DoP-turned-director Kristof Brandl won an MVA last year for his first video for Charlotte Cardin. That was intense, but it was just a prelude to this extraordinarily powerful work for Cardin's The Kids.
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Andrew Donoho teams up with Jai Wolf once again to create this touching video centring around themes of loss and nostalgia within the imagination of a child for Starlight.
Set in a not-so-far away future, on a distant Earth-like planet, three teens embark on a journey that leads to a once in a lifetime experience, in Lisa Paclet’s video for Darius.
London-based Swedish directors BABYBABY cut and splice their way through this visually arresting piece, merging their distinctive mind-bending visual effects with a cute eye for fashion.
Jesse Kanda’s extraordinary video for Bjork’s Arisen My Senses chronicles her emergence from a semi-translucent chrysalis-like entity.
William Robertson and Scott Stirling's video for Aussie dreampop outfit TEES employs motion graphics to disrupt an intimate band performance.
The graphics break, overlay and ultimately redefine the original images, a technique inspired by the song, which asks: 'can we ever really know somebody, or are we only seeing fragments of what they want us to see?'
Alex Karpovsky (from Girls) is a bad magician in the new MGMT video, hated by his meagre audience for his terrible tricks. And he's stuck in a Groundhog Day-style loop. Maybe he's dreaming - or dying? Because then the world changes, with new hidden, and frankly horrible depths, as he falls onto the operating table surrounded by surgeons.
Roger Guàrdia has a way with a band performance. He's proved it on several occasions in the past, and once again here with Zephyr Bones, one of Spain's most promising young bands.
It's a relaxed, almost dreamlike piece, blending distorted slo-mo visuals and trippy visual effects, that enable the viewer to sink into the enjoyably jangly sound of Telephone.