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Tim McCourt and Max Taylor of animating collective The Line have created two minutes of sheer amusement with Amaro and Walden's Joyride. With music made for the video by Hugo Chegwin and Fred Berry, it follows Amaro and Walden, two mischevious little fellas on a joyride all over London Town.
Libby Burke Wilde directed this energetic performance video for The Fratellis' Baby Don't You Lie To Me. Matching The Fratellis’ style with a suitably theatrical location was key according to Wilde, who chose Bush Hall for its crushed red velvet curtains and old chandeliers.
Foxes recruited Patrick Killingbeck to make the video for Feet Don't Fail Me Now - now showing on the H&M YouTube channel – and to bring a story she wanted to tell to the screen.
Paul Kalkbrenner has recently released this third and final instalment of the FLORIAN trilogy, for his track Feed Your Head.
Drew Cox's video for Romans' Uh Huh is not be the only underwater performance video we'll see in the next few weeks, but it is the first out there, and it certainly impresses in the way the story of two lovers who are drifting apart is expressed in a form of sub-aqua choreography.
In the video for Talbot's Voo Circular, the relationship between two girls is played over again and again, in a series of upward-moving camera moves, where things in the picture subtly change, and identities are crossed, but are also turned upside down, and the dreamy atmosphere reveals an underlying violence.
Foxes just-released Body Talk is accompanied by a video by Spanish director Virgili Jubero, with a cool retro-80s feel. At a neon-lit garage and car-wash, Foxes hooks up with a back-up dancing crew, performing a choreography to lift her spirits.
Marina Diamantis goes seriously glam down at the funfair in Charlotte Rutherford's delightful video for Blue - shot in Dreamland, the newly-renovated vintage amusement park in Margate.
Bif, a directing collective made up of Jules Janaud and Fabrice Le Nezet, have created this mesmerizing video for emerging Parisian electronic artist Azel Phara's track Green, where nature is transformed and humanity is threatened by mass, ultra-colourful weaponisation.
Crooked Cynics really pulled it out of the hat with this stunning video - masterfully shot by Charlie Goodger - which merges the bitterness, hope, and empowerment of London-based musician Rationale's track, Fuel To Fire.
Carly Cussen has delivered this slick video for Alexa Goddard's We Broke The Sky, composed of glamorous shots of Goddard performing her song in the studio as well as in Three Cliffs Bay, Wales. The video plays out like an elegant, well-composed pop video that lets the weather conditions express the lyrics.
Luti Media in London have signed prolific director American director Gil Green to their growing roster of directors.