I wonder if Carlos Lopez Estrada ever imagined his career would include a 'Sheep Choreography' credit. I'm sure within his eclectic repertoire and his increasingly far-reaching collaborations with Watsky he must be aware now that anything is possible.
You are here
Deep breaths. Right. Where to begin?
We're just over two weeks into 2017 and the bar has just been set for music video weirdness. Peurto Rican rapper Residente directs his own video here which inexplicably stars John Leguizamo as a member of an, err, eclectic tribe born from a woman who herself just hatched from an egg.
"This film is based on a true story,” says Matt Devine - and I'd like to think he's not joking.
Watch in awe as a man attempts to escape a potential alien abduction (and rescue his beers) in a near-empty car park. A great concept executed brilliantly by exploiting the viewer's imagination by leaving things unseen.
Alan Masferrer presents a heavy-smoking playboy and his delightfully energetic friend in this kooky and very charming two-hander for LA's electro-disco duo Oliver.
Sadie Dupuis (aka Sad13) teams up with Isabel Farrington to give us a 90s dancercise lesson in consent for 'Get A Yes'.
Fred Rowson takes us on a journey through the centre of the spirit in this bizarre and hilarious video for Hot Chip's Joe Goddard.
Finn Keenan directs a charmingly funny mockumentary for Willie J Healey, in which he tasks Willie with playing “a pathetic but likable character who dedicated his life to recording the sound of things that don’t make sound.” Willie is a "Mute-ician" (someone who specialises in recording nonophonic sound, don't you know).