Nick and Tyler of Booty&theKidd.
Loose packed up and ventured to Thompson Springs, Utah following the man behind the music, Matt Smith.
The gambler, the tinkerer, sleepy, and the vagabond. These are The Roof Dogs.