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In her second take on a Disney classic, Sasha Rainbow delivers a Hollywood musical-styled promo for Ben L'Oncle's reading of Etre Un Homme Comme Vous (I Want To Be Like You) from Jungle Book.
Powered by some nifty choreography, the feel-good video sees Ben performing with a jazz band as the 1967 iconic film plays on the big screen behind.
In the first of two promos, Sasha Rainbow puts her unique twist on a Disney classic in the video for Un Jour Mon Prince Viendra (Some Day My Prince Will Come) by French chanteuse Elodie Frégé.
Sasha uses footage from Snow White as a backdrop whilst Elodie performs inside of a glass case, with a very Disney-esque orchestra in silhouette.
Tom Haines's film for Jon Hopkins' Collider has a hard act to follow, coming after the epic award-winning video for Hopkins' Open Eye Signal. There's a similar focus on one individual, and photography once again by the redoubtable Steve Annis - who won the best cinematography award at the UKMVAs in October for his work on Open Eye Signal. Unlike that Aoife McArdle-directed video, this is a far
The last BUG shows of the year presented another programme of marvellous music videos - and Ian Pons Jewell was special guest at the premiere of BUG 40 at the BFI Southbank on November 28th.
Following his forest-set video for singer-songwriter Tom Odell, Magnus Hardner's video for Say Lou Lou's Better In The Dark is a rather more glamourous affair, but like the Odell video it also reveals a dark side.
Taken from her new Britney Jean album, Joseph Kahn reveals a softer side to Britney Spears than of late, in his promo for her ballad Perfume.
Although initially portrayed as a vulnerable lover, Britney shows a cunning side as she marks her territory by dousing herself in perfume so that her rival will smell it on her boyfriend...
Oregan 12-piece Typhoon release their alt-rocking Young Fathers and enlist Ben Fee for this idiosyncratic charmer of a promo.
Set in a forest, Ben's video documents a young boy (played by Noah McNamara) and his strange friend out on a 'treasure hunting walkabout, looking for a transformative cocoon'...
A new David Bowie video by Tom Hingston, the new Chase & Status by Josh Cole, the new London Grammar by Andre Chocron, Christmas Robbie by Chris Sweeney, the new Lorde, pushing that scary black lipstick look, by Young Replicant - and the great video for Rap God by Rich Lee where Eminem plays Max Headroom. And frankly no-one saw that coming...
Miley Cyrus couldn't muster a Grammy nomination for either of her big videos of the year, but have no fear - they are top of the pile in terms of worldwide views on VEVO this year.
Charles De Meyer, the director and animator also occasionally known as Chuck Eklectric, has created a intriguing video for Swiss DJ Deetron's Rhythm - featuring vocals by Ben Westbeech (Breach) - which charts the crucial moments in the lives of a couple in the aftermath of a huge fight.