From alt-J's striking original idea, Isaiah Seret has crafted an experimental epic for their song Pleader that draws on different artforms and ultimately has nearly spawned a new one. This is a music video that could also described as a short dramatic musical.
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Francis Wallis directs illustrious house DJ Marc Kinchen aka MK’s new video for 17, exploring the subculture of Kuduro dancing, that has been emerging from some of the most notorious and vibrant neighbourhoods of Lisbon.
Enter Shikari, the first band on the moon. And what a good plan that is - until the set starts to fall apart at the seams, and we see the directors and PR team desperately attempt to keep things going with a band clearly not that comfortable performing in spacesuits.
Shaun James Grant collaborates with Izzy Bee Phillips aka Black Honey on a noirish story of revenge in a funeral setting, with a time shifting element that may take you by surprise.
With Grant and Phillips working together on wardrobe, is heavy on style and atmosphere - and after this one for Dig, it looks like there'll be another episode of vintage, sexy cool on its way.
A rich young guy is living the dream - but that's nothing compared to the story inside his head. Ilya Naishuller's latest blockbuster for Russian rock band Leningrad flashes back from our hero and his numerous lingerie model, pole-dancing girlfriends, to his career as a master criminal.
Anton Tammi goes the full peyote with a video for Somewhere Else that gives full rein to the director's visionary and hallucinatory gifts. It's probably the most psychedelic, spaced-out Western since Dennis Hopper made The Last Movie.
One adjective above all others applies to Emil Nava's new Calvin video: icy. It's so icy, in fact, it has towering blocks of ice around "stone-cold diva" Kehlani, and Lil Yachty is performing on a ice sports car. You heard that right. A sports car made of ice.
BAFIC’s video for Ebenezer's Ask Around demonstrates his eye for capturing a performer’s energy. It's shot mostly from the passengers POV of Ebenezer’s car, and the video takes you, through a series of seamless fast cuts and inventive camera work, on a turned up joy ride around North London.