Daniel Brereton's video for Drones Club is a carefully choreographed surveillance sermon set atop the toxic wastes of Beckton Alps.
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Joe Connor's long-awaited, hauntingly beautiful ice-dancer video for Coldplay's Everglow is finally here.
Rock band Create To Inspire try their best with a particularly challenging life drawing model in Tom Cronin's video for Adjust.
It's a study in anxiety through dance, intercut with a performance from the band. And the choreography here really steals the show, with the dancer's paranoid, agitated movements bringing the concept to life.
This is a film by Michael Gugger that transforms the performance of dancer Jon Ole Olstad in the digital domain, and in doing so explores the curiosity of the human spirit.
The final part of a trilogy of videos directed by Laura Marling for tracks for her new album Semper Femina, is another dance piece featuring the choreography of Alexandra Green.
Noga Erez keeps a watchful eye from high atop a Tel-Aviv rooftop in Hen Makluf's dance video for 'Toy'.
Shrouded in a dark hood whilst the sun beats down on her and backed by two dancers, Erez moves seemingly as though time was not a constraint. Bending time through glitchy edits and stylish stop-start choreography.
Andy Margetson's short film for Lil Buck isn't a music video so much as a visual portrait set to music.
Bruno Mars keeps it simple but utterly captivating for the video for That’s What I Like, directed by Jonathan Lia and Mars: he commands the screen from start to finish, with some hand-drawn animations relating to the lyrics adding the only flourishes to the natural Mars charisma and fancy footwork.