Hall of Fame
Adam Dubin, a graduate of the NYU film program, co-directed the classic Beastie Boys music videos “Fight For Your Right To Party” and “No Sleep Till Brooklyn.” In 1998, MTV voted “Fight For Your Right To Party” the number one comedy music video of all time. In 2001, TV Guide included “Fight For Your Right To Party” in their list of the 50 greatest music videos of all time. In 2007, Fuse TV aired a 30 minute episode about “Fight For Your Right To Party” as part of their series “Videos That Rocked The World.” Adam directed the multi-platinum selling “A Year And A Half In The Life Of Metallica Parts 1 & 2” feature length documentaries for Metallica and their music video “Nothing Else Matters.” Adam has directed several short comedy films with comedians Lewis Black and Jim Norton. Adam is presently working on a documentary about John Lennon in New York City.