@fed_tweets Hello guys, is there an email I could use to send you a music video over please? Thanks 1 day 20 hours ago
@Videostatic The Cars - You Might Think (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO) https://t.co/uQZLMOXeLc via 1 day 13 hours ago
@Videostatic RT : Ric Ocasek, the Hall of Fame Cars singer who fused pop, rock and New Wave into indelible hits, has died at the age… https://t.co/8Lor2bVfYP 1 day 13 hours ago

Robbie Ryan

Hurts "Lights" (Dawn Shadforth, dir.)

Dawn Shadforth and HURTS reunite for this very special collaboration. From Hunger Magazine, "The artful visual for “Lights” depicts a surreal late night scenario, the dark atmosphere and twisted nature of the protagonists lifted by dreamlike dance routines – a first for the band’s lead singer. It’s a mesmerising string to their bow in the lead up to the highly-anticipated third album."

Camerimage Cinematography Festival Winners

The annual Camerimage confab wrapped up in Poland this past week, celebrating the best in cinematography.

Winners for the music video competition are: 

Best Music Video

DJ Snake & Lil Jon "Turn Down For What" (Daniels, dir.) Larkin Seiple, cinematographer

Best Cinematography In A Music Video:

Paolo Nutini "Iron Sky" (Daniel Wolfe, dir.) Robbie Ryan, cinematographer

The festivals main honor went to legendary director Jonas Akerlund, who received the Camerimage Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Field of Music Videos.