Victor Aguilar - aka Zipi - transports us to a turn-of-the 20th century party for Leiva, packed with dancing, drink, drugs, hanky-panky and weird sex - and Michael Jackson.
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Fujiko Nakaya's remarkable 'fog sculpture' called London Fog, recently exhibiting at London's Tate Modern and experienced by thousands of visitors, has inspired a mesmerising short film - the directing debut of Ilona McIlwain.
Sam E. H. Hooper's directorial debut for Le Galaxie is a very cool piece of minimalist sci-fi.
Occupying an ominous black room, two protagonists wired into various machinery unplug themselves in order to connect with one another, and as they do the almost monochromatic space in which they occupy becomes considerably more colourful.
Danny Brown and Jonah Hill make the world's darkest sitcom for Ain't It Funny.
Romain Chassaing embarks on an ambitious choose-your-own-adventure project for Naive New Beaters and the result is one of the most creative and engaging interactive videos we've ever had the pleasure of clicking through.
Pleasure, Leslie Feist's first album in six years, is introduced with a video for the title track that keeps things simple, but is also slightly unnerving.
Following his beautiful, blissful, syncronised swimming-based video for I Got You, the director known as Yagaboo reunites with British producer Seramic for another dance-based video – and a very different beast indeed.
New directing collective SAD go on a multi-personality seaside stroll in their video for Dark Sky.