From alt-J's striking original idea, Isaiah Seret has crafted an experimental epic for their song Pleader that draws on different artforms and ultimately has nearly spawned a new one. This is a music video that could also described as a short dramatic musical.
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Joshua Lipworth takes Mark Lanegan's Emperor as his cue for an atmospheric tale of an Eastern European dictator nearing his demise - loosely based on the fall of the Romanian communist leader Ceaucescu.
Loïc Andrieu's stunning video for KCPK's The End captures a teenage girl's unfolding nightmare in a series of jawdropping set-pieces.
The second half of The Architect, Thomas James' two-part sequence of videos for Paloma Faith, continues the story where it left off at the end of Crybaby: one boy cannot stand the oppressive regime of an institution that is 'creating' the future leaders of a cruel totalitarian state. He flees and the supportive Paloma races after him.
Nicholas Lam doesn't only bring the song to the screen, he also pretty much encapsulates the name of the band in this drama for Last Second Chance which ultimately has the viewer on the edge of their seat.
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.
After a successful heist, two members of the gang betray the others and make a getaway with the spoils, in Shawn Butcher's riveting video for The Last Skeptik's Trouble - subtitled "a tragedy in three acts".
Shatara Michelle Ford's video for Kismet, Amani Starnes' new music project, is a homage to Hitchcock's Vertigo "with a female gaze".
Shot on 35mm, its an low-budget experimental piece with scenes that replay with the roles (and genders) swapped. And the bittersweet mood seems as influenced by Todd Haynes as Hitchcock.