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The deadline for entries to the Music Videos Competition at the 26th anniversary edition of CAMERIMAGE, The International Film Festival Of The Art Of Cinematography is fast approaching.
The deadline for entries is July 31st 2018, with all submitted entries to be considered for nominations in two categories: Best Music Video and Best Cinematography in a Music Video.
The video for MJ Cole & Kojey Radical's Soak It Up, directed by Filmawi, is based on the idea of something supernatural happening in the context of a tragic occurance in everyday life, and turning it into something soulful and beautiful.
Favourite Colour: Black (Chris Turner) second video for new artist Alice is a highly stylised performance piece, with an undeniable retro feel, but with its foot still firmly in the 21st century.
Within a series of nicely art-directed setups, the combination of dim lighting and red luminescence adds to the atmospheric feel of the video.
Jake Jelicich's video for Australian singer Eves Karydas affectionately nods to the sultry music videos of the ’90s.
Elegant-yet-sexy outfits, striking colour choices, soft focus lenses, jolted time-delay shots – classic film clip maneouvres of the period are used in this circumstance to enhance the stylised, modern context of her song Couch.
The Decemberists have released a powerful new video for Once In My Life, directed by acclaimed director and photographer Autumn de Wilde, and starring her brother Jacob de Wilde.
The song is the lead track on the band’s eighth studio album I’ll Be Your Girl, which was released on Capitol Records this Spring.
Cloe Bailly directs a steamy video for summer track Paris Tropical for French band Minuit.
The film is set during a Parisian heatwave, where the intensity of the heat reaches comical levels. The track is from their debut album, ‘Vertigo’ and precedes their tour later this year.
Max Siedentopf - who recently joined Riff Raff Film's new talent department Nursery Of Evil – directs this bonkers new video for Dutch band De Likt.
Gerardo Naranjo, director of TV shows Narcos and The Bridge, has collaborated with Interpol to create a brilliantly experimental video for their track The Rover, from the upcoming sixth album.
Set in Compton, California, director Lil Internet creates a performance piece for Buddy that uses a persistent motif of aircraft, from a poignant paper airplane, to shots of him flying in a helicopter above the city. It's all about his relationship with his hometown, and his plan to succeed, because or in spite of it.
Dir. Lx has teamed up with Crazy Cousins to create a slick studio-set video for Feelings, adding to his burgeoning British hiphop repertoire.
The performance piece - featuring Yungen and M.O places the sole focus on the artists, with panning shots and flourescent lighting combining to create a simple yet highly stylised video.
Niall Trask pushes the envelope of old school video effects in his retina-scorching video for Phobophobes.
Shot on VHS and mashed up in the edit - using a hacked Radioshack video colour processor - Trask employs both digital and analogue techniques to create a completely warped performance video of Child Star, and blow the viewer's minds. Or at least induce a migraine.