Using epic anamorphic lenses and flowing Steadicam movements, Ben Galster takes DN inside the precise planning of his thrilling one-shot music video.
Marco Santi tells DN how he smoothly juxtaposed the grimy environment of a working kitchen with the sensuality of dance in his Nother music video.
Ian Roderick Gray explains how his VFX team created the naturalistic, body horror inspired look of his protagonist's unusual condition.
VERSUS detail how they pulled together a fabulously chaotic, diesel fuelled smash fest of a music video for Party Dozen's latest track.
We speak to Sina Dolati about the lengthy learn on the job edit which transformed his innovative VR/360 music video into its slick accessible 2D version.
Iacopo Carapelli explains how he collaborated with his performers to create the painting-like physicality required for his tableau vivant music video.
Wendy Morgan speaks about the creative joy of long term collaboration as realised in her raw sensory music video for Lous and the Yakuza.
Zac Dov Wiesel divulges how he technically manifested the vivid and poppy feel of his vivacious NYC-based music video for Rodney Chrome.
Damo Yang recounts the economically contrasting yet equally intense productions of her music videos for both Roy Wang and Backspace.
We speak to director Sammy Rawal about celebrating everyone's favourite orange cheese slice in his hyper-stylized branded Kelis music video.
Krzysztof Skonieczny talks through deploying flowing Steadicam shots and black & white cinematography in a bleak evocation of a man's personal purgatory.
Leo Gorenshtein tells DN why he strives to embed multiple layers of meaning in his films to create viewing experiences which reward deeper contemplation.
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