ADAM VOSS PRODUCTIONS, LLC SHORTS
Below is a selection of some of the video tracks that we've produced over the past 15 years. Enjoy!
The Precious Moments
This is the unofficial music video for the unofficial rough cut recording of the unofficially released debut album from The Precious Moment. Get your popcorn and whiskey. All rights reserved.
Now you too can reach enlightenment with Ben Voss' simple approach to attain Perfectness. Operators are standing by. 1-800-PERFECT.
The Candyman Can was another inspirational collaboration between Adam Voss and Alex Manning in preparation for the 2006 Air Guitar USA competitions in Chicago and Los Angeles. This originally aired at the Chicago Regional competition on May 25, 2006, though it was an intimate screening in the lady’s room for the Candyman and a man dressed as a lady.
This short was produced by Dan Bolinger and Adam Voss, and directed by Tim Coulter in 2004. The Donor was loosely based on a compilation of actual occurrences in the Los Angeles area that most likely have never happened to anyone. Nevertheless, this short was a vital weapon in the war against illegal sperm donation.
The Virtual Vikings
You too can become a Viking! Call 1-800-BER-SERK today.
Damsel of Disaster
This short was produced by Adam Voss and Kim Zaninovich and directed by Tim Coulter as the show-opener for KCRW’s 2005 Hurricane Katrina Relief Show at the Silent Movie Theatre in Los Angeles. Both the short and the live show were a resounding success, though New Orleans has yet to be provided with the full federal funding available for rebuilding.
Produced by Adam Voss, and directed by Alex Manning, this short originally aired on Poorman’s “America’s Low Budget Superstar” in 2006, a cable reality show based in Los Angeles. Host and former radio personality, Jim “Poorman” Trenton, was looking for the most bizarre and unusual talent in the LA area. The Lightning Man is a short documentary about an extraordinary man living in an ordinary world. Namely, Los Angeles.
Bitter Kid on the Block (BKOTB)
This short was produced by Jessica Dickey and Adam Voss, and directed by Tim Coulter in 1997. It was first released at the 911 Media Arts Center in Seattle, WA, to resounding critical acclaim where it won Honorable Mention at the Seattle Short Film Festival that same year. It was also pivotal in driving the New Kids on the Block revival that swept through Seattle at the turn of the century.