The growing sense that Héloïse Letissier, aka Christine and the Queens, aka 'Chris', is an artist apart from all the others, marching to her own tune, is strengthened by this collaboration with Colin Solal Cardo for the video for Doesn't Matter.
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Elsa Milovanovic's video for Christophe Monier’s leftfield techno and acid house project The Micronauts begins with a young female (Louise Mada-Lina) waking up to find her face, neck, and pure white clothing spattered with blood.
James F Coton and Masato Riesser have juxtaposed the documentary and music video genres in their fascinating film about the lives of members of Japanese biker crew The Specter Gang.
This fabulous video for French-African outfit Tshegua from Pantera - that's the Buenos Aires-based directing collective, not the '80s metal band - features Sarah Sekongo as a young woman establishing a normal life for herself in the Ivory Coast despite her outwardly invisible but profound disability.
Phoenix's new video is an irreverent reworking of cultural history by Chris Hopkins at Melbourne-based design and directing team Lost Art, where the band become an integral part of a rare '80s documentary about legendary and controversial fashion photographer Helmut Newton.
Cyprien Clément-Delmas has undertaken a proper collaboration with the French electronic artist Thylacine to create an aesthetic interpretation of ultimate violence in War Dance. On one side, two of the ultimate weapons of war, the tank, are involved in a unique pas de deux. Meanwhile in a military hospital the victims of war enact their own dance.
Drew Cox directs an off-the-wall horror show for French metal outfit Poumon.
Jeremi Durand's powerful video for French rapper Keny Arkana imagines a near-future society at breaking point.
Referencing the sentiment of wilful blinkeredness when the world around you is going to hell – as expressed in Paul Misraki’s 1935 song from which it takes its title - Arkana's Madame la Marquise calls out modern society’s indifference to the destructive path we’re on.