A sample of the best music videos from the past year. Featuring international, indie heavy weights, and local clips.
Dirty old men revel on the beach with what they think are beautiful, topless women.
Collage art and found footage create a nostalgic yet avant-garde look at Americana.
An animated throwback to the 1970s amid the crazy hustle and bustle of the New York City subways.
A modern dancer shows us what’s beneath in this computer-generated stunner.
A man, a girl and a monster wander through the dark.
Danny Brown invites us into his Detroit home.
Akin to a 1990s-era screensaver, this mature lo-fi animation pushes the boundaries.
A Thai ice factory serves as the backdrop for a hypnotic experience in monochrome.
Animator and DFF alumna Laura Goldhamer returns with her patented whimsical style to feature one of Colorado’s top bands.
This strikingly beautiful avant-garde piece allegorically presents the strong emotions inherent in all close relationships.
The image of a knife penetrating fruit is just part of this exceedingly sensual clip.
A bored 1980s housewife explores her hidden fantasies at a mommies' night get-together.
When a young woman and her boyfriend get into an argument on her birthday, they turn to other paramours to salvage the evening.
Consumer culture and impossible beauty standards are lampooned in Mai Lan’s subversive, catchy electro-pop tune.
A bank robbery goes awry in a single take.
Young love in an urban setting complements Mura Masa’s heartwarming ballad.
The longing of missed connections pulls at the heartstrings in NAO’s video.
Otherworldly entities of the forest defy gravity in this visually lush video.
Karaoke combined with backhoes dancing.
Some head-spinning animation with mouth lasers.
A Victorian house and a barren desert set the scene for a dancing couple and a poppy tune from Unknown Mortal Orchestra.
A haunting Lynchian portrayal of a starlet past her prime.
DFF alum Joseph Kolean presents a visual nature poem.
Part two of Yeasayer’s planetary adventure.
Featured in Filmmaker Magazine’s “25 Filmmakers to Watch” this year, New Media Limited’s diptych animated space odyssey is a mini-epic.