Victor Köhler and David Dworsky – Directors of PressPausePlay

A few weeks ago I watched a documentary that I believe every visual artist and musician needs to see. Today! It is called PressPausePlay and it’s a look at the digital revolution through the eyes of some amazing artists and marketers, not the least of which Moby and Seth Godin. Today I’m honored to have on the show, all the way from Sweden, the co-directors of the film Victor Köhler and David Dworsky.

David and Victor share with us how they, with no formal film school training, and at the tender ages of just 24 and 26 and in just five years have grown their company to take on clients like Ericsson and Kraft and have been able to travel the world to make this documentary. (And guess what. They used to shoot weddings too.) A very inspirational episode. An even more inspirational film.

Bumper music for this show is “Tater City” by Glenn Shambroom, part of the TRUE ROMANCE collection, courtesy of Triple Scoop Music.

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Next week on the show we have Mesh Flinders, the co-creator of the first true YouTube phenomena to hit the internet, LonelyGirl15.


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