Director's Cut is a Pitchfork News feature in which we chat with music video directors about their creations. The men and women behind the camera are often overlooked in today's YouTube era, but this feature aims to highlight their hard work while showcasing the best videos currently linking around the internet. A little behind-the-scenes dirt couldn't hurt, too. Last year, he directed his first video, for Ted Leo and the Pharmacists' "Bottled in Cork" , viciously parodying the idea of a punk-rock Broadway musical and making heavy use of a cast of comedy figures. Read our Director's Cut interview for that video here. And for his follow-up, Scharpling ups the ante even more, turning the New Pornographers ' "Moves" into an extended trailer for the most cliche-heavy, debauched rock-star biopic imaginable. The cast is absolutely packed with comedy names and indie actors, many of them playing actual New Pornographers. We once again talked to Scharpling-- who is currently planning more videos with Titus Andronicus and Superchunk-- about his New Pornos clip. Pitchfork: How did you get all of these actors and comedians to be in the video? Tom Scharpling: Well, when the New Pornographers' management asked me to do "Moves", they wanted to put the band in the video.
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