1] RAAKH KO DHUA
Raakh Ko Dhua is built around a major recurring theme in the song: faces. The narrative depicts the life of an acid attack victim and a victim of domestic violence. We see the acid attack victim, not as a sad, angry or morose character but someone who believes in living her life to the fullest. Our idea was to represent her as a symbol of hope and inspiration, for all those victims in society that never come out. The victim of domestic violence is a smart, beautiful and successful woman and tries to show everyone that she is living a happy life, never letting anyone notice the abuse she repeatedly endures at home. A chance encounter with the acid attack victim at a pub gives her the strength and courage to come out to the world as a survivor. After all these brave people aren’t victims, but survivors.
2] RATKAY – LAY ALL YOUR LOVE ON ME
The song depicts how a woman wants her man to shower money on her to win her love for him.
3] RIDE A WAVE
Tommy Homonym invades a subplot from The Little Shop of Horrors in George Wada’s eccentric black-and-white musical adventure.
The most extreme musical artists in Israel, Static & Ben El Tavori, released a new song, “Namaste”. As usual, this time they turn in a slightly different musical direction – this time Reggae with Indian touch. The song depicts the various occasions and times when people greet each other with the word Namaste.
5] YOU DO NOT PERCEIVE
Iran, Islamic Republic of
A house with humans who have the appearance and body of a child. Every individual’s childish games have real bad extrinsic effects. Story: A lover who aims to revenge his beloved for betrayal, costumes himself like an adult killer! Killer, with bare hand, starts shooting at housemates in his dreams! After revenge, he releases his revenge and becomes an innocent child again! Lover’s sitting in the frame stands for lover’s love together with jealousy and feeling for possession. And coming out of the other frame stands for getting over one’s love and falling into other’s love.
6] A STORY OF MALEVOS – HOMO CROMATICUS
Music video of Homo Cromaticus band. Its sheer magic of instrumental melody where no words are used.