Geej Ower has created a properly heartwarming video for Punctual's infectiously feelgood What I Love – and that's all down to a very talented kid in a yellow sweatshirt and big cap called Okiki.
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Ben & Ross blur the line between digital life and real life in this wild, cartoonish high school prom clip for Duke Dumont and Gorgon City.
Everybody loves a story where the underdog gets one up on the bullies. But how about one where the bullies are so consumed by their digital lives that the only thing that can put a stop to them is a bucketload of emoji-spattered puke?
Drawing inspiration from the early rave days and grainy VHS videos, Taichi Kimura's video for Sub Focus follows a group of friends as they head out to an underground warehouse party. The video takes the viewer back to the era that influenced both artists’ careers and style.
A sensitive individual (played by Leah James) finds a safe way to confront a bullying tormentor by taking on his avatar in a beat-'em-up arcade game.
It's an absorbing vignette of individual defiance by Mexican directing duo Santiago & Mauricio for French producer Joris Delacroix's Start The Engine, and it also defies expectations.
Joshua Osborne's promo for Chase and Status is a moving and intimate portrait of a young traveller and his family.
Felix Brady gets a little Rear Window in this voyeruistic clip for London producer Courage.
Craig Moore gets a little Mad Max in this slick dance clip for Shy FX.
Modu Sesay shoots a run-and-gun scene on the streets of Morocco for Claptone.
A hooded figure wanders the hot Moroccan streets, looking incredibly out of place. In and out of the market stalls searching for objects of interest and carefully selecting only the perfect ones. What for? Why, a fireside ritual of course!