New Video directed by Courtney Phillips for Anne-Marie.
"I worked with Courtney Phillips who's really easy going and fun. I wanted the video to be playful and bold with a tinge of mischief, which he's captured perfectly. The song's about the uncertainties of dating - you know, like when you're not sure if that person is into you and it's all a bit too complex? Yeah, that!" - i-D Magazine.
Making a video for director/musician Yoann Lemoine aka Woodkid sounds like way more pressure than most jobs. Director Ryan Hope handles it perfectly, however, delivering short films for Absolut that celebrate the artistic proces with Wookid, graphic novelist Rafael Grampa, designer Yiquing Yin, and digital artist Aaron Koblin.
Some days, you gotta dance. Even if you've been placed against your will in a clinic to keep you from doing so. Aluna Charles channels her inner Lisa Rowe or Mac McMurphy (depending on what mood you're in) in this clip from herself and performing partner, and doctor in this case, George Reid.
Call this "Lights (Version 2.0)" with a bigger budget... and a WHOLE lotta lens flare. Ellie and her new friends take over an unoccupied airport runway to hold a different kind of rave, one with a slight sense of supernaturalism (particularly at the end).
A series of long, perfectly pitched tracking shots follow a woman through a factory until she feels the repercussions of something horrible that's happened to a loved one on the other side of the world.