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Jon Watts

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After working as an assistant to Brian Beletic, Smuggler's Jon Watts might have learned a thing or two, and it shows from his dazzling set of clips that traverse diverse stylistic territory for Fat Boy Slim, The Thrills, The Wallflowers and Death Cab For Cutie. We predict Watts will continue to make waves in videos and beyond-his senior thesis film, The Invisible Dog, took the grand prize at this year's NYU Film Festival, footage from which he also used to make a student commercial for The New York Times that earned an AICP nod in 2004. He also recently directed an upcoming campaign for 24 Hour Fitness, out of Publicis/Hal Riney.
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