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Sam Seager

Matoma "Lonely" (Aella Jordan-Edge, dir.)

Aella Jordan-Edge takes us to the London nightclub scene to film Matoma’s ‘Lonely’ ft. MAX. With an “imaginary friend” concept at its core, this music video was inspired by Aella’s love for the classic film, ‘Harvey’. We follow the journey of two dancers, never knowing if the girl in this romantic duo is real, or just a figment of his imagination.

 

Tinie Tempah "Chasing Flies" (Emil Nava, dir.)

Tinie Tempah teams up with Emil Nava for the new film ‘Chasing Flies ft. Nea’. The video provides us with a captivating real life insight of a young Reading based rapper called ‘Stoner’.

Emil Nava, director: "Working on this project was like nothing I have ever done before. Tinie and His manager Dumi came to me and really wanted to make a youth culture film touching on life in Britain and it sounded so perfect for right now. We discussed different ideas and different approaches but then Tinie came to me with a video of this young rapper Stoner and his story was just too amazing

He has had a pretty unbelievable life and his story just had to be told. I spend about 2 weeks with Stoner finding out about his whole life as I wanted everything to be totally true and nothing staged. As I got deeper into his life It just god madder and madder. So much so me and Tinie also decided to make a short documentary about him which could even now turn into a feature. This music video was a slice of his life and there is so much to be told. I'm super excited for the world to meet Stoner, his loved ones, family and friends. He is a truly amazing person and I couldn't be more happy that Tinie brought us together.

The team around me were just like none other. I had Amy James throwing down in all areas of production with no support. Pat Meller my oldest friend, collaborator, and true legend shot on 35mm with basically 2 crew. My little brother Joe Nava smashed the art department alone. My girlfriend Cristina Squyres did everything from wardrobe, to hair and make up, to catering, and with a crew of just 8 of us it was pretty raw. Stoner and his family and friends opened their lives to us and it was one of the most touching experiences I have ever had on a shoot. Sean Fazende nailed the edit and Aubrey Woodiwiss did a truly beautiful grade 

What Stoner is going through is hard to explain but I hope this shows a piece of how amazing he is. When the full film comes out you will really get to see how much so. This was a great collaboration between my New Company Ammolite Inc and Disturbing London and more films to come

Hope you enjoy and can't wait to get the full film finished and out to the world."

Tinie Tempah "Mamacita" (Craig Moore, dir.)

Tinie Tempah and director Craig Moore have teamed up again, heading over to the Caribbean to shoot this fun, scenic video for Mamacita, featuring the up-and-coming Wizkid.

Shot in the Dominican Republic, Tinie tries on a bit of Latin flavour as he rides through the barrios in a Mustang - serenading all the beautiful women while collecting bags of cash from them. But by the end of the video, it appears the glitz and glamour of drug cartel life might have been too good to be true. 

Coldplay "Adventure Of A Lifetime" (Mat Whitecross, dir.)

Why wait around for a monolith when you've got your paws around a Beats Pill and can rock out to the latest Coldplay single?

That's kinda/sorta the vibe of this motion capture video — made under consultation with the master, Andy Serkis — where a troupe of apes dance their asses off to the beats.

And yes, the Coldplay members got to act like apeman as you can see from this in-depth making-of article from Creative Review.

Disciples "They don't know" (Luke Jacobs, dir.)

Shot along the stunning coastline of PEMBROKESHIRE (West Wales) the cinematic landscape and wild horses form a strong backdrop to this music video. But at the heart of this video is strong narrative story, about two two shy brothers who go shooting rabbits at dawn on the cliffs.

On their return they cross paths with a gang whoʼve been partying. The gang roughs up the boys and not only do they leave behind a pretty girl whoʼs still “high” but also a bag which they really, really donʼt want to lose!!! The video follows this story as it unfolds. 

Luke Sital-Singh "Greatest Lovers" (Handheld Cine Club, dir.)

From HandHeld Cine Club:

So, its kind of a Bonnie & Clyde (ish) Fandango...about the life and love of two people and how that love changes over time from the lust and excitement of their youth..to whatever that ends up being..

We could've chosen any kind of couple to portray this but we felt that couples staring at each other with a bit of lens flare looks rubbish. With that in mind we went with guns and gas masks..which is always the better option.