Rich Newey

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Rich Newey (born April 23, 1975) in the Coachella Valley, is a director/writer and editor currently residing in Los Angeles.[citation needed] He has directed music videos for such artists as Three 6 Mafia, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Sean Paul, Nate Dogg, Flipsyde, Nappy Roots, and Christina Aguilera among others. In 2007 he directed his first feature length film I Tried. He also has numerous Television Commercials to his credit for clients such as Midway Games, Procter & Gamble, and Bally Total Fitness. He is currently represented at Draw Pictures for Music Videos and Durable Goods for Commercials. Station3 (Los Angeles) and The Gersh Agency rep him for Film/TV. His 1st released venture away from music videos was a political satire short, titled Global, Inc. which was originally released in Canada.

In 2009 he directed a short film entitled, Breathe which was selected and screened at the Hollywood Film Festival and the Miami Short Film Festival among others. In 2011, Rich wrote and directed the short film, Blue Highway which has screened at numerous festivals including Temecula Valley International Film Festival where it was named runner up in the shorts category. After reviewing the short, Matt Barry of Roguecinema said, "The film is an emotional exploration of two characters, mixing an honest and compelling tale combined with the final narrative irony of an O. Henry short story."[citation needed]

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