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The Rolling Stones make a triumphant return to the world of music video with the help of Francois Rousselet in the high-octane Ride 'Em On Down.
New Division signing William Laboury has made an auspicious debut video for Bonnie Banane - as unsettling as it is beautiful.
For a start the object of Bonnie's affections is a thing of weird beauty: a wax-like male dummy, created for medical purposes. Then things take a grisly turn, revealing the dummy's anatomical correctness. A very stylish and sexy horrorshow.
Two latex-clad female bodies intertwine in Laura Marling's self-directed video for Soothing, an intimate dance performance choreographed by Alexander Green which turns out to be less private than it first appears.
Hélène Jeudy and Antoine Caëcke (aka Geriko) create an incredible science fiction universe in their jaw dropping black and white animation for Lorn.
Loyle Carner's new video The Isle Or Arran directed by Georgia Hudson focuses on the relationship fathers have with their children. It sees the South Londoner taking a stroll around a surreal hospital ward, ending up with a group of young fathers with their babies.
After her viral success with protest song Kelmti Horra that soundtracked the Tunisian revolution, Emel Mathlouthi returns with a powerful clip courtesy of Allie Avital.
Finding comfort elsewhere is key to the narrative of Natalie Neal's video for Ladonnis.
Told through a mixture of footage shot on a Red Epic and in Photobooth, we follow a young woman who gets into an argument on her birthday, leaving both parties to look elsewhere to make the best of a bad situation.
Defunct Films have signed directors Robert Cairns and Neon Kiss to their director's roster.
Starting with a range of beautifully colour-coded and symmetrically-arranged dinners, its obvious that the art direction here is going to be good. But its true purpose is soon revealed.
Melanie C has released her latest track Dear Life, now paired with these lovely, melancholic visuals directed by David East.
It sees an impassioned performance by the former Spice Girl, lit by home movie projections set against a sequence where a couple explore the city together, uncertain about the future of their love.
A dreamy, gorgeous looking, summertime mood piece dances into life for Fickle Friends, courtesy of Charlotte Rutherford - who is now signed to Agile Films for commercial and music video production in the UK and USA.