Jay-Z's huge mea culpa 4:44 is now accompanied by a remarkable film by TNEG that takes on the weightiest of issues, and challenges the boundaries of what a music video can be.
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Daniel Brown treats us to a surreal ride through the streets of Seoul in his video for Merk & Kremont.
Inspired by a video of longboarder Hyojoo Ko that went viral last year, Brown takes a hypnotic and effortless ride through Seoul, encountering a bizarre cast of characters along the way, for Sad Story (Out Of Luck).
Andrew Donoho packs a powerful punch with this cinematic disaster study for Vic Mensa.
After working far too hard for very little reward in their convenience store video for 100ms, Dave and Dir. Lx collaborate once more. And this time, they're going global.
Fiona Jane Burgess directs a minimal sensory dance film for TD_Nasty.
A girl must dance with Death in order to win her salvation, in this video for French pop duo Next Is Best directed and photographed by Etienne Fu-le Saulnier.
Shot in a country house near Paris, the girl's battle for survival, yet ambivalent relationship with death is emphasised with some highly effective special FX makeup.
Nick Middleton puts the viewer in a rather strange predicament in his clip for Dutch Uncles.
Tom Clarkson's latest clip for Society is a clever guerilla experiment in public participation.
Stemming from the classic 'Can I take your picture? Ah, it's on video!' concept, the video starts out as a series of strange and awkward portraits. That is, until you realise that the true subject matter of the video is lurking in the background.