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A beautiful and brilliant video for Florence + The Machine by Autumn de Wilde.
This captures the passion and power of Florence Welch, in a dance choreographed by acclaimed dancer and choreographer Akram Khan and Florence herself, performed by a wonderful group of dancers with with the singer in a breathtaking combination of colour, darkness and water.
Mr and Mrs Carter, and their friends, visited The Louvre and made a little film.
Well, if you don't ask, you don't get.
Kamasi Washington has created an instant jazz classic with Street Fighter Mas. Now AG Rojas has made a brilliant video for it, that puts Kamasi's warm yet rather enigmatic personality at its heart - together with his obsession with the king of vintage arcade games.
Dave Free's latest directing foray sees him swapping his usual Little Homies partner Kendrick Lamar for Jack Begert, to tell a hard-boiled, Coens-esque tale of bungled criminal enterprise for Jay Rock's OSOM, featuring J Cole.
London-based directing duo Broken Antenna return to action with this slow stroll along the boardwalk at Coney Island, intercut with snatches of super-colourful Super 8mm, for the mesmerizing, narcoleptic flow of Trellion.
Collaborating again with Kav – guesting on this track for Robson – Martin J Pickering directed this cinematic performance-based video.
Shot by Mark Pickering, on the Movi Pro rig, in and around the Barbican and the back streets of Shoreditch, the video has striking, contrasting visuals of brutalist architecture and colourful urban graffitied streets.
Vietnamese superstar Min transforms into multiple charismatic characters all over Paris - all in order to catch the attention of a beautiful boy.
Django Django head out on a trek into the unknown in Jed Hart's impressively epic video for Marble Skies.
The four flag-bearing bandmembers are on a journey through a hostile desert wilderness, one that takes them into a surprising place. And ultimately they find they can change the weather, to suit the songtitle - even in the desert.
Rianne White, director of recent videos for Young Fathers, Moss Kena, Polo, The Proclaimers and Gilligan Moss, has joined Partizan’s for representation for music videos and commercials.
The latest in a series of deliciously minimalist videos for Unknown Mortal Orchestra by New Zealand-born and Sydney-based animation director Greg Sharp.
But in this one something big is going to happen, surely...
KLVDR takes us to a dark and mysterious English stately home for Steel Banglez’s Your Lovin' - with Banglez surveying a bank of monitors amid the crumbling grandeur of the place.
In Sil Van Der Woerd and Jorik Dozy's extraordinary, hugely resonant video for Novo Amor a man walks along the ocean floor surveying the wonder of marine life, from sea turtle to gigantic manta ray. But then he encounters the scourge of the natural world - one plastic bag, that then becomes many.