Chris Turner - aka Favourite Colour: Black - provides some dark role reversal in his video for Creep Show.
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Matilda Finn has created a memorably intense and sexy fantasy-horror for Bipolar Sunshine.
A beautiful woman enters an apartment, and gracefully stalks a prone, alive but paralysed man, toying with her prey. And then this top predator moves onto her next victim...
Jamie-James Medina casts 22 year old Belgian, Paris-based multi-disciplinary artist, singer and model Clare Laffut with his supercool sensibility.
The video for Verité is part-audition, part-doc, part-stylised fashion shoot, and was filmed in Paris in December last year, shot by DoP Cezary Zacharewicz on 16mm.
Melbourne animator Greg Sharp follows his first Unknown Mortal Orchestra video for American Guilt with something very minimal, but very musical.
William Laboury, winner of a Best Video Newcomer Award with his Bonnie Banane video at last year's UKMVAs, returns with this absorbing and ingenious video for Agar Agar, addressing the perils of VR in one of the most entertaining ways yet.
Jordan Rakei drags a body from freezing waters at the start of his video for Eye To Eye.
What happened? And who's the victim? Tom Ewbank's gripping video for the New Zealand-born, London-based soul-jazz multi-instrumentalist keeps us on tenderhooks weaving the aftermath with the traumatic event and killing, and finishing with a bombshell ending.
Courtney Barnett introduces her new solo record (quite quickly after the release of her team-up with Kurt Vile on the excellent Lotta Sea Lice LP) with Nameless, Faceless and a kooky melange of cut-out fun from Berlin-based animator-director Lucy Dyson.