@kholy381 While I'm on break check the usual channels for things like the new https://t.co/9PDnkM7sx8 1 day 1 hour ago
@Videostatic Two Door Cinema Club "Talk" (Max Siedentopf, dir.) https://t.co/vRoa8gv2o9 22 hours 11 min ago
@Videostatic Mumford & Sons "Beloved" (Charlotte Regan, dir.) https://t.co/GumxpQYuwu 2 hours 24 min ago
@Videostatic Fitz And The Tantrums "123456" (Jamie Thraves, Ofir Shoham, dir.) https://t.co/GediXpvGdN 1 day 22 min ago
@Videostatic Jon Bellion "Stupid Deep" (Daniel Brown, dir.) https://t.co/74raJPKuX7 1 day 5 hours ago
@Videostatic Roseaux "I Am Going Home [director's cut]" (Allie Avital Tsypin, dir.) https://t.co/UXvgW6r2XX 1 day 3 hours ago
@Videostatic Karen O & Danger Mouse "Woman" (Spike Jonze, dir.) https://t.co/sVAwPNL870 1 day 2 hours ago
@Videostatic Yves Tumor "Lifetime" (Floria Sigismondi, dir.) https://t.co/HzsIcPIZh5 22 min 46 sec ago

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Zayn "Satisfaction" (Bouha Kazmi, dir.)

BOUHA KAZMI has directed ‘Satisfaction’ from Zayn’s sophomore album Icarus Falls. 

Touching upon elements of spirituality that we feel and don’t voice, the richly cinematic narrative expresses the mercurial beauty of a relationship set against the backdrop of an ongoing war. Underscored by Zayn’s lyrics about struggle and finding fulfilment, Kazmi depicts a metaphysical journey depicting love, loss and rebirth. The film takes a surrealist turn at the end as it captures the transcendental power of love, whilst bringing home the tragedy of war. 

Skunk Anansie "Love Someone Else" (Isaac Tomiczek, dir.)

From the director

ISAAC TOMICZEK:

"The best film I’ve seen all year is Victoria. I saw it at the London Film Festival and it just blew me away. It’s all real time and there’s a scene in a club where it all pops off and just escalates. I’ve been on nights out like that, and when I heard the song I had this image of a situation building up and us staying with it throughout the duration. I thought the idea of a Hen and Stag bumping into each other played into the lyrics and that was that.

Rita Ora "Poison" (Cameron Duddy, dir.)

Stardom as an instant glamour model can be a bitch. Or maybe, it's just the photographers who discover and explout these beautiful people who are truly the bitches. Such is the situation in this tale of Rita Ora going from a street savvy headturner to a glossy pin-up girl under the watchful eye of a creepy Warholian predator type who peels her away from her man.