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Daniel Wolfe's long-awaited first feature Catch Me Daddy finally reaches UK cinemas at the end of February, and this gripping new trailer for the movie suggests that the qualities that made him Britain's best music video director is about to put him in the top rank of British film directors.
Italian band Heymen put in a very acrobatic performance in Scott Altman's eye-catching promo for If I Play Your Game.
Scott's video features the band in morphsuits - which they specifically chose themselves to 'differentiate each of the four band members' and a limited edition Hesketh 24 motorcycle - the first to be produced by Hesketh in 30 years - ridden by, erm, a gorilla...
For the joyous gospel nature of Petite Meller's Baby Love, AT Mann and Napoleon Habeica travel to Kenya for their surreal and upbeat video, complete with a pair of roaming giraffes, dancing schoolkids and a herd of pink flamingoes...
Mihai Wilson & Marcella Moser of WeWereMonkeys, best known for their hugely successful promos for Of Monsters And Men, get together with pop-beats artist Dawn Richard to create the awesome video for Tide: The Paradox Effect.
Luke Jacobs is best known as a DoP – in particular for his work on director Josh Cole's videos for Rudimental and others. But now Luke has taken the plunge as a director himself, helming his debut video for London-based production trio Disciples' They Don't Know.
Over the past couple of years, 25 year old Jake Scott has steadfastly refused to allow the fact he shares his name with a well-known director to distract from him becoming one of the most sought-after young DoPs in British music videos.
Adam Powell and crew head out to the Californian desert for fun and frolics with Charli XCX and Rita Ora for the promo to Doing It.
From the pink pick-up truck to Charli's striped bell-bottoms, to grandpa's hideous speedos... the glamourous duo camp it up for the cameras like a tongue-in-cheek Thelma and Louise...
Years & Years - who recently topped BBC Radio 1's Sound Of 2015 poll - release their new single King, ahead of their hugely anticipated debut album later this year.
It's not quite Planet Of The Apes, and it's not quite Breaking Bad. But Dori Oskowitz's video for DJ Snake's makeover of AlunaGeorge's You Know You Like It is the tale of a guy with the looks to make it into the former, and the motivation that would pass muster in the latter.
In his video for Bears Den's Think Of England, Gareth Phillips layers high contrast images within a black void (photographed by Sam Heasman) to create a graphic montage of the band's performance of the song.
Luke Monaghan takes the subject matter of Rudimental and Sam Smith collaborator Jimmy Napes' solo effort Give It Up as his jumping-off point for a story of a young man in Las Vegas, where his addictive pursuits come at an increasingly heavy price.