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Hilltop Hoods Release 3 Different film clips for ‘I Love It’ Feat. Sia

Written by Brayden Darke on December 19, 2011

For the release of Hilltop Hoods new single I Love It Feat. Sia, the group have decided to do something a little more special. For the last two months they’ve been working with 3 directors to deliver 3 different visual interpretations of the same song. Today Animal Logic, Blue Tongue Films and Melbourne duo Carl Allison & Nick Kozakis will unleash their own unique renditions of the track.

Hilltop Hoods – I Love It Feat. Sia – Animal Logic Version

Animal Logic is one of the worlds leading design, visual effects and animation companies. They have worked on such films as The Matrix, Moulin Rouge, 300 and Happy Feet. When creating their interpretation of ‘I Love It’ Animal Logicchose to let the viewer see the world through the eyes and imagination of a child.Turntables become fascinating landscapes, and entryways into underground worlds, as two young children let their creativity bring their fantasy worlds to life.

Hilltop Hoods – I Love It Feat. Sia – Blue Tongue Version

The collective Blue Tongue Films was founded some 15 years ago. This gifted group of directors came together with a philosophy that by using their individual skills and strengths they could benefit each other’s projects. Nash Edgerton (Spider, The Square) took the helm for this depiction of ‘I Love It’. Nash takes the Hoods on a journey searching through the majestic rainforest south of Sydney. Beautifully shot in the Royal National Park, this video looks more film than filmclip.

Hilltop Hoods – I Love It Feat. Sia – Carl Allison & Nick Kozakis Version

Kozakis and Allison bring together a perfect fusion of direction and visuals to compliment any production. Having worked together on high and low end projects they are making a solid impact on the film & media industry. Allison brings a cinematic eye and a unique twist to his work aided by Kozakis’ innovative vision for direction. Shot guerilla-style on a tight budget, Allison and Kozakis took a dark, stylistic approach in their rendition of ‘I Love It’. In this clip the Hoods roam the highways picking up unfortunate hitchhikers.

The new Album Drinking From The Sun will be released in March 2012.

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