Arno Salters' fifth video for General Elektriks - the musical project led by his brother Hervé Salters - makes the most of Hervé and his band's totally wired energy by multiplying it numerous times, through the magic of motion control.
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Sevdaliza mourns the sudden death of her lover in the sensual, dreamlike drama for Hear My Pain Heal, a triumphant return to music videos by Ian Pons Jewell.
Ciaran Lyons' directs Glasgow alt-pop duo Bdy Prts as performers in a bizarre ballet, employing visual wit, VFX and his trademark pixellation technique to create another impressive work.
A rich young guy is living the dream - but that's nothing compared to the story inside his head. Ilya Naishuller's latest blockbuster for Russian rock band Leningrad flashes back from our hero and his numerous lingerie model, pole-dancing girlfriends, to his career as a master criminal.
Loïc Andrieu's stunning video for KCPK's The End captures a teenage girl's unfolding nightmare in a series of jawdropping set-pieces.
Joseph Kahn's latest blockbuster for Taylor Swift features two new Taylor incarnations, as one Assassin's Creed-style version of Taylor meets another sexy cyborg crossed with Hannibal Lecter version of Taylor for a great big showdown.
In Benn Veasey's video for Mirror Signal the camera pans across a tower block at night until the somewhat chilling VFX appear.
Then the action shifts to the street below - a woman walks under the lights, and starts to extend herself into a msermeric dance - captured by the steadicam of Doug Walshe - Benn Veasey's brother.
Crystal Fighters perform while lying on their backs in flatbed trucks that are speeding down a freeway, in Rob Brandon's video for Yellow Sun.
It's a development of something he's done before, when part of directing duo Rob & Rob, and this is just as effective.