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Paul Dugdale is a master director of live performance, and he's delivered this video of Mumford & Sons' performance of their track The Wolf, capturing the raw energy of the band, and their on-stage dynamic.
Nash Edgerton, who did a great job with the action-packed (and violent) video for Bob Dylan's Duquesne Whistle a couple of years ago, has reunited with the great man to bring film-noir back to life for The Night We Called It A Day – from Dylan's unexpected Frank Sinatra tribute album Shadows in the Nig
Everything is peaceful and idyllic in Sonja Rohleder's beautifully designed motion graphic video for German band Keimzeit's Junges Blut (Young Blood). But in turn, each countryside scene is affected by a cataclysmic act of God - a meteor strike, a giant wave, a hurricane...
Pulse Films has appointed Sarah Park to the position of Exective Producer: Music Videos in the company's LA office.
Darren Craig, Jonathan Craven and Jeff Nicholas of The Uprising Creative have created their second music video for Rihanna, following 2013's What Now. This time, for American Oxygen, they present US history using stock footage of famous and infamous moments.
Norwegian chanteuse Gabrielle teams up with director Kristoffer Klunk for this futuristic short film to partner her gorgeous, heavily sound-designed single Mer.
Klunk's adventurous cinematic treat sees three hooded explorers out on a desolte, rocky and frozen landscape, collecting discarded valubles and trinkets only to see their ship explode in mid air...
Craig Moore and Ella Eyre head off to Barcelona for this energetic promo to Ella's new single Together.
Craig's carefree, youthful video - which harnesses the electric, sun-drenched vibe of the city - sees Ella getting kidnapped by her friends and pushed through downtown Barca in a trolley...
MusicVidFest, the UK music video conference that launched on the day of the UK Music Video Awards last November, is organising a series of seminars in the coming months - starting with an event called 'What does music want from music video?', to be held at the BFI Southbank on Wednesday May 6th.
David M. Helman has delivered this beautifully shot and gorgeously-paced video for up-and-coming British singer Shura's track 2shy.
Featuring subtle video effects such as solar eclipses and unmoving birds caught in mid-flight, the video conjures up a surreal, timeless atmosphere that is perfectly paired with the gentle, melancholic track.