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Arni & Kinski tell a tale of rekindled romance with the unlikeliest of methods in their engaging new video for JP Cooper.
Greg & Lio join Jain in South Africa for a mind-bogglingly fun performance, which attempts to cram in as many cool VFX ideas that it possibly can in three and a half minutes.
David Strindberg (Vitamin, Cinnamon Chasers) has teamed up Josefin Malmen to create the new directing duo BABYBABY, and their first video together is this VFX-warped piece for Swedish artist CHINA.
Luke Davies teams up with grime group Monster Florence in a menacing, cool performance video.
Sadie Dupuis (aka Sad13) teams up with Isabel Farrington to give us a 90s dancercise lesson in consent for 'Get A Yes'.
Greg Barnes directs a three-track live film for artists Patten on Warp Records in part collaboration with Red Bull.
David M. Helman collaborates again with James Vincent McMorrow on this moody, subtle character study.
Shot in Mexico and London, the new White Lies video by the Mexican director David Pablos takes us to the same place - the bedroom. But what happens there is not entirely what we might expect.
Ice rinks, like Minnesota, are cold, so naturally Lil Yachty’s new video for Minnesota takes place at a skating rink.
Duncan Guymer develops a disturbing but fascinating idea in his video for rock outfit Bad Sign's Intermission - a gut-wrenchingly violent encounter between a man and a woman, in which both individuals are invisible to the other.
Icelandic directing team Helgi&Hörður's new video Both Eyes On You for Audunn Lúthersson aka Auður (pronounced 'Author') expands on the song’s subject matter, tackling the ups and downs of romance through choreographed vignettes of couples, both together and apart, exploring their devotion to each other and the strange pain of separation.
Justice take a victory lap with a robot butler and Susan Sarandon in this instantly iconic clip.
With the opening featuring an almost-pornographic car polishing sequence, this stylish video from Pascal Teixeira has a minimal, clean colour palette and glorious shots of American desert roads as Sarandon takes the Justice boys out for a spin.