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Patrick Killingbeck delivers a crime drama in neo-noir visuals for Gold Lake's Lovers, from their debut album release Years. A Bonnie and Clyde pull off an elaborate scam over a crime lord who's certainly no gent. You can tell that by the way he treats his butler...
Tickets are available now for a special fundraising Christmas party in memory of the late Barry Wasserman, the legendary 1st assistant director who died earlier this year, and raising money for a charity picked by his family.
The combination of Skrillex and Nabil Elderkin has resulted in everything you might hope for - a balls-to-the-wall, all-action, white-knuckle ride of a music video for the unsubtle Fuck Th#t, where even the hero is really quite a bad boy.
Cameron Duddy and Bruno Mars harness the party atmosphere perfectly in Mark Ronson and Mr Mars' tune Uptown Funk with this fun and tongue-in-cheek romp.
Matthew Connell directs the promo to People by Essex four-piece Youth Club, shot over one day in the autumn sunshine in the band's hometown of Southend-On-Sea (yes, those are real palm trees).
Matthew's a day-in-the-life style video sees group surrounded by the seaside, vintage cars, skateboards, friends, family and pets...
Continuing with a fruitful creative relationship with David Bowie, and following on from the 2013 anti-war video for I’d Rather Be High, Tom Hingston has directed the video for the Thin White Dukes' most recent effort, Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime).
Award-winning directing collective and animation studio M-I-E, renowned for their work in music videos for the likes of George Michael, Beyoncé, Faithless and Joey Bada$$, have now signed to Good Egg for music video and commercial representation.
Ian Pons Jewell takes the director's chair for the promo to Paolo Nutini's One Day, the latest single to be taken from his platinum album Caustic Love.
Megaforce's video for Brodinski ft SD's Can't Help Myself instantly draws you in with its deeply cinematic opening of a near-naked late middle-aged man walking through a deserted sub-city road tunnel.
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.