Dir: Carlos Lopez Estrada
The realities of samurai fighting have never been so well realised.
Dir: Darcy Prendergast & Josh Thomas
Much can go wrong when using visual effects and this clip exemplifies them all. ‘Ok Yeah Wow’ are producing some of the best music videos in Australia, this one is no exception.
Nine separate animators with distinct and very different styles interpret the themes of this song to produce this video.
Dir: Bob Gallagher
Techno and autopsies, only a music video could bring the two together with so much style.
Dir: Guillaume Panariello
An amazing 'single take' video that took 5 seconds to film at 1000 FPS from a car driven at 50km/h.
Dir: Matt Devine
Hats off to anyone that covers a Metal Vocalist in hot pink and still gets away with it looking brutal as fuck.
Dir: Floris Kaayk & Torre Florim
Another great 'single take' video with a Behind the Scenes that makes it all the more impressive.
Dir: Truman & Cooper
All emotion & storytelling in this video that sees a car drive through the memories of a brother & sister's abusive upbringing at the hands of their Father, as they travel to pick him up from Jail.
Dir: Damian Nenow
Taken from the short 'Paths of Hate' the music video adds an 80s vibe with animation reminiscent of the dark intensity in the ‘flower’ scene from Pink Floyd’s The Wall.
Dir: Johan Renck
Despite the mixed critical response to the video, Bowie continues to deliver at the very least, another memorable video. "★" directed by Johan Renck, the sometimes Breaking Bad director and creator of The Last Panthers, the clip has an impressive length for a video that does away with narrative and a bold confidence to let the audience piece it together.