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Selena Gomez has a thing for Selena Gomez, but there's no way it'll happen because Selena Gomez only has eyes for Selena Gomez in Jesse Peretz video for... well, honestly I forget who.
Oliver Jennings delivers another hit video for Yungen's Bestie, featuring Yxng Bane. Jennings and crew travelled to Dubai for a week-long, intense shoot, managing to capture the beauty the Emirate with a hint of madness: quad bikes, G Wagons, kids drifting...
One-take videos are no longer a rarity, that's for sure. And that's probably why the element of jeopardy that was associated with them, that sense of something momentous happening in real time, is not a given any more. But Jake Schreier's video for Haim's Want You Back aspires to be a modern-day Unfinished Sympathy.
Aaron Beckum directs this heartbreaker for Grandaddy, starring Jonah Ray of Mystery Science Theatre 3000 and an insistent office chair.
French team Parachutes succinctly explore how familar elements of the thriller - a masked killer, slain young women – are translatable through different cinematic styles, for Paris sextet L'Impératrice.
Meet the world's worst mailman. This guy seems incapable of doing his job properly – but has a lot of fun (not) doing it.
Nor does his utterly irresponsible behaviour go down too well in his particular part of suburbia - until he hooks up with RAC to deliver a rocking guitar solo on I Still Wanna Know, bringing the party to the neighbourhood.
The story so far: It's May, and there's a three day music video festival going on in Berlin. Our man in the German capital, Luke Bather has thoroughly checked out the first two days of screenings and awards-giving. It's been hot and sticky (sound familiar?), and it's been interesting. Could it get even stickier, and more interesting? Yes, it certainly could...
Taking inspiration from the title of the track and the concept of the new Public Service Broadcasting album, They Gave Me A Lamp reflects on the history of coal mining communities in the UK.
Hugo Jenkins' clip for Dusseldorf-based duo Grandbrothers is a stream-of-conscious study of memory, family and spirituality.
Savvas Stavrou directs a beautiful, emotive one-take clip for Metaxas.
Daniel Brown's video for Odesza follows an unlikely friendship in a post-singularity dystopia.
The tenth UK Music Video Awards, dedicated to celebrating the best work in music videos from the UK and around the world, has launched today (June 21st).