James Whitby documents Moroccan teenage stunt bikers the Anfa Riders for Gengahr.
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Kevan Funk brings us a fascinating, graphic, and chilling glimpse into technological advances in the North American sex industry for Belle Game.
Fanny Hoetzeneder’s video for Turtle documents one of the illegal car meet-ups that happen on Sunday nights in London's outskirts.
This beautifully shot film captures the melting-pot of people who congregate at these meets to have a good time and proudly display their cars.
Dan Emmerson captures an authentic slice of life of London-based Nigerian reggae-dancehall star Burna Boy - with Lily Allen popping around for good measure - in this vibrant, doc-style video for Heaven's Gate.
It's also two for the price of one, as it segues seamlessly into Sekkle Down (ft J Hus), as the girls of the neighbourhood head out from the salon on a night on the town...
From Stormzy's incorrigible charisma, leading 350 young fans in a singalong, to the portraits of British households in their diversity, to the incredibly moving shared moment of silence, in memory of victims of tragedy, Nez Khammal has created a remarkable visual poem to life in London in 2017.
Continuing his collaboration with Nothing But Thieves, Thomas James followed the band on their recent US tour.
Capturing snapshots of everyday America intercut with spoken word sections and clips from the band’s live shows, James creates an ode to life on the road on Particles – which sees NBT at their most Buckley-esque.
Have you ever wondered what would happen if a hen party to Blackpool (or another English seaside town) was given a 1940s animation makeover? No, neither have I. But The Sacred Egg have done it anyway, for Powell's Wormhole, and proved it's a marvellously way to celebrate a quaintly British night out.
Jorik Dozy & Sil Van Der Woerd's video for Novo Amor & Ed Tullett's Terraform tells the true story of the hardships and sacrifices the sulphur miners of Kawah Ijen in Indonesia make in order to provide for their family.