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UKMVAs 2018: Music Videos Shot on Film

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Cinelab London showcases the films processed in their lab this year

UKMVAs 2018: Music Videos Shot on Film

Music Videos have long been perceived as one of a director’s favourite creative outlets. They are a blank canvas on which to create a unique film for a new sound.

They have allowed filmmakers the opportunity to capture the cultural zeitgeist, conceive a piece of art, challenge convention or convey a big idea in one short film. And these films have the potential to be watched by thousands, sometimes even millions of fans. 
 
A staunch favourite medium for the music video director is celluloid film. With promos rolling through their doors on a day to day basis, Cinelab London showcase the best of the UKMVAs, shot on film and processed at their lab…

Rosalía – Malamente

35mm

Winner: Best Director
Winner: Best Pop Video – International
Shortlisted: Best Production Design in a Video
Shortlisted: Best Styling in a Video in Association with i-D


Director: CANADA
Production Company: CANADA
DOP: Dani Fernández Abelló

Jorja Smith – Blue Lights

16mm

Winner: Best Urban Video – UK


Director: Olivia Rose
Production Company: Mill+
DOP: Rina Yang

Nao – Another Lifetime

16mm

Shortlisted: Best Pop Video – UK


Director: ZHANG AND KNIGHT
Production Company: FRIEND
DOP: Norm Li


Arctic Monkeys – Four Out Of Five

16mm 

Shortlisted: Best Rock Video – UK


Directors: Ben Chappell & Aaron Brown
Production Company: FRIEND
DOP: Stuart Bentley

Young Fathers – Toy

35mm

Shortlisted: Best Editing in a Video in Association with Cut+Run


Director: Salomon Ligthelm
Production Company: Stink
DOP: Steve Annis

Kenzie – Dark July

16mm

Shortlisted: Best Pop Video – Newcomer


Director: Camille Summers-Valli
Production Company: Partizan
DOP: Maximilian Pittner

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Cinelab Film & Digital, Wed, 31 Oct 2018 16:00:19 GMT