Strange Beast director I Saw John First has directed the first video released as part of Jack Steadman’s surprise solo project, Mr Jukes. It captures the joy and exuberance of the collaboration between Jack and BJ The Chicago Kid, bursting in colours and fizzing with energetic transformations.
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Guido Benedicto's experimental and episodic documentary Magnetic Days follows Spanish indie-rockers Polock in the recording sessions for their latest new album, in four interconnected mini-docs.
It features the band laying down tracks, in a variety of locations, for four songs: Roll The Dice, Morricone, Devil Echoes and Venecia.
Emilie Norenberg tells the story of a woman coming to terms with the end of her marriage in this tragi-comic video for Billie Van.
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.
Rock band Create To Inspire try their best with a particularly challenging life drawing model in Tom Cronin's video for Adjust.
It's a study in anxiety through dance, intercut with a performance from the band. And the choreography here really steals the show, with the dancer's paranoid, agitated movements bringing the concept to life.
This is a film by Michael Gugger that transforms the performance of dancer Jon Ole Olstad in the digital domain, and in doing so explores the curiosity of the human spirit.
Paul & Simon Wade's video for Leeds institution Napoleon IIIrd's The Scrape is a 7-minute slow-motion study in grief - specifically the anger part of the cycle.
Simon Ryninks' video for folk singer-songwriter and actor Johnny Flynn presents a young woman's yearning to escape her grinding existence in London for green fields and rocky coastlines with an effective visual device, cutting betwen identical shots of her in the wildly different places.