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The latest Bowie video from The Next Day is a powerful anti-war film, featuring over 100 clips of original archival footage from 20th century wartime, compiled and manipulated by British designer and director Tom Hingston.
Josh Cole has done it again. His first video since winning an MVA for his awesome Manila-set video for Rudimental's Not Giving In, for the Chase & Status's Alive ft. Jacob Banks, is another compelling tale of young lives engaged in a daily dangerous struggle for survival in a far-flung community.
Shot over two days in Mexico City, Sammy Rawal's promo for Metric's Lost Kitten follows one's man unusual search for home.
The video documents ballroom dancer/actor Sheldon McIntosh as he searches for his mother, collecting mysterious symbols and clues from pedestrians along the way and showcases Sheldon's display of brilliant body-bending choreography.
Eliza Doolittle goes about her day missing her boyfriend who is 7000 miles away, in this charming Rémy Cayuela-directed promo to her single Walking On Water.
Shot in London and Cyprus, Cayuela documents the lovers as Doolittle's beau decides to run across Europe and swim across the Channel to be with her...
From start to finish everything about André Chocron's video for London Grammar's Nightcall is simply dreamy.
Able&Baker has announced the signing of two directors to their roster for music videos and other content – Carly Cussen and Ivana Bobic.
Grouplove join forces with director Cameron Duddy for this quirky, lighthearted promo to new single Shark Attack.
The promo stars actor John Hawkes as a clumsy magicician who accidently sends the band to Mexico and Uganda...
Following her global smash Royals, New Zealand singer-songwriter Lorde hires Young Replicant to interpret a dream she had of 'teenagers in their own world - a world of hierarchies and initiations'.
Young Replicant's promo for the single Team is set around an industrial docklands area featuring a gang guzzling a strange drink before embarking on a jousting match aboard motorcycles...
Alex Southam, director of acclaimed music videos for Alt-J, Chase & Status, Laura Mvula, Tom Odell, Lianne Le Havas, and others, has joined Rogue Films in London for his music video and commercial work.
Art and science merge in this delightful film that uses time-lapse photography to capture the magic of chemistry for Chris Morphitis' soundtracky Where To Go, which is a collaboration between the Royal College of Art, Blinkink - and pulled in the support of Imperial College London for good measure.
UKMVA winner Zaiba Jabbar takes Gabrielle Aplin and co-star Mark Farrant on an emotional journey in this simple and slow-burning promo for Gabrielle's piano ballad Salvation.
Robbie Williams does an Andy Williams, as Chris Sweeney delivers a brilliant tongue-in-cheek homage to 60s/70s American variety TV specials with his promo for Robbie's version of the Mamas & The Papas' classic Dream A Little Dream.
In Will Reid's video for brother-and-sister act Luke & Charlotte Ritchie's Hammerite - their debut single - the camera moves slowly through a cozy, urban family home, but with disturbing signs - the broken glass, the gas hob still burning - that something bad, or even terrible, has happened here. And then comes the realisation that the camera is the POV of a small child...