For someone of his experience, working with so many of the world's biggest pop artists, when Emil Nava says his new video for Tinie Tempah is like nothing he has ever done before, it makes you sit up and take notice.
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Emil Nava keeps up his track record of delivering slick, visually rich pop performance videos with an edge.
This clip for Jennifer Hudson is awash with electric blue light that drenches the vast, dilapidated space that Hudson performs in. Cutting between this sparse, striking visual and footage of Hudson making her way through a crowded rave is a great contrast.
Emmanuel Adjei returns with another signature mind-bending visual story, this time for Mark Pritchard.
"Still Light is about a man struggling desperately with grief. Trying to escape it, physically and emotionally," says Ruby Brown, the director of an impressive video for Dahlia Sleeps.
Young Replicant's video for Alt-J is a beautiful death march frozen in time.
The six-minute black & white clip is a moody, poetic journey into the afterlife. Time around the grief-stricken in this small Mexican community slows almost to a standstill as they mourn the loss of a young woman - who is seen alive with her grandmother in the first moments of the piece.
Iggy Azalea goes for a marathon twerking session with her homegirls in downtown Tokyo in Lil Internet's video for Mo Bounce.
Things get a little Spring Breakers meets Thelma & Louise in Alex Nicholson's video for Kato & Sigala.
Alex Courtès' new Cassius video is all about intriguing, ingenious, and ironic visual juxtapositions: stock shots from the commercial mainstream are spliced – horizontally and vertically - with deeply contrasting, graphically connected images to create a constant flow of striking combinations.