Dan Medhurst's film for modern classical artist Grandbrothers is a loose adaptation of the ancient Greek myth of Sisyphus, who struggled to push a large rock up a mountain only for it to roll back down and for him to start again each day.
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Director and Composer Frederick Lloyd creates an awesome cinematic visual accompaniment for his debut album Respire.
George Daniell's video for Tom Hobden & Eliot James's Housman's Theme (on Blink Productions' label offshoot Village Green Recordings) is a portrait of a man who works in one of the most striking landscapes in England. And it's just great filmmaking.
Hugo Jenkins' clip for Dusseldorf-based duo Grandbrothers is a stream-of-conscious study of memory, family and spirituality.
Melodie Roulaud has directed this new video for Solomon Grey's Choir To The Wild, telling the story of a teenage girl who, out of boredom and isolation, dips into her grandmother's bible. The result is an unexpectedly impact on her psyche which blurs the frontiers between dreams, reality, the paranormal - and quite possibly divine intervention...
Experimental filmmaker Kurtis Hough has created this black and white, fifteen-minute long journey of a video, featuring a hybrid of cosmic computer-generated motion graphics and Hawaiian lava-flow timelapse footage, augmented by fuzz-topped animated trees that intensifies the otherwordly atmosphere of the piece.
Originally commissioned and premiered at the Museum of Modern Art, New York as part of the Björk retrospective that ended on June 7th, this epic, ten-minute video for Björk's Black Lake by her regular collaborator Andrew Thomas Huang has finally been released online.