Big-hitting commercials director Seb Edwards makes a spectacular splash into the world of music videos with this epic visual blockbuster for Jon Hopkins.
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Directed by Femi Ladi, Kwaye uses choreography as a means of expression and healing, touching on the artist's own feelings of self-discovery.
This performance piece is far from the solemnity the actual song might suggest. Bold in colour and expressive in movement, the cinematography beautifully captures Kwaye's mesmerising movements as he is immersed in his own world of thoughts.
A young couple dance out their passion and heartbreak in this raw, erotically-charged video for Son Little’s track The Middle, directed by Daria Geller.
Brendan Canty's video for Saint Sister tells the story of a young couple's relationship through interpretive dance and visual metaphors.
Continuing that excellent run of dance-based videos from the last album, one of the first releases from the new Jungle album For Ever comes with another corker.
Will & Carly's video for Sam Frankl is a highly stylised piece of performance that explores the collapse of a relationship thorugh choregoraphy in a simple stark space.
The celebrated choreographer Ryan Heffington turns director and actor - and choreographer and dancer too – in this short film for Fleet Foxes.
Johny Mourgue applies the natural grain of 16mm film to produce this sultry promo for Sinead Harnett’s new single Body.
The video features saturated lighting and fluid, choreographed camerawork by DoP Hunter Daly, Steadicam op Jake Whitehouse and dancer/choreographer Tega Alexander.
And it generates plenty of body heat in this long hot summer of 2018...