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It's the tennis duel of the ages, of the two best players anywhere, and possibly of all times. And forget Borg/McEnroe, or Federer/Nadal or even King/Riggs. This is the big one: Isaac Acey v Isiah Smash.
René Sascha Johannsen captures Lukas Graham's hurt and suffering through a moving visual ode to a lost friend. It's heartfelt and powerful.
Publicis copywriter Steve Moss has won this year's Homespun Yarns film competition, following a screening night at London’s Fabric nightclub, where the audience viewed all four final films before voting for the winner.
Meg Myers makes a big impression in Clara Aronovich's video for Jealous Sea for behaving precisely unlike most pop stars - she is tense as a coiled spring, aggressive, disturbed and disturbing... a figure prowling bars and streets on her own, consumed by that emotion that, as she sings, comes in waves, so she cannot breathe.
Niall Trask creates a visual ode devoted to Meatraffle's decidedly ambivalent relationship with London.
The general message is that its a terrible bloody place - hence the refrain of "London life is killing me". But faced with the alternative - one-pub Middle England towns, full of Ukippers and other little Englanders - Meatraffle's Zsa Zsa Sapien would rather stay put.
The second of four films directed by Adriaan Louw for Major Lazer's latest EP - each film filmed in a different African country, with the contributions of local artists and dancers - is for Orkant/Balance Pon It, and shot in Durban, South Africa.
Isaac Rentz makes Olly Murs irresistible on the dance floor – with a little help from Rowan Atkinson - for this tie-in with the third movie starring Atkinson's bumbling British super-spy, Johnny English Strikes Again.
With a few days to go to the big night of the year for music videos, here are the nominations for the Individual Award categories at the UK Music Video Awards 2018 - for best director, best new director, best producer, best commissioner and best artist - and for the second year, the Best Production Company award,
With the return of Tunng after a five year break with new album Songs You Make At Night - and back together in their original line-up - longtime collaborator James Moore revisits the story world of their 2006 single Jenny Again to create an absorbing nocturnal folktale for the song Sleepwalking.
Fernando Lugo directs Puerto Rican star Bad Bunny and Drake for smash hit Mia, setting the video in a good old fashioned block party populated almost entirely by females - apart from the artists playing dominoes, while Drake sings in Spanish
Romain Chassaing, nominated at this year's UKMVAs for his video for Dizzee Rascal video 'Bop n keep it Dippin', now reunites with Dizzee to create something anarchic, fun and hugely cinematic for Dizzee's collab with Skepta on Money Right.