Brendan Canty's video for Saint Sister tells the story of a young couple's relationship through interpretive dance and visual metaphors.
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Villagers' Conor O'Brien goes out for a romantic dinner date, and offers his dinner partner a remarkable token of his affection, in Bob Gallagher's tragi-comic video for Fool.
Lochlainn McKenna has directed a riveting character study for the Irish electronic artist known as Daithí.
Stevie Russell channels those classic teen movies of the 1980s in his video for the pulsating electro-pop of Ships, where a young boy takes the disco floor with the girl of his dreams - but is it all a dream?
Dublin-based director and storyteller supreme Bob Gallagher has created a charming video for Villagers' Trick Of The Light, the first release from their forthcoming album The Art Of Pretending To Swim.
Eoin Wickham's video for singer-songwriter-actor Glen Hansard is the winner of an open competition to make a video for Hansard's track Wreckless Heart.
Two Mormon missionaries, Elder Smith and Elder Call (Peter McGann and John Doran), go about their usual routine, canvassing across the streets of Dublin, in the video for The Minutes.
But it's clear straight away that Elder Smith has grown tired of the lack of privacy and constant company from the ever-cheery Elder Call. And today is the day he might finally crack.
Jordan Rossi's video for Never See Me Cry has Irish singer-songwriter Una Healy showcasing a number of looks, from sassy rock chick to old-school Hollywood glam queen, as she belts out her latest hit with powerful vocals.
It’s a playful video that sums up the subject of the track perfectly. Una is having fun and is so not missing that ex anymore...