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Dale Resteghini

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Birth nameDale Anthony Resteghini
Born (1968-08-28) August 28, 1968 (age 55)
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
  • Music video director
  • film director
Years active1987–present

Dale Anthony Resteghini (born August 28, 1968), known professionally as Rage, is an American music video director and film director. He has been credited on music videos for prominent music industry acts in the genres of hardcore, heavy metal, rock, punk, hip hop and gangsta rap.

Namely, Resteghini has directed music videos for the singles "Grand Theft Autumn/Where Is Your Boy" by Fall Out Boy, "Crank That (Soulja Boy)" by Soulja Boy, "We Fly High" by Jim Jones, "This Is Why I'm Hot" by Mims, "Love Come Down" by Diddy – Dirty Money, "Game's Pain" by the Game, and "Dirty Situation" by Mohombi, among others.

Film career[edit]

He directed the film Colorz of Rage in 1999, wherein he also co-starred.[1] The independent urban drama features Debbie (Nicki Richards) and Tony Mespelli (himself) trying to make it in New York City. It also features rappers Redman and R&B singer Cheryl "Pepsii" Riley.[2]

Other films[edit]

He continued with a number of micro budgeted films including the top selling Da Hip Hop Witch, a 2000 unscripted spoof film of The Blair Witch Project featuring Eminem, Ja Rule, Pras, Vanilla Ice, Rah Digga and Mobb Deep. In 2002 he directed Urban Massacre where well-established and rising hip hop artists make for an all-star cast in a horror/comedy featuring Ill One, Krumbsnatcha, Dia, Ivory, Remedy, Baby Sham, Guru (Gang Starr).

Selective music videography[edit]

He started filming videos in 2003. He has worked with a big number of artists including:


  • 1999: Colorz of Rage
  • 2000: Da Hip Hop Witch
  • 2002: Urban Massacre
  • 2004: Fear Factory: All Tapped Out (Video)
  • 2005: Anthrax: Alive 2 - The DVD (Video)
  • 2005: Taste of Chaos (Video)
  • 2006: The System Within
  • 2010: Guns N' Roses - Forever Together (South American Tour 2010 Documentary)
  • 2011: juice
  • 2020: Cracka



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