Salomon Ligthelm creates a hypotic dreamscape for Bearcubs, with a flight into fantasy inspired by a clip of Disney's Peter Pan, witnessed on TV by the dozing protagonist.
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A grotesque inflatable creature is given life through fear in new directing duo The Boykov Brothers' twisted video for garage rock outfit Spring King.
Taking influence from the films of David Cronenberg and Dario Argento, the band are subjected to a test undertaken by masked medical men, unleashing a growing sense of not only mounting horror but absurd, off-the-wall humour.
When a young man starts a session on his desktop which leads him to falling into a vortex within the computer. And then the eery fun begins, in Tobias Pichler and Lucas Riccabona's video for Austrian artist Inner Tongue.
Bea Miller's big performance of I Wanna Know - her collaboration with NOTD - becomes a real showstopper in Michael Baldwin's impressive video.
Charlotte Regan's mesmerising video for Wretch 32's His And Hers takes the song's difficult subject matter - the angry verbal attack of a young man and the provoked response of his partner - and tackles it head-on.
She simply dramatises it, adds characterisation to bring Wretch's blistering monlogues fully to life, and does so in a completely believeable manner.
Chris Turner (aka Favourite Colour: Black) keeps it simple, powerful and genuinely lo-fi for Esya - that's the solo project of Ayse Hassan of Savages.
A single set-up covers Hassan's performance with an edit dictated by the fallout from shooting on a VHS camera onto an analogue TV. It's a video portrait, as stark and atmospheric as Hassan's uncompromising music.
Joe Connor has directed a classic pop video for Sam Smith's Pray, filmed in one of the most spectacular locations seen in a music video for a long time.
Mat Whitecross's beautifully crafted video for one of the best songs from Liam Gallagher's hugely successful solo album As You Were fills a nightclub with one person: the actress Sienna Guillory.
MC Fioti's huge Brazilian hit, remixed to include contributions from an international cast of hiphop stars, comes to London in Meji Alabi's action-packed live action video game for Bum Bum Tam Tam.
Glenn Paton puts Frank Turner in a challenging situation in his video for Little Changes - with entertaining results.