Tony Kaye strips back a storyline of a grieving photographer, played by Tye Sheridan (Mud, and the upcoming X-Men: Dark Phoenix), and then removes every superfluous element from London Grammar's performance to make a mesmerizing and beautiful video for Oh Woman Oh Man.
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The first of two videos that Savanah Leaf has directed for Mabel in Ibiza has her enjoying a night out in a club and having a close encounter with her co-star Kojo Funds for Finders Keepers, before heading off with her mates as dawn breaks.
Starting with a landscape shot on a thermal imaging camera, directing team Broken Antenna add elements that make it completely alien, all relating to the title of Toddla T's new track.
The central character of the video for South East England fourpiece Kid Kapichi's Waster is a real piece of work. And all his bad behaviour in this punchy directing debut by James Green builds to a dark payoff.
In Neil Ferron's wonderfully odd video for Shine A Light, all the happy folks of the countryside gather to give a guard of of honour to the proud lady pulling a cart carrying her prized possession - a half-human/half-goat baby.
Benn Veasey collaborates with DoP Ben Coughlin in this moody dance/VFX piece for Danish bass DJs Snavs & Fabian Mazur.
Experimenting with a more tacit form of narrative, character and journey are told through bold visuals and strong lighting design.
Daniel Henry explores the very strange, and heavily hallucinatory phenomenon of computer 'deep dreaming', in this video for Foster The People.
Emmanuel Adjei returns after his video for Mark Pritchard with a new project for Patta Amsterdam that fuses a concept-based performance video with a branded content showcasing a new clothing collaboration.
With the performances set in a life drawing class, we see various individuals interpretations, somewhat darkly inspired by Gulliver's Travels.
Grizzly Bear may be alternative rock royalty, back with a new record after a very long absence, but Beatrice Pegard's approach to the plaintive Mourning Sound is counterintuitively irreverent, bordering on wacky.
Luke Logan's two-song video for Tobi Sunmola is minimal and atmospheric showcase for the young Manchester rapper, who assumes different personas in a night-time forest setting.