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Fred Rowson's video for Bree Runway is an all-too-believeable story of exploitation of young female talent in the pop industry, with a righteous side-order of revenge.
Bree becomes the subject of a photo session with a top photographer, who uses his position to assert increasing levels of control, which ratchets into sexual abuse. But he has messed with the wrong girl.
Tickets went on sale this morning, September 26th, to BUG X, the show celebrating the 10th anniversary of BUG, the regular showcase of music video creativity at the BFI Southbank hosted by Adam Buxton.
PPL is the latest organisation to partner with the UK Music Video Awards 2017, sponsoring the award for Best Urban Video UK at the UKMVAs ceremony taking place next month.
Prolific Russian director Vasily Ovchinnikov's video for Aussie band Polykite explores the love between two young seamstresses in an unspecified past, that begins over the sewing machine and leads to the decidedly sensual use of a tape measure.
Tom Ringsby second video for Husky Loops highlights how we all live in our own little bubble, even when we're living cheek-by-jowl.
Emil Nava unleashes the raucous debut music video for PRETTYMUCH, the latest pop sensation on SYCO tipped for world domination.
And the video for Would You Mind, with its low-slung wide-angle performance shots, is clearly inspired by some of those seminal Nineties and Noughties boyband classics.
Nina Nesbitt's old boyfriend has made a terrible error of judgement and Nina is here to reveal the contrast between theirs and his new relationship.
Alexander Darby's video for Best You Had has two stories running concurrently, organised around a mirror-image set. And it all gets pretty steamy.
The 1975's Matty Healy makes his music video directing debut for Pale Waves, a band he knows a lot about – he also produced their first album.
GIRLI doesn't want to be patronised, okay? And she's found a fine foil in Vasilisa Forbes to get that message across.
The votes are in and the judging panels have met. Now we can reveal who is up for the honours at the UK Music Video Awards 2017 – the biggest night of the year for music video makers everywhere.
Rae Morris goes to New York City and has a ball, in Noel Paul's charming video for DO IT.
CNCO, the winners of Simon Cowell and Ricky Martin's La Banda TV talent show on Univision, became the first boyband to reach one billion views in YouTube, with their single "Reggaetón Lento (Bailemos)". Now they're taking on the rest of the world with the help of Little Mix and director Marc Klasfeld who dial up the heat between the two pop supergroups.