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Barnaby Laws, UK managing director of Worldwide Production Agency, will be delivering the keynote speech at the third annual MusicVidFest - the all-day conference dedicated to all things music video – at the BFI Southbank on Wednesday November 9th.
Greg Brunkalla's new video for The Avalanches is a '70s New York throwback full of heart and soul, that observes the aesthetics of the movies of the time, then gives it a slight contemporary tweak.
British alternative rock band Bear's Den have released this tongue-in-cheek but strangely gripping video for Dew On The Vine directed by Louis Bhose, set around a high stakes, closed doors ping-pong tournament.
Layla Atkinson and her team at Trunk have created an impressive labour of love for folk legend Shirley Collins's Pretty Polly.
Lacey Duke puts a bright 'n breezy spin on some of hip hop's abiding staples. There's partying, women dancing, and cash money flying about. But this is also the world of Big Baby D.R.A.M., a perma-grinning rapper in a pink tracksuit, featuring fluttering accent animations and little girls selling homemade lemonade.
Young Caviar director Thomas Ralph is the winner of Homespun Yarns 2016 in association with Wave Studios - for his poignant short documentary treatment for Lyves's track Darkest Hour.
Writer and director Edward John Drake has delivered this entertaining sci-fi clip for Tommy Trash and Taisun's IOUE, involving a virus-like app that turns people into drone-like beings who are out to convert others and trigger societal collapse
Michael LeBlanc's first effort as a standalone director following the end of his directing partnership with Scott Cudmore came out a few months ago. Shot in Romania, with camerawork by LeBlanc himself, it's a story of a young villager with very special powers.
David Magnier has directed these dramatic visuals about a love gone awry for four-piece indie pop band Causes' Sinking Ship.
Gareth Phillips and The Japanese House head to Tenerife for this gorgeous, golden video.
Using the incredible island landscapes from ground level combined with glorious, sweeping drone shots, Phillips highlights a distance between the onscreen duo. A great combination of incredible locations and great natural lighting really help to highlight the bittersweet feelings of the track.
Maroon 5 are having a miserable time being famous in this star-studded clip. Featuring cameos from Ed Helms, Sarah Silverman and Vince Vaughn, David Dobkin's light-hearted and colourful video sees Maroon 5 (although mostly Adam Levine) struggle to cope with life as objects of people's adoration.