HOME      NEWS      MUSIC     FILM/VIDEO    COMPOSITIONS     MERCHANDISE     CONTACT
“Buy-Sexual” Music Video Spoof from AlienLizzie
Director Elizabeth Anne       Production Company Funkybuttmonkeemusic, INC.
Winner of the DMAC Short-Film Slam February 2006 !
Music Buy$exual on MySpace.com Music Buy$exual on Garageband.com
This video project was created for an interactive educational showcase featuring
music video with live performances including EJ remixing, band and dancing.
SCREENINGS
PREMIERE: SUNDAY OCTOBER 16th, 2005 7:30PM at the DMAC Short-Film-Slam
at  UCF's Downtown Media Arts Center on 39 South Magnolia Ave in Dowtown Orlando, FL
THURSDAY DECEMBER 15th, 2005 8:00PM
for the Intro To The Film Process FINAL PROJECT screening at Valencia Community College
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10th, 2005 8:30PM -  Interactive LIVE Performance / Video Screening
by AlienLizzie with All Who Wander at AKA LOUNGE on 68 E. Pine St. in Downtown Orlando, FL
to kick off  the
V.A.G.I.N.A. Fest (yes, you read the title correctly - violence against girls is not acceptable)
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 26th, 2005 7:00PM at the DMAC Short-Film-Slam at UCF's Downtown Media Arts Center 
WHEN IT WON THE TITLE FOR BEST SHORT-FILM IN THE FEBRUARY SLAM !!!
FRIDAY MAY 19th, 2006 11:00PM and SATURDAY MAY 20TH 7:00PM
as part of the 2006 FLORIDA MUSIC FEST's Music Video Program at  UCF's Downtown Media Arts Center
MONDAY AUGUST 7th,2006 8:30PM Flicks On Fairbanks  at Austin's Coffee and Film
Buy$exual CAST
Front Row:
Manda Young
Abbey Clark
Cassandra Sawden

Top Row:
Rachel Whitmire
Nikki Jordan
Michelle Simons

Pictured Below
Elizabeth Anne
Belle Coutinho
Alex J. Katsaros
“Buy-Sexual” Music Video Experience
THANKS TO THE CAST AND CREW WHO PARTICIPTED ON THIS SHOOT!
IT WAS A TRAIN WRECK, BUT WE MADE IT...
Buy$exual CREW
CREW:
  Director:
Elizabeth Anne
  Executive Producers:
Elizabeth Anne / Michael Noles
  Director of Photography:
Jon Timothy Anderson
  Assistant Director:
Matt Parker
  Gaffer:
William Geiermann
  Key Grip:
Jonathan Bergquist
  Choreography
Consultant: Abbey Clark “Black Aria Dance”
  Still Photography :
Photo Joe Burns  
  Electrics:
Jennifer Wilson
  Additional Camera Operator:
Danny Bruno
  Production Assistance:
 
Moe Schultz / Eddie Diaz / Jeighsyn Whitaker

 
EQUIPMENT / LOCATION RENTALS:
  Panasonic DVX 100 MiniDV:
 
Chris McCown - Orange Fly Productions
 
Jerry Rose - Lucky Rose Productions
  Ari Lights:
 
Mark Shapins - Hoofta Productions
  VIDEO SHOOT PERFORMANCE SEGMENTS 09/25/05:
 
The Blue Room
  17 West Pine Street Downtown Orlando, FL

   ADDITTIONAL PILLOW FIGHT SHOOT 10/05/05:

 
The Bed Room
  Courtesy of Alex J. Katsaros
   ADDITTIONAL VIEWING SHOOT 10/15/05:
  The Downtown Media Art Center
    39 South Magnolia Ave. - Downtown Orlando, FL
  Courtesy of John Theisen
LYRICS:

You bend              To extend
As you befriend     Arrogance
And believe that    Innocence
Is not crossing the fence

Souls feel separation
Encountering my anticipation
My strong defecation
Brings forth strange dedication
No chance for sudden resignation
While all wrapped up in the elation

It's the difference between
a `Stop' or a `Go'
You always must go on with the show
Ask me how I know?
          Gene Simmons told me so

They split               When I spit
`Cause my shi*'s    A Big Hit
And I can't             Call it quits
`Cause I'm caught in a fit
(Buy Sex-u-al)
You bend               To extend
As you befriend       Arrogance
And believe that      Innocence
Is not crossing to
Buy Sex-u-al

Smiles loose salivation
Acting out all their pervasions
Witnessing my refrigeration
Current versions of past observations
My professional skills provide persuasions
For less than subtle laws of admiration

You have to be ready for the go
It's on the RADIO and TV shows
Just how low, well, you'll know?
            The innuendo sells you so

They drool            All like fools
While I'm cool      New-old-school
As I'm working       My tools
`Cause attraction's the rule
(Buy Sex-u-al)
You bend               To extend
As you befriend       Arrogance
And believe that      Innocence
Is not crossing to
Buy Sex-u-al

(to the Bridge)
   Is compensation, the motivation,
       for the sensation?
   Is compensation, the motivation,
       for the sensation?
(Repeat)

"Sure, I'm Buy-Sexual.
You purchase something with me in mind,
I'll become erotically inclined?

You have to be ready for the go
You always must go on with the show
Just ask me how I know?
          Gene Simmons told me so

They split               When I spit
`Cause my shi*'s    A Big Hit
And I can't             Call it quits
`Cause I'm caught in a fit
(Buy Sex-u-al)
They drool            All like fools
While I'm cool      New-old-school
As I'm working       My tools
`Cause attraction's the rule
(Buy Sex-u-al)
You smile                All the while
Cause you're willing To go the mile
Hope you're on        Every dial
And they all want your style
(Buy Sex-u-al)
You will bend          To extend
As you befriend       Arrogance
And believe that      Innocence
Is not crossing to
Buy Sex-u-al
The concept of “Buy Sexual” involves expressing response towards how we as a society
  (and not just North America) have to put on a sexual front in entertainment and advertising.

  Simply put - the over-saturation of sexuality in mainstream entertainment, causes severe detriment 
to those who feel they are not naturally blessed with such auora (whether they desire to be or not)
AS WELL AS those who appreciate talent and skill for Sensationalism as a craft.
Interest in ANY  activity that becomes imbued with popularity of the masses, will suffer similar effect.
However, the use of SEX in every single concept we see, is merely for advertising,.
In order to make profit by use of sexuality, to promote something that has nothing to do with sexuality,
the advertisers must convince the public that the product has everything to do with sexuality.

Today, everything has everything to do with sexuality. It has invaded our senses.
The products we are encouraged to consume, are directed towards affecting 
the taste, smell, touch and sight of ourselves and what surrounds us.
It even dictates the way we perceive the appearance of how we look to ourselves and others.
The most effective way to transmit such promotion is through
the use of audio in what we hear (as with mainstream radio)
and the representations in visuals on television and film,
constantly insisting that there is a particular blueprint for beauty.
In essence, sexuality has lost the characteristic of even itself.

There is nothing to be ashamed of in wanting to be sensual.
It is not a concept that must have a purpose.
A PURPOSE CREATED for sexuality creates harm, while the original purpose for it's existence
is much more natural than the media wants us to believe. 
HOME      NEWS      MUSIC     FILM/VIDEO    COMPOSITIONS     MERCHANDISE     CONTACT