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Miley Cyrus displays her devotion to Elvis Presley by becoming a version of the King himself, but in a parallel universe that's very 'Diamond' Diane Martel and Miley.
Two young girls pack their bags and head off on an adventure, in Mark Staubach's new video for Beth Ditto.
As he explains below, he was inspired by Beth talking about her best friend growing up and their experiences, to tell his story of two girls who have their reasons for escaping - at least for a while.
Simon Reichtel's intimate and erotic portrayal of the start of a relationship is counterpointed by shots of German rapper Ron in his bedroom studio, shot on 16mm by Rina Yang.
A totally unhinged spoof Western from Melbourne director Danny Cohen, featuring the best whistling solo of the year (new MVAs category?) and Aussie legend Jimmy Barnes as a spirit guide with a particular way with words. Stay for the credits!
Joel Kefali makes the most of James Murphy's distinctive thinking-man's take on dance music in the video for LCD Soundsystem's tonite.
Set in the smokey, neon atmosphere of an underground party, Silent Tapes presents us with a performance piece for Taya filled with purple hues and ferns.
Worldwide Production Agency, leading representatives of film production professionals – including producers, cinematographers and production designers – are the latest company to partner with the UK Music Video Awards 2017.
It's the second year that WPA are sponsoring the Best Producer award at the UKMVAs, and their third year in succession as sponsors overall.
A bunch of city kids set up camp in a former munitions factory, and start acting like weirdos in Ciaran Lyons' video for The Ninth Wave.
This is a psychedelia-tinged surreal drama shot on 16mm, and something of a departure from the prolific Lyons' recent run of work featuring pixellated action and comedy.
Tony Kaye strips back a storyline of a grieving photographer, played by Tye Sheridan (Mud, and the upcoming X-Men: Dark Phoenix), and then removes every superfluous element from London Grammar's performance to make a mesmerizing and beautiful video for Oh Woman Oh Man.
The first of two videos that Savanah Leaf has directed for Mabel in Lisbon has her enjoying a night out in a club and having a close encounter with her co-star Kojo Funds for Finders Keepers, before heading off with her mates as dawn breaks.
Starting with a landscape shot on a thermal imaging camera, directing team Broken Antenna add elements that make it completely alien, all relating to the title of Toddla T's new track.
The central character of the video for South East England fourpiece Kid Kapichi's Waster is a real piece of work. And all his bad behaviour in this punchy directing debut by James Green builds to a dark payoff.