If you could go on a date with anyone living or dead, who would it be? Alt-J made their picks and that became the basis of Young Replicant's science fiction dance film.
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Fatal Gift, Emily Haines's quiet rage against inequity, is interpreted in four chapters by Justin Broadbent of mild dystopia.
This dark world is run on scratchcards, crystals, and bottled water – and Haines is possibly the only inhabitant, in different guises. In her part as a comfortably wealthy lady in a cab, she asks her unseen driver: "How much do I own you?"
Finally, closure is upon us! Over two months since part one was released, we're finally treated to the final installment of Eoin Glaister's trilogy for All We Are.
Mike Dempsey and Manchester Orchestra continue their collaboration under the watchful eyes of DANIELS with this study in melancholy played out in reverse.
Niall Trask presents us with a scrappy little no-budget romance for Meatraffle.
Two travelcards and a can of Fosters were all he needed for his performance/narrative surrealist black and white clip, that manages to tell a tale of platonic love between bandmates, even though the members of Meatraffle don't seem to be able to get together for band practice.
It's two tales as different as day and night in Colin Read's gripping video for Radiohead's Man of War.
Aaron Beckum directs this heartbreaker for Grandaddy, starring Jonah Ray of Mystery Science Theatre 3000 and an insistent office chair.
Mike Dempsey & Johnny Chew craft a rough-hewn, melancholic collage for Manchester Orchestra.