French team Parachutes succinctly explore how familar elements of the thriller - a masked killer, slain young women – are translatable through different cinematic styles, for Paris sextet L'Impératrice.
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Meet the world's worst mailman. This guy seems incapable of doing his job properly – but has a lot of fun (not) doing it.
Nor does his utterly irresponsible behaviour go down too well in his particular part of suburbia - until he hooks up with RAC to deliver a rocking guitar solo on I Still Wanna Know, bringing the party to the neighbourhood.
Taking inspiration from the title of the track and the concept of the new Public Service Broadcasting album, They Gave Me A Lamp reflects on the history of coal mining communities in the UK.
Hugo Jenkins' clip for Dusseldorf-based duo Grandbrothers is a stream-of-conscious study of memory, family and spirituality.
Savvas Stavrou directs a beautiful, emotive one-take clip for Metaxas.
Daniel Brown's video for Odesza follows an unlikely friendship in a post-singularity dystopia.
Dave Bullivant, aka Bison, makes a haunting and peculiar greyscale video for Stevie Parker.
Jade Mortimer's clip for Ride is a mysterious run into the great black void.
Rejjie Snow takes a drive out to a cold and lonely place in this performance clip by Joe Bird.
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.