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Black Spark is an anonymous American film director and photographer[1] who is most noted for his hyper sexualized music videos and unique surreal style.

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Selected Filmography

  • Not Over You: Music by Chester French - "Not Over You"
  • Merry Christmas: Music by William Fitzsimmons - "They’ll Never Take the Good Years"
  • Any Time You Like: Music by Robyn - "Any Time You Like"
  • The Black Spark Chapter 1.5: Music by Bon Iver - "Woods"
  • The Black Spark Chapter 1: Music by Empire Of The Sun - "Swordfish Hotkiss Night"
  • Toxic Chapter 2: Music by Yael Naïm - "Toxic" (Britney Spears Cover)
  • The Sun’s Gone Dim and the Sky’s Turned Black: Music by Jóhann Jóhannsson - "The Sun’s Gone Dim and the Sky’s Turned Black"
  • Famous: Music by Jazmine Sullivan - "Famous"
  • BeForeTheKill: Music by Yeah Yeah Yeahs - "Maps"
  • ForTheKill: Music by La Roux - "In For The Kill"
  • Morethekill: Music by Burial - "Fostercare" & JT and The Clouds - "Nobody Wants To Be Alone Nobody Wants To Die"
  • Sunday Faith: Music by Frou Frou - "The Dumbing Down Of Love" & Lauryn Hill - "Tell Him"
  • Dance Inmyheartnow: Music by Groove Armada - "Cards To Your Heart"
  • sKIn]: Music by James Blake - "Wilhelm Scream"

Interviews with "Black Spark"

Although anonymous he has done a number of interviews which have been arranged through his management.

  • The Sword
  • OUT.com
  • Boy Culture
  • The Six Pack: Radio[2]
  • The Swish Edition: Radio[3]
  • Gay Demon

Controversy

Much speculation about his identity has been made. Some sources have claimed to have identified him as an adult film model who did scenes for a web company, CollegeDudes.[4][5] However, the posts on the Facebook page 'Black Spark Film' are usually tagged with 'Jason Pears', who is listed as 'Representation'[6] or 'Scott Anderson', whose personal page list 'Black Spark' as his other name used.[7][8] It is now widely accepted that the persons that have appeared in the videos are not the actual director or producer of the videos. Black Spark Film neither confirms or denies the accuracy of this information.

On August 16, 2011, a message was posted to the Black Spark's Tumblr feed, thanking the "Spark Plugs," fans of the Black Spark, as well as outlining plans for future content. Additionally, a brief statement was made about porn model "Josh Stark," who had previously been a part of the various Black Spark videos and photographs. The statement explained that "Josh" had made choices that, "violated our code and he is no longer a part of this project. Those choices were of a purely personal nature and have nothing to do with any other on camera work he has or may have been a part of."

References

  1. Crook, Phillip (18 January 2011). Need to Know: Black Spark. Out Magazine. Retrieved on 2011-03-12.
  2. Spark, Black (January 31, 2011). High Concept Art. Interview with Ben Harvey, Dave Rubin. The Six Pack. New York City, NY. 
  3. Black, Spark. The Tao of Black Spark. Interview with Dale Blades, Scott Wallis, Jason Royce. The Swish Edition. Washington, D.C.. 
  4. Zach Sire (January 28, 2011). Who Is Black Spark? [Updated:Who is Josh Stark]. The Sword. Retrieved on March 12, 2011.
  5. Who Is Black Spark? Let Him Tell You Himself. Queerty (January 31, 2011). Retrieved on March 15, 2011.
  6. Black Spark Film. Black Spark Film (January 21, 2011). Retrieved on June 13, 2012.
  7. Black Spark. Black Spark Film. Retrieved on May 28, 2011.
  8. Scott Anderson. Scott Anderson (Black Spark). Retrieved on May 28, 2011.
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