1. Peace “Money” (dir. Ninian Doff)

    One of my favorite directors, Ninian Doff, presents a corporate office where businessman communicate through increasingly complicated secret handshakes, before things really get weird.

    Peace “Money” (dir. Ninian Doff)

    One of my favorite directors, Ninian Doff, presents a corporate office where businessman communicate through increasingly complicated secret handshakes, before things really get weird.

  2. Ladybug and the wolf “Under my chair” (dir. Thomas Blanchard)

    This video is bursting with creativity employing double exposure photography (recently seen in Peach Kings "Be Around"), stop-motion animation and an array of video filters. Thomas Blanchard directs.

    Ladybug and the wolf “Under my chair” (dir. Thomas Blanchard)

    This video is bursting with creativity employing double exposure photography (recently seen in Peach Kings "Be Around"), stop-motion animation and an array of video filters. Thomas Blanchard directs.

  3. Fanfarlo “Cell Song” (dir. Ewan Jones Morris)

    Filmmaker and animator Ewan Jones Morris (who made last year’s excellent clip for Pinkunoizu’s “Moped”) created this super-charming stop-motion collage video culled from vintage science journals, encyclopedias and magazines.

    Fanfarlo “Cell Song” (dir. Ewan Jones Morris)

    Filmmaker and animator Ewan Jones Morris (who made last year’s excellent clip for Pinkunoizu’s “Moped”) created this super-charming stop-motion collage video culled from vintage science journals, encyclopedias and magazines.

  4. Hudson and Troop “Frameless” (dir. Andrew Goldsmith & Darcy Prendergast)

    Directors Andrew Goldsmith & Darcy Prendergast of Aussie collective Oh Yeah, Wow! helm this imaginative and emotional promo that follows a bright blue, deaf monster who communicates through sign language and struggles with depression and alienation.

    Hudson and Troop “Frameless” (dir. Andrew Goldsmith & Darcy Prendergast)

    Directors Andrew Goldsmith & Darcy Prendergast of Aussie collective Oh Yeah, Wow! helm this imaginative and emotional promo that follows a bright blue, deaf monster who communicates through sign language and struggles with depression and alienation.

  5. Booka Shade “Crossing Borders” (dir. Ryan Staake)

    After his excellent videos for “My Love" and "Tuna Melt”, director Ryan Staake is back with another innovative and highly entertaining video that features 360˚ panoramic views put through a globelike effect which creates some stunning, whimsical imagery.

    Booka Shade “Crossing Borders” (dir. Ryan Staake)

    After his excellent videos for “My Love" and "Tuna Melt”, director Ryan Staake is back with another innovative and highly entertaining video that features 360˚ panoramic views put through a globelike effect which creates some stunning, whimsical imagery.

  6. Liars “Mess on a Mission” (dir. Luis Cerveró)

    Liars have lots of fun with a green screen and an ever looping video of them walking backwards up a staircase in this highly inventive video from CANADA co-founder Luis Cerveró.

    Liars “Mess on a Mission” (dir. Luis Cerveró)

    Liars have lots of fun with a green screen and an ever looping video of them walking backwards up a staircase in this highly inventive video from CANADA co-founder Luis Cerveró.

  7. Mr. Little Jeans “Good Mistake” (dir. Ian & Cooper)

    Ian & Cooper deliver another brilliant video with this surreal clip for Mr. Little Jeans that follows a lonely, pill-popping truck driver who’s almost definitely going crazy. The visuals are spectacular, especially the long tracking shot in the convenience store at the video’s centerpiece.

    Mr. Little Jeans “Good Mistake” (dir. Ian & Cooper)

    Ian & Cooper deliver another brilliant video with this surreal clip for Mr. Little Jeans that follows a lonely, pill-popping truck driver who’s almost definitely going crazy. The visuals are spectacular, especially the long tracking shot in the convenience store at the video’s centerpiece.
  8. Kishi Bashi “Philosophize in It! Chemicalize with It!” (dir. Geoff Hoskinson)

    Geoff Hoskinson directs this beautifully animated, polychromatic video which matches Kishi Bashi’s exuberant track perfectly.

    Kishi Bashi “Philosophize in It! Chemicalize with It!” (dir. Geoff Hoskinson)

    Geoff Hoskinson directs this beautifully animated, polychromatic video which matches Kishi Bashi’s exuberant track perfectly.