David Wilson returns to music vids with the new Chromeo video, and heading for the orange groves of verdant California, in the process makes probably the best ad in the world ever for freshly squeezed OJ.
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Cape Town-based director and photographer Adriaan Louw gives a distinctly African take to a downtown 70s vibe in his video for Major Lazer and DJ Maphorista.
It's vibrant, feelgood, and beautifully photographed by DoP Thomas Revington as it features rollicking performances by the featured artists Nasty C, Ice Prince, Patoranking and Jidenna.
Lexi Kiddo's video for Muto features an elderly matriarchal figure living in a remote farm with three 'sons', beginning when one of the young males wanders off, only to be returned to the farm by the kindly old lady.
The boys help her with chores and the old woman nurtures them with motherly love. But we soon discover there is another, chilling side to this relationship...
Young directing partnership Will & Carly make their strongest statement yet with the new Faux video.
In many respects it's a simple idea: a dance performance you realise is happening backwards. What makes it good is how it keeps offering new pleasures - and making very good use of what might consider familiar locations.
Liswaya dissects the painful process of creativity in her video for We Are Major. Very painful, as a young artist suffers an all-too-credible crisis of confidence.
41Blackford - recently signed to Iron Age Pictures – makes his directing debut with this absorbing dance piece for Elderbrook.
"In this video we depicted the evolution of a relationship," says the director. "From infatuation, tenderness, separation and finally reconciliation through the medium of dance."
Alex Courtès elevates sex to a higher plane in his stunning and steamy video for Justice.
Tom Ringsby second video for Husky Loops highlights how we all live in our own little bubble, even when we're living cheek-by-jowl.