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The Ben Marshall-directed video for Solomon Grey's Twilight tells the story of a man who is trying desperately to escape the difficult life he was born into.
Sam Smith's theme for the latest James Bond film Spectre has been released with this ultra-slick video by Luke Monaghan, featuring exclusive clips from the film as well as cinematic shots of the singer performing on some of the film's most stunning locations in Rome.
Gavin James' song 22 was already a tearjerking little tune... and now its been paired with this heartbreaking video by Feel Good Lost, aka Brendan Canty.
As Meridian Dan talks a good game in Hot For Me Now, pointing out how hard he's worked to get people's attention, Konstantin Ermakov shows just what it takes with a loose narrative accompanying the rapper's performance about a young street footballer perfecting his skills - and suffering numerous setbacks and bouts of self-doubt along the way.
Director Jak O'Hare has delivered this polished, nicely-shot video for 14-year-old Youtube sensation Jasmine Thompson, following a story of a young couple struggling to stay together and make ends meet.
Simon Reichel has patched together this flashy clip for German rappers Genetikk. The video's got a lot going on and sees a jumble of layered visuals of the masked rap group boasting their skater/hip-hop lifestyle.
NY-based fashion photographer and director Sarah McColgan has delivered Little Mix's Love Me Like You, a cheesy but amusing video set in an American high-school Fall homecoming dance.
Director/DoP Filip Zaluska has created this intriguing, dramatic clip for Polish electronic artist Rysy's The Fib, employing an optical effect that drives the narrative.
Jack King has directed this great narrative number for Aquilo's Good Girl, which tells the story of a young female missionary who sets out with her partner to spread the good word but soon encounters the temptations of the outside world.
Jamie XX, Young Thug, and Popcaan perform I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times) in the video directed by Rollo Jackson. And as it checks out, it does seem their life is pretty damn good...
The Camerimage 2015 Music Videos Competition line-up has been announced. 20 music videos have been selected and nominated for the Best Music Video and Best Cinematography in a Music Video awards, from over 400 submissions and recommendations from all over the world.