Vision Entertainment

WATCH IT: Grizzly Bear "Yet Again" (Emily Kai Bock, dir.)

A figureskater breaks through the ice and into a cathartic journey of self-discovery that culminates in her childhood bedroom. If you're a fan of skating metaphors in music — and really, who isn't? — you might find yourself making quick connections to "The Thin Ice" and "River," or even "Trapped Under Ice" if you're a metalhead. --> watch "Yet Again" and check out an interview with Emily Kai Bock at The Creators Project

WATCH IT: Young Empire "White Doves" (Miles Jay, dir.)

Here's a cool idea: Instead of watching a video about other people grapping with their memories, what if you could watch something more relevant to your own memories. Director Miles Jay utilizes Facebook Connect to accomplish exactly that: Log into the "interactive" version of the video with your Facebook password, select your "closest friend" and all the photos in this video are replaced with photos of you and your friend. One bit of warning: Please be aware that some of these photos will be on fire, so maybe pick somebody you don't mind immolating in flames. Or, all you luddites/anti-Facebookers can just watch the non-interactive version embedded below. --> watch "White Doves" (Facebook Connect version)

QUICK CLIP: City And Colour "Weightless" (Marc Ricciardelli, dir.)

Light comes flooding in, often segmenting the performance like a supernatural horizontal, in this heavenly performance clip for City And Colour. --> watch "Weightless"

City And Colour"Weightless" (Dine Alone)Marc Ricciardelli, director | Chris Cunningham, producer | Vision Ent., production co | Simon Shohet, DP  | Geoff McLean, exec. producer 

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