The tenth UK Music Video Awards, dedicated to celebrating the best work in music videos from the UK and around the world, has launched today (June 21st).
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It's that time of year again. This year's UK Music Video Awards is almost ready to launch, and entry to the biggest awards show for the greatest work in music video in the UK and beyond, will be open from tomorrow – June 21st 2017.
The ADCAN Awards 2017 is inviting young filmmakers to check out the briefs to make films for six inspiring charities, then make a film and enter it into the awards before the August deadline.
Now in its fourth year, for the first time the ADCAN Awards ceremony will be held in Los Angeles, where winners' workshops supported by leading production companies – including Partizan and Rattling Stick – will be among the prizes.
Daps, Director X, Kahlil Joseph and Hype Williams are among the directors up for awards at the BET Awards 2017, which will take place on June 25th.
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.