Defunct Films have signed directors Robert Cairns and Neon Kiss to their director's roster.
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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.
illuminatrix, a new members' group of female DoPs, has called for gender equality in the field of cinematography in film production, including music videos, and launched a website that acts as a database of female DoPs.
MusicVidfest 2016 took place yesterday (November 9th) at the BFI Southbank, where proceedings began with Ninian Doff giving a whirlwind tour of his directing career thus far, Barnaby Laws of WPA gave a thought-provoking keynote address, and directors Dom & Nic and The Mill's Neil Davies revealed the innovation and ingenuity behind their award-winning video for Chemical Brothers' Wide Open.
The third annual MusicVidFest returns to the BFI Southbank tomorrow (Wednesday, November 9th), with a day of panels, talks and masterclasses on all things related to music video. And for the second year running, the day includes a session dedicated to Cinematography, including a panel of some of the best exponents of the art of cinematography who are currently working in the medium.