A high school student tries to make sense of it all as she's trapped by a challenging reality (especially on the NSFW homefront) and a vivid dreamworld that sees her in fencing gear and ready to stand-up to certain disaster.
Dance music possesses a guy and a girl as they orgasmically dance around North London.
Thomas Ralph, director: "The idea initially stemmed from the pattern like structure of the song and the 90’s all-night rave culture Vessels are homaging. Our mission was to merge raw, out on the town ‘run and gun’ narrative shooting with a graphic, layered, edit-structure to match with the beat."
Creating an '80s-styled keyboard ode in front of the crowd at club Belgica, which is also the title of a film about said nightclub from Belgian director Felix Van Groeningen [this is a deleted scene from the movie].
For the record, Danyel Galaxy is not a real person. It's an alias (one of 16, apparently) for Soulwax, the legendary DJs/producers who provide the soundtrack to the film, each song under a different guise.
A suitably epic journey across alien terrains for the critically acclaimed electronic band from Leeds, England. Created single-handedly by Hayward, each scene was made using multiple still images which have been de-constructed, re-built and composited with elements of stock footage to become an entirely made-up, otherworldly landscape.
Chloe Hayward delivers a clever and captivating video for Ghostpoet's latest single "Sorry My Love, It's You Not Me" ft Lucy Rose. The video distorts our senses with layering techniques that marry well with the impermanent message of the track.
Barcelona-based director Paloma Zapata has travelled to Dakar in Senegal to tell the story of a young boy who leaves home in order to learn to skate - taught by the leader of a rollerblade gang - in her beatutiful promo for BOTH's The Longest Of Goodbyes.
A young holigan boy lashes out againts his small America town under the influence of ciggerettes, alcohol, violence, vandalism and Felix the Cat --yet there remains a layer of beauty and sweetness as he leaves it all behind.
halcyon - that’s Jack Pirie and Alex Hylands-White – have ‘unearthed’ a lost film of scientific experimentation from the 1970s…. experiments at ‘Zenith Medical Technologies’ in the field of ‘ecteneic energy’ which are murky, dangerous, and ultimately devastating.