Their official YouTube channel hosts not only their official videos but also has fan videos included in their playlists.
"Dayvan Cowboy" directed by Melissa Olson
The first official video, released online and in a promo DVD included with WarpMart pre-orders of Trans Canada Highway.
"Invocation" directed by Melissa Olson
Promo video for Trans Canada Highway and bonus feature on the Japanese release.
"Cosecha Signal One" directed by Neil Krug' featuring photography by David Myrick
Promo TV Ad for code 699742, featured on Cartoon Network's 'Adult Swim' / Loading Bay art gallery video projection.
"Tomorrow's Harvest" directed by Boards of Canada
Promo video for Tomorrow's Harvest.
"Reach For The Dead" directed Neil Krug'
Promo video of the "Reach For The Dead" single. First aired in Shibuya-ku Tokyo as part of the Tomorrow's Harvest viral marketing campaign.
Directed by Neil Krug'.
See also: Tomorrow's_Harvest_Viral_Marketing_Campaign#Lake_Dolores
"Pool" directed by Daniel Barber
"Kid For Today" from In a Beautiful Place Out in the Country used on a European BMW automobile ad featuring the 7-Series luxury sedan.
"Statistics" directed by Chris Cunningham
"The Color Of The Fire" and "5.9.78", used on a European Nissan automobile ad. "5.9.78" is not commercially available, but can be found on the bootleg A Few Old Tunes.
"Dayvan Cowboy", used on a American Nissan automobile ad. Nissan showcases the 2014 Altima.
"Quiet" directed by Chris Cunningham
"Untitled", used on a commercial for Telecom Italia, directed by Chris Cunningham, who is also well-known for his video work with Aphex Twin. This piece is not commercially available but a portion of this track seems to be sampled on "A Is To B As B Is To C" from the Geogaddi album. Coincidentally, the commercial features movie star Leonardo DiCaprio.
Directory of Photography's page
Harmony Korine has directed a series of Liberty Mutual commercials that began airing on TV in the US May 2009. The first two ads feature "Corsair" and the third one features "Ready Lets Go" by Boards of Canada.
Unfortunately these videos had to be removed due to a copyright complaint.
Nike's skateboarding division has uploaded a strange short film to YouTube. It features "Reach For The Dead" as its soundtrack.