Boomtown Fair returned for a ninth instalment last month and, as always, Clockwise was there to capture all the action.
Does the world need a skateboarding competition where you are encouraged to dress up like an idiot and throw yourself down stairs? Maybe not, but Clockwise director Dan Higginson hosts it every year nonetheless…
Clockwise is proud to present A New Dawn, a 20-minute documentary about the future of UK nightlife.
Clockwise director Dan Higginson is hosting the third annual installment of the Fix Up skate film competition.
With the last ever Secret Garden Party this weekend and Boomtown fast approaching we are now deep in festival season. In no particular order, here are our top five festival films.
Peter Thompson recently completed his Marathons for the Mind challenge - running 44 marathons across 44 countries in 44 consecutive days.
We joined Mixmag and Coors Light on a year-long quest to find the UK’s best up-and-coming DJs and took them to an Ice Cave Rave in the French Alps.
Clockwise recently collaborated with Toni & Guy on an immersive catwalk show as part of the L'Oréal Colour Trophy Grand Final.
This year marks our fifth working on the L'Oréal Colour Trophy - the longest-running live hairdressing competition in the world.
In the last few weeks Clockwise has created a series of films aimed at capturing the scale of We Are FSTVL for anyone who is yet to experience it first hand.
Our new documentary, Christ Bearer: The Rapper Who Chopped His Penis Off, is released this week on BBC Three. Director Tim Crawley explains how the project came about.
Clockwise went down to the Campus Pool skatepark for the latest late-night lock-in session.
This week we launched our latest promo for We Are FSTVL, announcing three more festival stages - Terminal 2, Terminal 3, and the Aerodrome.
Peter Thompson has set himself a challenge. Forty-four marathons, 44 cities, in 44 consecutive days.