Francis Wallis teams up with Naughty boy and Calum Scott to create an electric new video for “Undo”. The video highlights society’s addiction to screen culture, showing the importance of living in the moment and connecting with one another. The isolation screens often create acting as the platform for a young group to make an active change.
Ever wondered what Glaswegian singer songwriter Lewis Capaldi looks like as a male stripper? Find out in his unexpected new video ‘Grace' directed by Louis Bhose, now an official member of the Agile Films director’s roster.
Subtle, supernatural elements are balanced by a warm VHS handheld nostalgia, in an intimate portrait of Adam and his love interest. This is the 4th video collaboration between Adam and silent tapes, in which they developed an artful narrative and world where an anthropomorphic orange ultimately comes alive in the human form.
Switching from enclosed claustrophobic spaces to wide open landscapes, Silent Tapes' new video 'My Addiction' by Adam French is a disorientating display of dark scopes regarding fixation and dependency.
Presented as a one shot, Silent Tapes' latest video for Adam French explores themes of anthropomorphism. Setting itself within an ambiguous world which sees adults never losing their childishness whilst they meander into the night exploring curiosities.
In a world where updating your digital life is almost as unconscious and automatic as breathing; one girl goes against the mould and ends up having a rather peculiar breakdown which ultimately trumps her egotistical peers.
LA-based Clara’s piece for Isaac Gracie’s ‘Reverie' is a surreal, mysterious & thought-provoking short film which leaves the viewer to interpret the meaning.
“When I think about today’s youth.... The world they’re inheriting is possibly going to be a disastrous one. It’s this feeling that begat this concept.”
The story follows a friendship between a girl who becomes ‘affected’ and her best friend, who in the face of adversity, tries to find a way to continue their lives as normal, in a touching tale of childhood friendship.
"In part inspired by the experience of taking ecstasy, the clip finds lead singer Blythe furiously dancing her way through a series of dilapidated rooms, choral chants swelling around her, before awakening from the trip to find herself on deserted pebble beach." Fader Magazine
Two predestined lovers awaken from an embryonic underwater slumber to fight against the currents and find each other. Did I mention that it's underwater and absolutely beautiful? Oh, and the vocal is by somebody named Beyonce who I think might have a future in the music business.
London's Sinead Harnett got her break singing for Wiley and Disclosure. Now director Malia James has helped bring out her star power on the streets of New York for Do It Anyway, the second single from her debut album.