Ian Sims - aka Run Child Run - takes on New York City, clad in all-white, in a series of slow-moving portraits, created by David Terranova.
Tom Wilson Kellett '17' by Henry Crisp
Henry Crisp's short film Siffre was awarded gold at the Kinsale Short FIlm Festival and honoured at the Royal Television Society awards last year. Now here's his first music video since that success, a highly distinctive, slow-burning work for Tom Wilson Kellett.
It's shot within a minutely crafted dollhouse structure, and within which Wilson Kellett is a huge trapped figure. As the camera slowly moves through various rooms as a black liquid starts to consume everything inside. Not only a distinctive piece of work, but with a real sense of being a labour of love.
Sober artist Kaleb Rudy tackles delusion and obsession in a slow-burn music video.
Things get bouncy, and then acrobatic, in Grant Taylor's video for Stanton Warriors summer house tune Up2U, when a group of friends find a load of mattresses on their way home. As you do.
Beatrix Blaise uses costume, makeup and dance to capture the themes of uncertainty of new love, human sensitivity and boundaries in her video for I Am Boleyn.
Phil Lee, longtime video commissioner at XL Recordings, who departed the label at the end of last …
Wash, the London-based grading and finishing studio, have announced that Caroline Morin has joined …
The UK Music Video Awards for 2019 is now open!
FRIEND have announced the signing of two US-based directors for UK representation, at different …
It's June, and that can only mean one thing... it's time to launch the UKMVAs!
At the D&AD Awards 2019 last week, music videos won prestigious Pencils and commendations …