Phoenix's new video is an irreverent reworking of cultural history by Chris Hopkins at Melbourne-based design and directing team Lost Art, where the band become an integral part of a rare '80s documentary about legendary and controversial fashion photographer Helmut Newton.
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Isolde Penwarden 's video for Emma-Jean Thackray captures a moment with actress, singer and dancer Mela Murder that gradually highlights the double life of the artist and single mother.
Gerald Sagoe turns a London estate into a beautiful battleground for Kojo Funds.
Excellent black and white photography and super slow motion turns a mass fight into a metaphor. Sagoe's video for Funds' Stallin' is an impressive music video directing debut.
A compelling full-performance video for the heavy riffing psych-rock outfit Glitter Machine by Mark Lediard, who captures the band on a prowling camera rotating around them.
Jeremi Durand's powerful video for French rapper Keny Arkana imagines a near-future society at breaking point.
Referencing the sentiment of wilful blinkeredness when the world around you is going to hell – as expressed in Paul Misraki’s 1935 song from which it takes its title - Arkana's Madame la Marquise calls out modern society’s indifference to the destructive path we’re on.
Photographer/director Jesse May Fisher's visual for up and coming talent Niomí is a sensual and seducive piece that subverts the tale of Sleeping Beauty.
Director/DoP Todd MacDonald teamed up with hip hop and capoeira-trained dancer Nelson Holtz to create an energetic and mesmerising video for Alex Alex’s debut single Something Else.
Nelson pops and ticks to the track with effortless dexterity and poise as the sun sets on a breakwater overlooking the sea on Jersey.
Shot on a rig comprised of five iPhones (portrait mode) to make one fractured yet complete image, Jake Mavity's video for singer-songwriter Scott Quinn tells the story of a young woman battling both a break-up and her own deteriorating mental health.