Division's Alex Courtès teams up with Sean Paul and Major Lazer in this killer and larger than life video. Starring throughout the video, Alex finds himself facing many a challenge trying to capture the video. Featuring cameo performances by legendary DoP Simon Chaudoir, "Tip Pon It" is a laugh out loud ride that filmmakers will more than appreciate.
"A Good Night" by John Legend ft. Bloodpop, directed by Mishka Kornai, is about a magical night where two people immediately fall in love in the age of dating apps. The night transforms into a fantasy future where our couple sees themselves getting married. The video was shot using twenty-three Google Pixel 2 phones over the course of 14 hours.
"Aries", directed by Ben Newman returns with one of the most iconic and stylish performance videos of 2018. Hip-hop heavyweights Pharrell Williams, Mike Will Made iT, Quavo, Big Sean and Rae Sremmurd perform on planet ARIES amidst alien natives. The video also features the new BMW i8 convertible and some incredible VFX from Carbon in LA.
"Miss Smith" by Moodoïd, directed by Nick Roney, is a meta performance piece that takes you behind the scenes of its own casting to show the raw and unrehearsed reactions to the song for the first time.
You can read about how Nick was inspired for the video here: http://directorsnotes.com/2018/03/28/nick-roney-miss-smith/
"Alive" by Lil Jon ft. Offset & 2 Chainz, directed by Elliott Sellers and co-directed by VFX artist Erik Ferguson, is a surrealist dream that explores the world of excess and luxury that rappers live in.
"Polygon Pulse" by Maceo Plex, directed by Joe Sill, is a Mad Max inspired futuristic adventure set in a post-apocalyptic wasteland where a young man has to make a dangerous pilgramage to deliver a mysterious package.
D SAVAGE and homies hop in a whip on a psychedelic, leaned out adventure through Los Angeles. Directed by Pasqual Gutierrez the video mixes hyper stylized footage with candid, night-in-the-life style footage that feels like it’s been filmed by D Savage himself with his friends.
Andrew Donoho teams up with Jai Wolf once again to create this touching video centring around themes of loss and nostalgia within the imagination of a child.