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Art director Laura Weaver takes a humorous look at her contemporaries in her directing debut for Club Cheval's Young Rich And Radical. She turns their vices into an irreverent anti-drugs and alcohol campaign, using style and visual puns rather than shock tactics. So just say no, young man...
Tel Aviv-based animation director Uri Lotan has worked on movies for Disney, Pixar and Sony - including Hotel Transylvania 2. Now he's created this delightful promo for Israeli artist Jane Bordeaux's song Ma'agalim, creating a world of activity around a wooden figure in an old penny arcade.
Japanese candy-pop gets a jaw-dropping treatment by Hideyuki Tanaka, in which Kyary Pamyu Pamyu (of Pon Pon Pon fame) is a stick-armed giant toy drummer girl in a storage room full of mini delivery boy astonauts... or something.
Following the money has been the subject of TV shows and documentaries, and now it's the theme of the absorbing video for South London singer Rukhsana Merrise's Mon£y.
Of all the contagious things in the world, laughter is probably one of the better things to catch. Second would probably be an infectiously memorable song, but according to Miles Bingham that can lead to some very strange consequences.
Nadia's video for Where The Hell Are My Friends by American trio LANY sees vocalist Paul Klein search room after room for somebody who moves within the same frequencies as himself. Told through a stylish dichotomy of red and blue, we see a frustrating world in which Klein is allowed to move only when the world freezes around him and vice versa.
Following a day in the life of an 84 year old man (played by Steve Whiteley, aka Offkey Steve) living in a care home, who is not yet quite ready to grow old.
A small boy escapes the shadow of domestic abuse by creating his own Private Idaho, deep in the woods, in Tom Gorst's video for Prose's Home Of The Brave.
Simon Willows makes a very welcome return to music videos with his promo for Tough Love's latest pop-house anthem, and gives an essential but mundane part of daily life a very enjoyable graphic makeover.
The British-born, LA-based producer Gabriels has recently released this powerful self-directed video for his track Amethyst: a grainy, monochromatic glimpse into a skinhead's self-destructive life.
This raw, stripped-back performance of Pleasure channels the intensity and passion of Formation lead singer Will Ritson - and his nice tattoos. It was directed by Jackson Ducasse together with the other half of the funk-pop-rock outfit, and Will's brother, Matt Ritson.