The Music Video Awards work to shine a spotlight on the next wave of music video making, ever so talented souls by noticing budget videos. Bringing together a mixture of professions, genres of music and a whole range of talents proves the Music Video Awards to be an event worth celebrating. Here’s a pick of the best music videos the awards had to offer(!!!)
Paolo Nutini – Iron Sky video picked up Best Pop Video and Best Cinematography in a Video for Iron Sky. Directed by Daniel Wolfe.
Best Alternative Video (UK) Winner was Atoms For Peace – Before Your Very Eyes. Directed by Andrew Thomas Huang.
Last Night in Paris – Pure won Best Urban Video (UK), which was directed by Karim Huu Do.
The Best Pop Video, on a budget, was The Correspondents – Fear and Delight. Directed by Naren Wilks.
Kid Wise – Hope and director Truman & Cooper won the Best Rock Video on a budget.
Best Art Direction and Design in a Video was in OK Go – Writing’s On The Wall. Where the art director was Ethan Tobman.
The Best Choreography in a Video was Peace – Money, which was choreographed by Supple Nam.
Brooke Candy – Opulence and stylist Nicola Formichetti took the prize for Best Styling in a Video.
VFX Artist: Adam Watson / Richard C Thomas / Annie Rowland / Bernardo Varela / Micheal Walton @ Electric Theatre Collective were involved in Alt-J – Hunger Of The Pine picking up the Best Visual Effects in a Video award.
James – Moving On won Best Animation in a Video, which was animated by Ainslie Henderson and Michael Huges.
Words: Eliza Frost