Femi Ladi has created an episodic docu-drama for South London Rapper A2's project Blue: Winter's Only Winner, which follows him through different aspects of his life, from work through to play.
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Warren Fu's new video for Paramore gives frontwoman Hayley Williams a juicy role as an increasingly disillusioned anchorwoman - flanked by her bandmates - on a local TV breakfast news show.
With his usual panache Fu presents life on both sides of the camera, as Hayley's existential crisis leads her to eventually realise why she got in the news game to begin with.
Jess Glynne and Macklemore enjoy a sweet but brief affair in wintry London for Rudimental's big return These Days, orchestrated by Macklemore's regular collaborator Johnny Valencia.
Hobby Holmes's Dartmoor-shot video for Charlie Straw captures a young woman at two contraasting stages of her life.
Although it begins with her blissfully happy on the sunny moor, it becomes clear this is the memory of better times, for the girl who has suffered a great loss, and is now retracing her steps.
In the style we have come to know from their amazing videos for The Weeknd and Travis Scott, and recent ads for YSL and Adidas, Alex Lee and Kyle Wightman – aka BRTHR – throw pretty much everything into this hallucinatory hyperviolent superhero live action anime mini-movie for Japanese-Australian YouTuber-turned-pop star Joji.
Tim Mattia's video for Kygo follows a young couple who escape from their daily grind by booking themselves into luxurious places for nights of passion - but without the hassle and expense of going through Airbnb.
In the remote Westfords in Iceland, Hawk Björgvinsson has created an absorbing, strange tale for local teenage duo Between Mountains. A secret torchlight ritual between local villagers leads to an extraordinary phenomenon - individuals acquire a human shadow who echo their every move.
Thor Brenne challenges racial preconceptions in his video for Norwegian rapper HKEEM.