Phoenix's new video is an irreverent reworking of cultural history by Chris Hopkins at Melbourne-based design and directing team Lost Art, where the band become an integral part of a rare '80s documentary about legendary and controversial fashion photographer Helmut Newton.
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Rafe brings a retro English sci-fi vibe to his video for indie-pop outfit OUTLYA.
In the video for White Light, a group of young people are separately affected by the transmissions by the band, recording from a remote and mysterious building. Intense zooms, subliminal editing, and glitches build that sense of edgy mystery to proceedings.
Mat Whitecross's beautifully crafted video for one of the best songs from Liam Gallagher's hugely successful solo album As You Were fills a nightclub with one person: the actress Sienna Guillory.
Leilani Croucher takes us into the world of Lydia Lane and her psychic network for Australian singer-songwriter Jack Ladder. The scenario may seem to be familiar, but Croucher does more than provide a pastiche of those dodgy exploitation infomercials.
Three scientists trapped in a dull, monochrome world slave over experiment after experiment to try and discover the one thing they can’t even imagine - colour – in Theo Gee's entertaining video for The Fratellis.
Nathalie Canguilhem presents an arresting debut video for the sylph-like Yorina - a combination of sensitivity and abandon for Wild As A Horse.
With a track orchestrated by Dan Levy of The Do, Canguilhem focusses on the singer's energy, beauty and charisma, periodically supported by her clones-in-tights.
Shot on location in Ibiza, the second collaboration between Let's Eat Grandma and Balan Evans reflects the director's current obsession with collage.
Wouter Stoter captures “a single moment repeated from 18 different angles” in this intriguing video for Kim Janssen.
This is a party where a group of expats gather, and a series of mini-character studies take place as a ball skidding into a swimming pool initiates a growing sense of strangeness.