The late Adam Yauch made history as Beastie Boys rapper MCA, but also, he results in a wealthy legacy in filmmaking: Recall his work helming many of the trio’s music videos (as Nathaniel H?rnblow¡§|r), delivering envelope-pushing (and Oscar-nominated) documentaries featuring via his production/distribution label Oscilloscope Labs, and pointing their own acclaimed films, particularly the 2006 concert doc Awesome I Fuckin’ Shot That!. Have a look back at Yauch’s work behind your camera, with and without fellow Beasties Mike Gemstone and Adam Horovitz, as Movieline runs lower the 9 best films and videos he earned like a director. "Shadrach" (1989) Live show footage was rotoscoped over inducing the gorgeous and surreal hands-colored music video for "Shadrach," from the Beasties’ second studio album, Paul’s Boutique. "So What’cha Want" (1992) Mike D, Ad-rock, and MCA traipse the forest as rapping, destructive forces of character in a single of my personal favorite Beastie Boys videos, made strangely sinister (and oddly perfect) by photo unwanted effects and speed-tweaked lip synching. "Intergalactic" (1998) A tribute to/send-from Japanese kaiju monster movies and among the best music videos ever. "Body Movin’" (1998) More film nerdery from MCA — "Body Movin’" as parody from the Dino P Laurentiis-created Italian cult spy flick Danger Diabolik. "Three MCs and something DJ" (1999) A loving jerk to DJ Mix Master Mike, who marked his first Beastie Boys collaboration on 1999′s Hello Nasty without him around to decrease the beat, our MCs are frozen and helpless.