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After their walk in Santa Monica for I Want You Back, HAIM walk into Oil Can Harry's in Studio City, for a spot of line dancing.
Shaun James Grant's latest live video project is this double live performance for JP Copoper's Vevo Lift UK campaign, shot on location in Manchester - where JP was born and raised.
Both Performances weere shot in one day at two different locations, and both peformances were shot completely live, using hidden microphones around each space.
Following internet-breaking films like 'First Kiss', which alone amassed over 156.6 million views, Tatia Pilieva returns with another emotionally-charged film experience, for U2.
Here are full details of the nominations for the Best Video International music genre categories at the UK Music Video Awards 2017 – including director, production, commissioner and label credit information.
William Baker, Kylie Minogue's influential creative director for many years, and now working with the Killers, makes a significant step as a music video director with this blissful dream of a video for new pop star Nuuxs.
Spencer Graves removes the fourth wall from his conceptually driven video for LAUV's Easy Love.
Probably on the basis that everyone knows how everything is done nowadays, there's no hiding the scenery changing, or the kirby wires, as LAUV moves from one set-up to another. But then there's lots of LAUVs all at once. I still don't know how they do that.
What surely began as a 'Kurt and Courtney' joke is actually now a proper thing, with an album called Gotta Sea Lice on the way. And here's the second video flowing from the Barnett/Vile collaboration by Danny Cohen.
Taz Tron Delix is a director that seems to have exploded out of obscurity in the last 12 months. His mind-bending, multi-layered mixed-media collages are a rich tapestry of sometimes-dark, often-dreamlike imagery that really manages to stick in the dark recesses of your mind.
Ollie Wolf has created a beautifully-crafted short film for British singer-songwriter Tom Walker, exploring themes rippling through British society that have arguably been brought into sharper focus by Brexit.
Patrick Mason's video for Ira Wolf is a compassionate portrait of an elderly man faced with the reality of being alone for the first time in decades, after the death of his wife.
St. Vincent follows up the remarkable New York with the video for Los Ageless from the new album MASSEDUCTION, and another set of extraordinary, striking images rendered in a day-glo colour palette.