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Joe Marcantonio has created a sexy fantasy story with bite for TC's Everything For A Reason: a salaryman discovers a gateway to paradise and the gorgeous babe of his dreams (wearing the smallest bikini in the history of music videos) by taking a dunk in his bath.
The fith episode from iamamiwhoami's audiovisual series BLUE directed by Wave.
The video for Talinn-based Evestus's No God is an atmospheric, extravagantly styled and art directed work by the Estonian industrial rock star's regular collaborator – talented photographer, director and virtually one-woman film crew, Grete 'Stitch' Laus.
Legendary Frankie Goes To Hollywood singer Holly Johnson's new single In And Out Of Love - almost 30 years on from Frankie's The Power Of Love – has inspired a heartwarmer of a music video directed by Chris Shepherd focussing on the timeless fun generated by that precursor of the selfie, the photo booth.
Zack Spiger went to Ibiza to shoot a NOWNESS-commissioned film for The Dove & The Wolf's The Words You Said, and the upshot is a stunningly beautiful video - arguably one of the most seductive videos ever made on the island.
Some of the best directors making music videos had their work featured at BUG 44 on September 12th – including Hiro Murai, Martin de Thurah, Nabil, Daniel Wolfe and Sophie Muller - in the show hosted at the BFI Southbank by the wonderfully witty Mark Watson.
Stevie Russell's video for Speed Of Snakes' Backbone Of Night - the new band comprised of Rupert Morris (BATS) and Vin McCreith (Adebisi Shank) – depicts a future Dublin where a beautiful female robot (Teodora Sutra) is programmed for prostitution. But then she acquires human consciousness - and seeks revenge upon her abusers...
Mighty Oaks' lead singer Ian Hooper takes a long, long walk in Paul Gerwien's video for Seven Days. Is he trying to make it back to the love of his life - or putting as much distance as possible between them?
It's a widescreen, reflective piece – shot in black and white in contrasting rural and urban landscapes in Serbia - that goes well with rolling folk-pop mood of the song.
My Favourite New Year's Eve is the debut single from Japan-based British band 1Eyedman. The video, directed by Daniel Janes, is a woozy candy-coloured delight in which a man's humdrum life is rejuvenated after his visit to a mysterious neon realm - actually God's Own Junkyard in Walthamstow - where he meets the Neon Queen of his dreams, played by Margaux Billard...
After the massive success of Summer, perhaps it's no surprise that Calvin Harris and Emil Nava have chosen to stick with the formula, delivering Calvin and singing co-star John Newman amid a platoon of feminine beauty in the big, sexy, sliclyounted production for Blame.
Kaz Ove has directed a meticulous reconstruction of the 'never got me down' fight scene from Raging Bull for soul singer Christian Gregory's Won't Get Nowhere - with great work by DoP Chris Clarke.
Harry Cauty and his team set up shop in a large industrial space for this dynamic promo for Meridian Dan's One Two Drinks.
Beatifully lit and shot by DP Sy Turnbull, Harry turns the grotty shipping yard and its huge ugly containers into something magical and cinematic – driven by a maverick performance from Dan and his crew...