David Knight - 16th Feb 2012

The Sam Brown-directed video for Adele's Rolling In The Deep won the award for Best Short Form Music Video at the Grammy Awards last Sunday night (February 12th) - one of Adele's record-breaking haul of six awards on the night.

The video directed by Brown, and produced by Hannah Clark (nee Chandler) - who was in Los Angeles to pick up the award - was the final music video produced at Flynn Productions before the company closed last year. Mary Calderwood, former owner of Flynn, told Promo News: "It's a great highlight of Flynn's history. I'm very very proud."

Rolling In The Deep topped a shortlist comprising of Memory Tapes' Yes I Know, directed by Eric Epstein; OK Go's All Is Not Lost, directed by Itamar Kubovy, Damian Kulash Jr & Trish Sie; Radiohead's Lotus Flower, directed by Garth Jennings; Skillrex's First Of The Year (Equinox), directed by Tony Truand; and 'Weird Al' Yankovic's Perform This Way, directed by the artist.

The Rolling In The Deep has won a raft of awards since it was released at the turn of 2010/11, including Best Pop Video at the UK Music Video Awards last November.

The Best Long Form Music Video award winner at the 54th Grammy Awards, was Foo Fighters: Back And Forth, directed by James Moll.

David Knight - 16th Feb 2012

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