For someone of his experience, working with so many of the world's biggest pop artists, when Emil Nava says his new video for Tinie Tempah is like nothing he has ever done before, it makes you sit up and take notice.
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The opening salvo in a series of videos for French producer Tommy Jacob's Project 001 by Matthieu Jacobs at Tramp Studio is a one shot featuring dancer L'Homme Bleu, whose easy, agile movements light up a Paris evening.
Imelda May joins everyday superwomen on a march through Brixton Market in London in this rousing one-shot video directed by Laura Scrivano - her second video for the artist – for Should've Been You.
After Hiding With Boys and Black Rain, Jamie Carter completes his trilogy of videos for acclaimed Southampton punk-metal band Creeper with Misery.
Daniel Brereton's video for Drones Club is a carefully choreographed surveillance sermon set atop the toxic wastes of Beckton Alps.
Lyle Lindgren's short film for Goldie is a wonderful piece of social realism starring Stephen Graham.
Preparation for Dawn Shadforth's video for Fat White Family side project The Moonlandingz, featuring Rebecca Taylor from Slow Club, apparently involved lead singer Johnny Rocket (aka FWF's Lias Saoudi) staying up for five days before the shoot. Then he attached fried eggs to his nipples with clingfilm.
Joe Connor's long-awaited, hauntingly beautiful ice-dancer video for Coldplay's Everglow is finally here.
New directing duo XIPHI - that's Melody Maker and Lauren Van Veen – have created an atmospheric showcase for Wzrd Yoshi's De Nada, set in a flat in a London tower block of a dystopian near-future that's been turned into a drugs factory.