A coroner working the night shift at a morgue gets more than he bargained for when his cadavers start to come to life in NORTON's video for Chris Lake.
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On the basis that getting Sia and Pink performing on camera together is a non-starter - well, Sia on camera these days is a non-starter - Malia James opts for the spectacular with two talented aerial acrobats engaging in a spot of indoor skydiving inside a remarkable lip-up 'flight' chamber, where they float in the air with the force of the updraft.
Run The Jewels take on the law in this psychedelic, politically-minded video from Brian Beletic.
Songs from The Shins' new album Heartworms have been 'flipped' - in other words, given alternate treatments to the ones found on the album. And Zaiba Jabbar has made the video for the flipped version of lead-off single Name For You with Trace Lysette, charismatic transgender star of Amazon's award-winning series Transparent.
Fleur Fortune's compelling short film for Travis Scott is a neo-futurist, dystopian look at near-death experiences.
Robert Schober's brilliant video for Mastodon is a horror B-movie pastiche, and an ode to anybody who's ever had a bad week at work.
This is a film by Michael Gugger that transforms the performance of dancer Jon Ole Olstad in the digital domain, and in doing so explores the curiosity of the human spirit.
Kris Merc's video for American singer Craig Finn's song God In Chicago is a beautifully directed and incredibly bittersweet proposition, visualising two friends' escapade from the suburbs to the big city in the wake of a family tragedy.