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The story so far: It's May, and there's a three day music video festival going on in Berlin. Our man in the German capital, Luke Bather has thoroughly checked out the first two days of screenings and awards-giving. It's been hot and sticky (sound familiar?), and it's been interesting. Could it get even stickier, and more interesting? Yes, it certainly could...
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).
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.
Straight 8, the long-running Super 8mm film competition, has got together with the APA to challenge British ad industry companies to make their own films on one reel of Super 8mm cartridge, which will be shown for the first time at a screening during the advertising festival at Cannes next week.
Last month, the Berlin Music Video Awards marked its fifth year in operation, in which time the festival has grown from humble beginnings into an event spanning several days and welcoming over 5,000 guests from all over the world. Their ethos is simple: everyone is welcome, regardless of language, budget or label. This is artistic inclusivity Berlin-style. So, of course we had to go and check it out.
Give Me Future, Austin Peters' acclaimed film documenting Major Lazer's landmark concert in Cuba last year, is being screened for the first time in the UK this week at Sheffield Doc/Fest, and in a private screening at MPC in London on Thursday.