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UK Music Video Awards: Panalux sponsoring Best Cinematography In A Video at MVAs 09
Panalux, international market-leading provider of lighting facilities for the film and TV industry, is sponsoring the Best Cinematography in a Video award at the 2009 UK Music Video Awards.
Panalux was created from the merger between AFM Lighting and LEE Lighting two years ago, and therefore has longstanding involvement in the British music video industry - and with many of the DoPs who will be contending for the Best Cinematography MVA - in its current and previous incarnations.
As with all other awards in the technical achievement categories - Animation, Art Direction, Editing, Styling, Telecine and Visual Effects - the Best Cinematography in a Video award honours an individual - either British, or non-British working on a UK-commissioned work - for their work in one video.
The MVAs are currently accepting entries for all awards in the technical achievement categories - including the best cinematography in a video prize -best video categories, and more. Entry forms for all award categories and more details are available from the MVAs website. All work must have been completed between August 1st 2008 and July 31st 2009, and the deadline for entries is Thursday, August 13th.
The MVAs, honouring the very best work in British music videos in the past year, takes place at Odeon West End in Leicester Square, London on October 13th.
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