James F Coton and Masato Riesser have juxtaposed the documentary and music video genres in their fascinating film about the lives of members of Japanese biker crew The Specter Gang.
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Joseph Delaney explores the world of Techno Goth - an subversive London club scene celebrating self-expression in fetishwear to a soundtrack of industrial noise - in this illuminating short doc.
Legendary Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready, Scottish looping troubadour KT Tunstall, and Seattle’s finest Leah Julius of rock band Thunderpussy headed down into Mike’s basement studio to pay tribute to one of their musical idols, Tom Petty.
Jorja Smith's haunting song Blue Lights has inspired a memorable visual piece by Olivia Rose. It's a series of portraits of real Londoners who, arguably, the singer could be addressing in the song's message. These portraits, are intercut with a figure who slowly revealed his purpose - a dancer to physically express the emotion in the music.
Michael Holyk captures the mindset and work of daredevil Jeb Corliss, who skydives from planes at low altitudes in his natty wingsuit, in the banging new video for Wilkinson & Sub Focus' Take It Up.
Andrew Litten's video for Diamond Teeth Samurai pays homage to Lil Wayne's classic The Block is Hot, and gives us a less traditional, but still hugely vibrant vision of New Orleans.
And with Litten's scintillating work, Youngboy Never Broke Again comes into his own, with the support of NOLA's finest - the 504 Boyz, all-female biker club Caramel Curves and Birdman.
Sean Clancy has created a rousing fist-pumper of a concert film-cum-minidoc for the Donegal indie-rock outfit Wolves Of Youth.