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In a repeat of their successes at this year's UK Music Video Awards, Robbie Ryan has won Best Cinematography In A Music Video for his work on the Daniel Wolfe-directed video for Paolo Nutini's Iron Sky (above), and the DANIELS-directed video for DJ Snake & Lil Jon's Turn Down For What has won Best Music Video, at Camerimage 2014.
New York-based filmmaker Andrey Trevgoda tells a twisted love story through the series of metaphorical images set to Jordan Laz's Blaze, combining experimental collage animation and conventional film techniques carefully laid out in a one continuous and progressing cartoonish world. It stars Jordan Laz and Alexandra Hulslander, who is also the featured female vocalist.
Long-time collaborators director Nicola Mills and producer Astrid Edwards team up to make this engaging short film in London and the wilds of Suffolk for Ex-Galliano frontman William Adamson to partner his track Flatlands, released this week on Gilles Peterson's Brownswood Recordings label.
Brendan Canty and Conal Thompson - aka Feel Good Lost - deliver an excellent and powerful short film for Fyfe's moving and emotional ballad Holding On.
Dealing with such a sensitve subject, the cast deliver great performances with lead Patrick Sheehan shining particularly bright in his debut acting role...
How often do we get a genuine 'how did they do that?' video? Not so often these days. But it's the inescapable question watching CANADA's video for She & Him's Stay Awhile.
Britsh house duo Dusky look to director Charlie Robins for the promo to their retro, piano-led anthem Yoohoo.
Charlie brings the band's love of 90's rave flyers to life with this surreal animated video full of swiriling piano keyboards, lasers and nimble, long-legged creatures roaming the digital landscape...
After their recent videos for Timber Timbre and Alt-J, Michael Leblanc and Scott Cudmore are definitely on a roll. Their intriguing video for Belle & Sebastian's Party Line - taken from their forthcoming new album Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance – is fine indeed.
As befits an electronic artist as artistically pure as Clark, Chris Hewitt's visual interpretation of Winter Linn is an hypnotic and uncompromising experiment. Interpreting the album’s vision of 'music-like sculpture', Chris has manipulated three dimensional images of organic life, juxtaposed with religious icons, frenetically viewed through 360 degrees, taking the viewer on a journey from bir
Take That give a fabulous tongue-in-cheek performance in Henry Scholfield's hugely enjoyable promo for the band's new single These Days.
The ever-evolving in-camera 'one shot' visual treat is pure pop and showcases Scholfield's flair for meticulous choreography and clever production design. Excellent.
Andrew Donoho's promo for Coasts' anthemic A Rush Of Blood documents a group of young fun-loving 'train hoppers' in South Eastern America experiencing freedom and recklessness in equal measure.
Focusing on a kid who leaves his life behind to travel with the gang, Donoho charts the story of a nomadic community that moves from city to city in search of kicks and new experiences.