Max Siedentopf - who recently joined Riff Raff Film's new talent department Nursery Of Evil – directs this bonkers new video for Dutch band De Likt.
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Wouter Stoter captures “a single moment repeated from 18 different angles” in this intriguing video for Kim Janssen.
This is a party where a group of expats gather, and a series of mini-character studies take place as a ball skidding into a swimming pool initiates a growing sense of strangeness.
Richard Paris Wilson brings us one memorable night in Bangkok, where boy meets girl in clubland, but there's an unexpected cosmic twist in the tale, for Dutch singer Dennis Princewell Stehr - aka Mr Probz.
Stefanie Kolk presents a touching clip for Sarah Walk's Still Frames.
It tells the story of a gay couple, beginning on the final day of their relationship and tracing backwards. Through different eras we see them meet, fall in love and eventually move apart. As they pack up their lives together they're reminded of the times they shared.
Made last year, and an award-winner at the DNBA Awards 2016, but Sil Van Der Woerd's video for Noisia's Mantra is arguably more relevant than ever as we enter the dark era of Trump.
A hooded figure stalks the halls, beneath the watchful gaze of others in Emmanuel Adjei's haunting clip for Sevdaliza.
A simple, yet intense scenario unfolds here - co-devised by the artist and the director – which scratches at a human desire to stare and to be stared at. And has a brave and beautiful visual twist.
In NFTS alumni Shady El-Hamus's video for Cesqeaux & Mightyfools, the chance discovery of a firearm gives two young hoodlums the opportunity to upgrade their criminal activity with immediate results - but ultimately dire consequences.