The music video for 'Safia – Resolution' was shot as a short documentary following the life of Tuvshinjargal – a young woman living in Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia. The film portrays her struggle against the way others perceive her, and the extraordinary way that she is found to fight against those preconceptions.
Appearing in Phoenix, AZ at the National Council of La Raza’s annual conference, singer-songwriter duo Jesse & Joy premiered, “Un Besito Más,” the title track off their Grammy award-winning album, Un Besito Más. The emotionally-charged visual was directed by Colombian filmmaker Simón Brand and follows the harrowing narrative of one family’s undocumented journey and their sudden, tragic separation.
Bouha Kazmi’s eloquently executed music promo for Jamie Lawson’s track ‘Wasn’t Expecting That’ is a beautifully crafted tender film. Its combination of brilliant performances and gorgeous visuals make for a moving watch. The powerful narrative is composed of multiple scenes expertly cut together, exploring wonderful and sometimes sad moments of a couple’s life together. Bouha rose to prominence last year picking up bucket loads of awards for his promo “Tokyo” for The Ramona Flowers, as well as being nominated for a Young Director Award at Cannes.
Conor Maynard flaunts a luxurious lifestyle in his new video for 'Royalty', directed by Courtney Phillips. Set in an affluent underground club, the truth behind the club's dirty dealings begins to unfold...
Warner Music recording artists Ain’t No Love launched their new EP, Plummet, on Tuesday, March 10, 2015. To introduce the world to the music of Plummet, the band recruited award-winning director Indrani Pal-Chadhuri (David Bowie, Mariah Carey, Alicia Keys ) to Direct a phantasmagorical 10 minute video that features all of the record’s six tracks and an incredible 9:00 min long steadicam shot.
Libby Burke Wilde at The Blind Club has directed this intimate yet raucous gig by Royal Blood at The Harley in Sheffield, turning a thrilling live show into an excellent promo for Little Monster.
And Libby says the crowd only got more enthusiastic when they became aware the Blind Club - who were returning to their native Yorkshire for the show, having recently moved base from Leeds to London – were filming the show.