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Alex and Martin

Alex and Martin were a music video directing duo consisting of Alex Courtes and Martin Fougerol. They directed several music videos with artists such as The White Stripes and U2.

They won a Grammy Award in 2005 in the Best Short Form Music Video category for directing the music video for "Vertigo" by U2.

They have disbanded, and both continue to direct alone. Courtes directed 2011 the French-Belgian horror-thriller The Incident.[1]

Contents

  • Music video filmography 1
    • Martin Fougerol 1.1
    • Alex Courtes 1.2
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Music video filmography

Martin Fougerol

Alex Courtes

References

  1. ^ Inmates Break Out in New Asylum Blackout One-Sheet
  2. ^

External links

  • [1] Alex Courtes at the télécréateurs site
  • [2] Alex Courtes at Division site


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