Berlin Music Video Awards Announces 2016 Winners
lbbonline.com, 4 months ago
After four days of a music video marathon, prizes finally found their homes all around the world at this year's Berlin Music Video Awards. This year the festival achieved more entries than ever. Director Brandon Dermer entered the contest with a Golden Final Pass and won the Best Music Video award for No Butter on May 21, 2016. For his fantastic work, he was awarded a €3000 cash prize.
For its fourth edition, the BMVA festival has been bigger, stronger and louder than ever before. Over 2500 visitors from all around the world rushed to Gretchen and Columbia Theatre to attend the event. Guests and nominees enjoyed 121 music videos, live shows, workshops and mad after‐parties. The legendary Glittering Carpet and grand finale took place in the presence of music video scene’s top personalities, including Uwe Flade, Rob Myers and Little Big.
Best Performer - Edward Hayes-Neary at Pulse Films for Miike Snow's 'Genghis Kahn'
Best Experimental - Le Nezet & Jules Janaud at BIF for Azel Phara's 'Green'
Most Bizarre - Cyriak Harris for Run The Jewels' Meowpurrdy
Best Concept - Floris Kaayk at Studio Smack for De Staat's 'Witch Doctor'
Best Director - Colin Tilley at London Alley UK for Kendrick Lamar's 'Alright'
Best Editor - Martin Lorenz at Schall & Schnabel for Delta Q's 'ODE'
Best Visual Effects - Xavier Reye at Beanuts VFX & Mosaert for Stromae's 'Quancd C'est'
Most Trashy - Alina Pasok & Iliya Prusikin at Little Big Production for 'Big *ick'
Best Art Director - Susanne Frericks, Anton Riedel at FeedMee for Father and Sun's 'Here in the Rain'
Best Cinematography - Dawn Shadforth at Sonny London for Hurts' 'Lights'
Best Narrative - Noam Sharon & Tal Rosenthal at BlackBoard Studios for Benjamin's Brother's 'Story about a broken heart'
Best Song - Julian G Harding & Garth Lee Vickers at Harding & Brookes for Bro's 'Less Than Three'