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We recruited an all-female panel of leading music video professionals to take part in a survey looking at the effect of the resurgence of feminism on music videos. In the first half of our survey, we asked our panel what impact they thought that feminism was having on the way music videos are being made now, post-Blurred Lines.
This music video for Twinsmith's Said And Done by Gabriel Younes is a reworking of the classic horror film trope, playing alongside lighthearted pop music to create an unsettling effect.
Ollie Wolf has delivered this clever deconstruction of music video cliché shot in the small port town of Cadaques, Spain for Josef Salvat's song Open Season.
The entry deadline for over 30 categories at the UK Music Video Awards 2015 has been extended from tomorrow, (Wednesday, August 5th) to next Tuesday, August 11th.
That means there's now one week to enter the UK Music Video Awards 2015, from today August 4th. All work must be uploaded to the judging platform by midnight in the UK (BST) on the 11th.
Sam Pilling directed this music video with short film qualities for rising R&B star Dornik's song Drive.
Directed by Markus Schroder, Eliza and the Bear's new video for Lion's Heart sees the band performing on the outskirts of a foggy maze. However, our attention is drawn to a young woman inside the maze as she attempts to navigate her way through it, haunted by ghostly figures and faces in the hedges.
Get ready to watch a band of very handsome, well-dressed English fellows look off camera. A lot.
Kyoto Garden is a fashion/music video made in collaboration with Topman and directors Never Ending Fun. Shot in a fancy botanical garden and released last month as part of the open shoot CAMPAIGN, it features clothing from the brand's new higher end Autumn/Winter 2015 range.
Bec Sandridge performs the emotionally powerful song In The Fog, In The Flame while a baton twirler battles her way through a practice session coming out on top. Hendry successfully captures the emotional ups and downs of life in a simple and ultimately feel-good way alongside a strong performance from the artist.
Sunny July has come and gone, leaving us with the difficult task of selecting our favourite videos for our monthly round-up. Whether it was hot-topic promos like Rihanna's Bitch, Better Have My Money or cinematic dramas such as Kendrick Lamar's Alright or U2's Song For Someone, there was definitely lots of great videos to choose from.
South African rapper Jack Parow has released this music vid for his new single Never Gonna Grow Up.
The fun-loving clip sees the rapper with a crew of rebellious kids getting high on soda, robbing a convenience store of cash and candy, and having a big night out.
Pop-grunge two piece and directing duo Bro - made up of JG Harding & Garth Lee Vickers - have created a humorous, action-packed homage to retro games set to the first track from their debut EP.
David Gilmour's new single Rattle That Lock has been paired with this epic animated music video, the result of a fruitful collaboration between legendary creative director and graphic designer Aubrey Powell of Hipgnosis and directors Alasdair + Jock's team at Trunk Animations.