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Long-running annual Super 8mm film competition straight 8 has launched it's 2018 challenge, inviting "anyone, anywhere" to make a short film on a single cartridge of Super 8mm cine film, with no retakes, no editing and no post-production.
Packed with her trademark graceful choreographic wit, Mimi Cave reunites with long-term collaborator Vance Joy in this plaintive and haunting study of grief and mourning for We're Going Home.
Superorganism came together on the internet, from all over the world, so it's appropriate that New Zealand bandmember 'Robert Strange' (aka Blair Everson) has made a video for the band that's all about the internet.
Owlle gazes from her swish apartment onto a nighttime cityscape with flames in the distance - flames that swiftly encroach into her home.
Thibaut Grevet's video for the French singer has the aura of a bad dream, where fear is suspended, but just around the corner. And it's always an achingly gorgeous-looking bad dream.
Jack Whiteley's new video for Young Fathers presents itself initially as a recognisable sub-genre of the medium - beautifully-shot, tastefully art directed, evocative and 'artistic'. And then it begins to strip away at the artifice.
Bob Gallagher's video for Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker portrays Clarke in a surprising way - her mellifluous voice is characterised as the world's greatest cure for insomnia.
Allie Avital travelled to rural Bulgaria with Hundred Waters' Nicole Miglis to create a striking collision of old and new for the euphoric alt-pop of Wave To Anchor.
Elliott Sellers' gorgeously trippy take on Cults' Right Words, Natural State comes in two distinct chapters of unreality.
DoP-turned-director Kristof Brandl won an MVA last year for his first video for Charlotte Cardin. That was intense, but it was just a prelude to this extraordinarily powerful work for Cardin's The Kids.
Felix Brady has achieved an ingenious snapshot of London life for Col3trane.
Andrew Donoho teams up with Jai Wolf once again to create this touching video centring around themes of loss and nostalgia within the imagination of a child for Starlight.
Drew Cox returns to promos with this complelling solo effort for French alternative band Poumon, shot in the narrow streets of old Bordeaux.