In this video for Canadian band Shred Kelly, Brett Connors and Brett Ferster posit an alternate reality of smallmindness and bigotry, where gay relationships are the social norm, with heterosexuality is considered beyond the pale, and a society taboo.
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Kevan Funk brings us a fascinating, graphic, and chilling glimpse into technological advances in the North American sex industry for Belle Game.
Eva Michon's video for Miya Folick is a bit of a rollercoaster. Which isn't surprising as the whole video takes place on one. But that turns out to be a smart way to showcase the growing drama and sheer intensity of Folick's voice.
Justin Broadbent lets Emily Haines follow a predestined path in the minimal, repetitive video for Planets.
Joël Vaudreuil animates an ever-darkening world in this textured, sinister piece or Timber Timbre.
Chad VanGaalen animates some bizarre cosmic terrain in his self-made animation.
Fatal Gift, Emily Haines's quiet rage against inequity, is interpreted in four chapters by Justin Broadbent of mild dystopia.
This dark world is run on scratchcards, crystals, and bottled water – and Haines is possibly the only inhabitant, in different guises. In her part as a comfortably wealthy lady in a cab, she asks her unseen driver: "How much do I own you?"
Corey Adams' new promo for Death From Above 1979 is a bizarre tale of ignorance through material excess.