Adam Dubin

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Adam C. Dubin (born January 10, 1964) is a filmmaker who co-directed Beastie Boys music videos "(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (to Party!)" and "No Sleep Till Brooklyn", with Ric Menello.[1][2] "Fight For Your Right" is number three on MTV's all time funniest music videos. [3] In 2007, Fuse TV interviewed Dubin when it aired a 30 minute episode about Fight For Your Right as part of their series “Videos That Rocked The World.” [4]

Dubin directed A Year and a Half in the Life of Metallica feature length documentary for Metallica and their music video Nothing Else Matters. Dubin has directed several short comedy films with comedians Lewis Black and Jim Norton. A graduate of the NYU film program. Dubin was roommates at NYU with record producer Rick Rubin.[5]

In 2009, Dubin directed the concert film Stark Raving Black starring comedian Lewis Black.

In 2012, Dubin directed the concert film In God We Rust (film) starring comedian Lewis Black.

In 2013, Dubin directed the documentary film Hit The Lights-The Making Of Metallica Through The Never (film) about the making of Metallica Through The Never (film) starring Metallica and actor Dane DeHaan. [6]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Kaufman, Gil (2013-03-04). "Beastie Boys Video Director Ric Menello Dead At 60". MTV.com. Retrieved 2013-03-17. 
  2. ^ Hogan, Marc (2013-03-05). "Ric Menello, Beastie Boys Video Director, Dies at 60". Spin Magazine. Retrieved 2013-03-17. 
  3. ^ MTV.com MTV 20 Comedy
  4. ^ Beastie Boys, Fight for Your Right - Videos That Rocked the World
  5. ^ Gueraseva, S.: "Def Jam, Inc.", page 3, Ballantine Books 2005. ISBN 0-345-46804-X
  6. ^ http://www.metallica.com/videos/hit-the-lights-mttn.asp