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An exotic girl and a handsome backpacker experience a series of chance encounters against the idyllic backdrop of Cape Town, South Africa - but are we being told the whole story?
Sashinski's feelgood video for Jonas Blue's Perfect Strangers puts a welcome twist on a story of traveller love.
The first deadline for entries to Homespun Yarns 2016 - the third annual short filmmaking competition by Homespun, the music video and short film division of Stitch Editing - is fast approaching, with the ideas for films to be submitted to the competition by next Thursday, 30th June.
This striking video for UK hip hop artist ATO is Liam Zhang and Hannah Knight's first as a duo, set in a smog-choked industrial dystopia, with a population frozen by hopelessness and fear...
Filmed in eight days across three continents, director Ross Stirling and DoP Nick Gillespie travelled a total of 53,000 miles in order to capture Mumford & Sons, Baaba Maal, The Very Best and Beatenberg - all the musicians who collaborated on the mini-album Johannesburg.
Let's not mince words here: Helmi has made an incredibly brutal video and mission statement for French rapper Ichon.
Crooked Cynics has delivered this wacky video for Dutch record producer Vato Gonzalez and London grime artist Doctor, which sees the two artists vibing to their catchy dance track around East Ham Market - while simultaneously overseeing a bingo game for the elderly. It's nuts. And what better way to end the day's proceedings than with a dance party?
The world is dark, cultish and cutthroat place in Temptress' video for Lies, directed by Fred Rowson.
Make sure you full-screen this one! Animator and director Gemma Yin Taylor has created some awesome, raw visuals in this high-powered video for Vant's Karma Seeker.
A year in the making, this animated video by Boston-based visual artist and musician TJ Reynolds is truly remarkable.
The new video for Bloom Twins' Amnesia plays up to and contrasts their identical features in this minimal, conceptual performance directed by Francis Wallis.