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Melina Matsoukas's New Orleans-set video for Beyoncé's Formation (above) won the Best Music Video award at Sunday's Grammy Awards.
The Radar Awards 2017 has launched, inviting entries from up-and-coming content creators worldwide.
The video for Massive Attack ft Young Fathers' Voodoo In My Blood, directed by Ringan Ledwidge and starring Rosalind Pyke, won Best Video in the Music Videos Competition at the 24th annual Camerimage Festival on Saturday.
The festival's other music video award, for Best Cinematography In A Video, went to Martin Ruhe for his work as DoP on the video for Mykki Blanco ft Woodkid's High School Never Ends, directed by Matt Lambert.
If you attended the UK Music Video Awards 2016 last Thursday, at some point you may have entered the Photopod – a supersized photobooth with interior decor by MVA16 artist REILLY– probably with a few friends, and possibly wearing a funny wig and oversized sunglasses.
Romain Gavras collected the Video Of The Year award for Jamie xx's Gosh, Ninian Doff won the Best Director, and special honours went to Vaughan Arnell and Mike O'Keefe at the ninth annual UK Music Video Awards on Thursday night (October 20th) at the Roundhouse in London.
JAMIE XX 'GOSH' WINS VIDEO OF THE YEAR
NINIAN DOFF WINS BEST DIRECTOR
VAUGHAN ARNELL WINS ICON AWARD
MIKE O'KEEFE WINS OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
So, at last - it's showtime!
The UK Music Video Awards 2016 takes place at legendary music venue The Roundhouse in London tonight (October 20th), where a packed house will celebrate the past year's achievements in music videos.
More than 30 awards will be handed out in a show presented by comedian, music video expert and regular UKMVAs host Adam Buxton.