A musician tries to express his thoughts onto paper in new director Riffy Powerz' stop-frame/live action promo for French artist Digitale Sanguine's Rythmes Digitales.
The Living Sisters’ How Are You Doing? by Michel Gondry
Michel Gondry, recently named President of the Short Film and Cinéfondation at the Cannes Film Festival this year, has a new video for folk-pop supertrio The Living Sisters, which really feels like a throwback to the old days.
It's a three-panelled entertainment of interconnecting multiple disaster, from house fire to plummeting plane to earthquake, involving the three ladies - Eleni Mandell, Becky Stark and Inara George. Try keeping up with it. Made with in-camera effects, mixed-media, and a touch of genius. Frankly and delightfully, its very Gondryesque. And Michel shot this himself too.
Jamie Thraves expertly translates the lyrics about the pressures of modern living in Rizzle Kicks' Lost Generation, with a lighthearted and satirical video about modern life today for …
Taken from her Invisible Empire // Crsecent Moon set, KT Tunstall joins forces with Alex Kemp for the promo to the album version of Feel It All - premiered on the The Telegraph website.
Daniel Askill does a fine job of visualising the orchestral experimentalism of These New Puritans in this panoramic, parallax-viewed journey for Fragment Two. Made in conjunction with The …
FKA Twigs presents a surprising but nonetheless dazzling performance of her new song Cellophane.
Director/DoP Kristen Griffin's video for Chaouche's song Progression channels inspirations of Ophelia, Kate Bush, and Studio Ghibli - an atmospheric gothic fantasy that was …
Big Heath bounces into people, and takes over their bodies - having more fun in some than he does in others - in this rollicking vehicle for the lovable London rapper's new tune Bouncy, …
This is a problematic and disturbing video for Heavyweight Records' newest recruits Sludge by Norwegian director Kenneth Karlsbad.
GIRLI returns with this entertaining song-and-dance interpretation of her violent moodswings directed by regular collaborator Vasilisa Forbes.
Twenty-five years ago, Soul Asylum's Runaway Train music video aired on MTV. Moving and gritty, the video directed by Tony Kaye showed images of actual missing children, 21 of whom were …