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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.
Murder, space travel and neon city scapes... Dawid Krepski's promo for French rapper Nekfeu's Egerie pays homage to French Cinema, 80's movies and a hint of Kanye West's Flashing Lights...
Set against a muscular studio performance from the group, Dan Coffey's tense promo for Give Me The Fear by Watford band/singer Matt Mure - is a 'subtle comment on modern narcissism', documenting a young man as he gets ready for a dangerous meet...
There have been various videos based on classic movie posters, and numerous vids have been inspired by the Blaxploitation movie genre. And it seems that at some point or another Snoop Dogg must have done one or the other. Well, now he's definitely done both, and surely nailed it for good.
Montreal-based director Kevin Calero concocts a striking dance piece for singer-songwriter Béatrice Martin, better known by her stage name Cœur de Pirate, for Oublie-Moi (Carry On).
That's partly down to the location - a castle-like ruin transformed into an amphitheatre for the expressive choreography of Nico Archimbault and Wynn Holmes, performed by Béatrice with Sam Colbey.
The Bloody Beetroots have released their first music video for their new musical side-project SBCR: a dark action-thriller which traverses a seedy, urban underworld as an intimidatingly hench anti-hero goes on a quest for vengeance.
Stylish and mesmerising, this video for TroyBoi's No Substitute by Youness Benali showcases some excellent pop n' lock hip-hop dancing, quick, rythmic editing and sparce lighting with effects done in-camera. An elegant, captivating fit for all the hip-hop fans out there.