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NY-based fashion photographer and director Sarah McColgan has delivered Little Mix's Love Me Like You, a cheesy but amusing video set in an American high-school Fall homecoming dance.
Director/DoP Filip Zaluska has created this intriguing, dramatic clip for Polish electronic artist Rysy's The Fib, employing an optical effect that drives the narrative.
Jack King has directed this great narrative number for Aquilo's Good Girl, which tells the story of a young female missionary who sets out with her partner to spread the good word but soon encounters the temptations of the outside world.
Jamie XX, Young Thug, and Popcaan perform I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times) in the video directed by Rollo Jackson. And as it checks out, it does seem their life is pretty damn good...
The Camerimage 2015 Music Videos Competition line-up has been announced. 20 music videos have been selected and nominated for the Best Music Video and Best Cinematography in a Music Video awards, from over 400 submissions and recommendations from all over the world.
Serkan Nihat has created this visually inventive homage to the B-Movie and film noir for The Family Monroe's song Bridges, inspired by Turkish versions of some Hollywood classics.
A meeting of modern jazz and the traditional South African dance form of pantsula, has resulted in this scintillating video directed by Lebogang Rasethaba, for British 'post-jazz' outfit Sons of Kemet's In the Castle of My Skin.
BUG presents an amazing special show celebrating The Beatles' pioneering promotional films and formative pop videos, on November 3rd at the BFI Southbank.
Director Marc Oller has directed this seven-minute, double music video for two Madrid lo-fi garage bands, with The Parrots' rockin' out to All My Loving, followed by Hinds' woozy, swaggering tune, Davey Crockett.
Mike Winkelmann aka Beeple is a graphic designer and Cinema 4D wizard whose prolific output of colourful, futuristic graphics is out of this world. But Beeple doesn't want you thinking that technological advances, and our huge, ever-increasing dependence on digital technology, is always a good thing. Far from it.
"ROCK ON! Cement is the key ingredient in concrete," Drenge's clever new video for The Woods informs us, before going on to announce that cement is the second most consumed substance in the world, after water. And Hope Cement Works in the Hope Valley, west of Sheffield, where this video was shot, consumes 2 million tonees of limestone and shale every year.
As the squelchy, chilly British late summer turned into glorious, sunny early autumn, a bumper crop of new videos burst forth during September. So plenty to choose from in this VOTM playlist, which includes some expected biggies, and also lots of things from a bunch of promising new directors.