Here's an eery, visually arresting video for Elliot Moss’ new single Pattern Repeating directed by Daniel Howlid, who is a member of the Scandinavian-based visual artist collective HochR. A series of scenes reveal the home life of a green, faceless family of mannequins, leading a stylish but unsettlingly empty existence.
You are here
Kinga Burza's latest video sees gorgeous portraiture and an explosion of colour for Chinese star Li Yuchun also knows as Chris Lee's minimal synth-pop tunes Real Love and Only You.
Luis Cerveró has directed this dazzling and cryptic pot pourri of tongue-in-cheek scenes, characterised by visual art, anachronistic lavishness, a bit of absurdity and number games.
SALSA, a Brazilian directing duo based in both Brussels and Rio, grabbed first prize at the Young Directors Award at Cannes in 2015 for Heaven, their powerful narrative-driven awareness film against human trafficking.
LA-based directing team Syndrome have cooked up a colourful, vibrant and hyperreal dance video for Jason Derulo's Get Ugly, which sees Jason and his crew making their way through the city, getting everyone moving through their infectious, energetic dance moves.
Kinopravda take us through the stages of a relationship in this chic, pleasantly choreographed video for Chet Faker & Marcus Marr's track The Trouble With Us, with a series of scenes spanning initial flirtation, amusement, love and ending with frustration and separation.
Geej Ower has directed this fluid and sensual yet realistic video for Scottish singer-songwriter Kloe's song Touch with vignettes of the singer in the midst of teenage love, friendship, and everything inbetween.
John Dunn's sentimental, touching visuals for You Are A Memory by Message To Bears sees a homeless man (played by Nico Migliorati) during a moment of reflection, with a solitary choreography filled with longing. After dancing alone for a little while, he is joined by a woman from his past (Isabelle Cressy), heightening the feeling of nostalgia all the more.