Josh Lipworth has fashioned a striking and poignant accompaniment to Hervé's Last Lovers, combining different photographic techniques to express a psychological journey of a young blind man.
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Veteran rock 'n roll rebel Peter Perrett's lacerating critique-cum-love letter addressed to the USA now has a great visual accompaniment directed by Focus Creeps which revels in its old school video aesthetic.
Sean Pecknold gives us all a Gold Feeling in this dance fantasy film for Fred Nicolas, aka Golden Suits.
Daniel Brereton takes us to the streets of Shanghai to complete a trilogy of girl gang-themed music videos for Parisian band Las Aves.
The third film by Seamus Murphy to accompany PJ Harvey's new album The Hope Six Demolition Project, following The Wheel and The Community Of Hope, is for The Orange Monkey, in which Murphy captures everyday life in Afghanistan.
As well as the videos for the new album A Moon Shaped Pool, Radiohead are releasing a 30 second video vignette every week on Instagram, created by some of their favourite directors. The series echoes the band's groundbreaking 'blipvert' series of ultra-short clips that were created, mostly by Shynola, for their Kid A album at the end of the Nineties.
Simply put, this is a beautiful and incredible sensory experiment.
The idea here being that Canadian filmmaker Fantavious Fritz asked Nikita, a 12 year old girl who has been blind since birth, to listen to the song, and describe the images that it conjures in her mind. The result is a wonderful visual collage that plays with the ideas of perception in several ways.