French electro-punk outfit Shaka Ponk get a high octane, ultra-violent comedy noir from Guillaume Panariello that would have Robert Rodriguez nodding in approval.
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Here's a sumptuous slice of melancholic romance, Paris-style, courtesy of Julia and Vincent, for Myth Sizer and his special guests Bonnie Banane, Ichon and Muddy Monk.
A girl must dance with Death in order to win her salvation, in this video for French pop duo Next Is Best directed and photographed by Etienne Fu-le Saulnier.
Shot in a country house near Paris, the girl's battle for survival, yet ambivalent relationship with death is emphasised with some highly effective special FX makeup.
Now this is what we like to see. Scott Cudmore creates an intense, joyous, and eccentric video for Leslie Feist that feels like a return to the form of the singer's videos of a decade or so ago. With added Jarvis Cocker.
In a world obsessed by image and ruled by social networks, Dan Black escapes to a desert – that happens to be just outside a town of tower blocks – surrounded by 100 cameras.
Roman Laurent takes us on a voyage of sexual discovery across the cosmos in this wickedly inventive, sexually-charged promo for Their Names.
A sensitive individual (played by Leah James) finds a safe way to confront a bullying tormentor by taking on his avatar in a beat-'em-up arcade game.
It's an absorbing vignette of individual defiance by Mexican directing duo Santiago & Mauricio for French producer Joris Delacroix's Start The Engine, and it also defies expectations.