Romain Chassaing embarks on an ambitious choose-your-own-adventure project for Naive New Beaters and the result is one of the most creative and engaging interactive videos we've ever had the pleasure of clicking through.
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Alex Courtès' new Cassius video is all about intriguing, ingenious, and ironic visual juxtapositions: stock shots from the commercial mainstream are spliced – horizontally and vertically - with deeply contrasting, graphically connected images to create a constant flow of striking combinations.
The opening salvo in a series of videos for French producer Tommy Jacob's Project 001 by Matthieu Jacobs at Tramp Studio is a one shot featuring dancer L'Homme Bleu, whose easy, agile movements light up a Paris evening.
Ichon takes a dreamy ride in the Swiss Alps in Pierre Saba-Aris' video for Si L'on Ride.
Chic & Artistic's video for Dan Black sees the singer have a paranormal night with a mysterious floating orb for the track Headphones.
Awesome piledriving visuals for Grammy-nominated French heavy metal outfit Gojira - with performance footage shot on a thermal camera - by Drew Cox, who directed, shot and edited the piece over a few days during the band's recent UK tour. The intensity, and broad variety of imagery, reflects both his and the band's state having suffered deep personal loss.
French duo The Blaze - that's Jonathan Alric and Guillaume Alric – direct a layered and cinematic homecoming for their song Territory, the follow-up to the MVA-award winning video for Virile.
Arnaud Deroudilhe's video for Busy P is a dual-layered conceptual sleepwalk through the Kiev streets.
Masterfully matching scenes from two separate scenarios, Deroudilhe flips between the glistening, electric, hyper-saturated dreamworld of the club inside our protagonist's mind, and the reality of what she's interacting with on the streets.