Fiona Jane Burgess directs a minimal sensory dance film for TD_Nasty.
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Andrew Donoho packs a powerful punch with this cinematic disaster study for Vic Mensa.
Crowns & Owls, in their first music video for ages, have returned with an unsettling curiosity for Hercules & Love Affair's Omnion.
A lone robed figure repeatedly walks up a staircase, on a pilgrimage in which she encounters different scenarios involving other pilgrims - and then finally passes through a watery barrier to be entirely transformed.
Now this is what we like to see. Scott Cudmore creates an intense, joyous, and eccentric video for Leslie Feist that feels like a return to the form of the singer's videos of a decade or so ago. With added Jarvis Cocker.
Nick Middleton puts the viewer in a rather strange predicament in his clip for Dutch Uncles.
Tom Clarkson's latest clip for Society is a clever guerilla experiment in public participation.
Stemming from the classic 'Can I take your picture? Ah, it's on video!' concept, the video starts out as a series of strange and awkward portraits. That is, until you realise that the true subject matter of the video is lurking in the background.
Three close friends cut loose after one of them loses his job, in Danny Chan's video for Tom Walker.
In this Director's Cut, the trio embark on a serious session of fun, booze and high-jinks. And there's almost an air of desperation about the youthful excess - taking it to the limit before the real world encroaches once more - that strikes a chord.
Director and Composer Frederick Lloyd creates an awesome cinematic visual accompaniment for his debut album Respire.
Brother Film Co. teams up with artist Benjamin Phillips for this wonderful hand-made performance for Tom Williams.
George Daniell's video for Tom Hobden & Eliot James's Housman's Theme (on Blink Productions' label offshoot Village Green Recordings) is a portrait of a man who works in one of the most striking landscapes in England. And it's just great filmmaking.