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Plus Camerimage 2012: Die Antwoord wins Best Video, and Flying Lotus takes Best Cinematography

Plus Camerimage 2012: Die Antwoord wins Best Video, and Flying Lotus takes Best Cinematography

David Knight - 3rd Dec 2012

Die Antwoord's video for I Fink U Freaky(right), directed by Roger Ballen and Die Antwoord's DJ Ninja, won the Best Music Video award at Plus Camerimage 2012 last Saturday (December 1st), while Best Cinematography - the other award in the festival's Music Video competition - went to Matthew J Lloyd for his work on the Kahlil Joseph-directed promo for the Flying Lotus album Until The Quiet Comes (below).

Die Antwoord's video for <a href="http://www.promonews.tv/2012/02/14/die-antwoord-i-fink-u-freaky-by-roger-ballen-and-ninja/" target="_blank"><strong>I Fink U Freaky</strong></a>(right), directed by Roger Ballen and Die Antwoord's DJ Ninja, won the Best Music Video award at Plus Camerimage 2012 last Saturday (December 1st), while Best Cinematography - the other award in the festival's Music Video competition - went to Matthew J Lloyd for his work on the Kahlil Joseph-directed promo for the Flying Lotus album <a href="http://www.promonews.tv/2012/09/07/flying-lotus-until-the-quiet-comes-by-kahlil-joseph/" target="_blank"><strong>Until The Quiet Comes</strong></a> (below). The Music Video prizes were two of several awards handed out to winning films - both long- and short-form - at the awards ceremony which brought this year's Plus Camerimage - the film festival celebrating the art of cinematography, held in Bydgoszcz in Poland - to a close. Twenty <a href="http://www.pluscamerimage.pl/pc2010.phpdzial=102432&amp;sekcja=88" target="_blank">finalists</a> in the Music Video competition were screened to a packed auditorium last Thursday (November 29th) at the Opera Nova, the festival's main venue, including the Music Video Jury - led by Jury president Michael Lindsay-Hogg, who prior to the screening received the Music Video Pioneer Award for his music-based work in the 1960s - including music promos for The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who and others, TV show <em>Ready Steady Go</em>, The Rolling Stones' <em>Rock N Roll Circus</em> and The Beatles' feature documentary <em>Let It Be</em>. The Music Video Jury at the 20th Plus Camerimage festival was comprised of Michael Lindsay-Hogg, cinematographers Christopher Doyle, Christopher Soos, Edward Lachman and Tomasz Augustynek, Polish musician Piotr Magdi 'Glaca' Mohamed, Polish journalist and broadcaster Piotr Metz, and Promo News editor David Knight. <strong>Plus Camerimage 2012: <a href="http://www.pluscamerimage.pl/index.phplang=en" target="_blank">all the winners</a></strong> ,

The Music Video prizes were two of several awards handed out to winning films - both long- and short-form - at the awards ceremony which brought this year's Plus Camerimage - the film festival celebrating the art of cinematography, held in Bydgoszcz in Poland - to a close.

Die Antwoord's video for <a href="http://www.promonews.tv/2012/02/14/die-antwoord-i-fink-u-freaky-by-roger-ballen-and-ninja/" target="_blank"><strong>I Fink U Freaky</strong></a>(right), directed by Roger Ballen and Die Antwoord's DJ Ninja, won the Best Music Video award at Plus Camerimage 2012 last Saturday (December 1st), while Best Cinematography - the other award in the festival's Music Video competition - went to Matthew J Lloyd for his work on the Kahlil Joseph-directed promo for the Flying Lotus album <a href="http://www.promonews.tv/2012/09/07/flying-lotus-until-the-quiet-comes-by-kahlil-joseph/" target="_blank"><strong>Until The Quiet Comes</strong></a> (below). The Music Video prizes were two of several awards handed out to winning films - both long- and short-form - at the awards ceremony which brought this year's Plus Camerimage - the film festival celebrating the art of cinematography, held in Bydgoszcz in Poland - to a close. Twenty <a href="http://www.pluscamerimage.pl/pc2010.phpdzial=102432&amp;sekcja=88" target="_blank">finalists</a> in the Music Video competition were screened to a packed auditorium last Thursday (November 29th) at the Opera Nova, the festival's main venue, including the Music Video Jury - led by Jury president Michael Lindsay-Hogg, who prior to the screening received the Music Video Pioneer Award for his music-based work in the 1960s - including music promos for The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who and others, TV show <em>Ready Steady Go</em>, The Rolling Stones' <em>Rock N Roll Circus</em> and The Beatles' feature documentary <em>Let It Be</em>. The Music Video Jury at the 20th Plus Camerimage festival was comprised of Michael Lindsay-Hogg, cinematographers Christopher Doyle, Christopher Soos, Edward Lachman and Tomasz Augustynek, Polish musician Piotr Magdi 'Glaca' Mohamed, Polish journalist and broadcaster Piotr Metz, and Promo News editor David Knight. <strong>Plus Camerimage 2012: <a href="http://www.pluscamerimage.pl/index.phplang=en" target="_blank">all the winners</a></strong> ,

Twenty finalists in the Music Video competition were screened to a packed auditorium last Thursday (November 29th) at the Opera Nova, the festival's main venue, including the Music Video Jury - led by Jury president Michael Lindsay-Hogg, who prior to the screening received the Music Video Pioneer Award for his music-based work in the 1960s - including music promos for The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who and others, TV show Ready Steady Go, The Rolling Stones' Rock N Roll Circus and The Beatles' feature documentary Let It Be.

Die Antwoord's video for <a href="http://www.promonews.tv/2012/02/14/die-antwoord-i-fink-u-freaky-by-roger-ballen-and-ninja/" target="_blank"><strong>I Fink U Freaky</strong></a>(right), directed by Roger Ballen and Die Antwoord's DJ Ninja, won the Best Music Video award at Plus Camerimage 2012 last Saturday (December 1st), while Best Cinematography - the other award in the festival's Music Video competition - went to Matthew J Lloyd for his work on the Kahlil Joseph-directed promo for the Flying Lotus album <a href="http://www.promonews.tv/2012/09/07/flying-lotus-until-the-quiet-comes-by-kahlil-joseph/" target="_blank"><strong>Until The Quiet Comes</strong></a> (below). The Music Video prizes were two of several awards handed out to winning films - both long- and short-form - at the awards ceremony which brought this year's Plus Camerimage - the film festival celebrating the art of cinematography, held in Bydgoszcz in Poland - to a close. Twenty <a href="http://www.pluscamerimage.pl/pc2010.phpdzial=102432&amp;sekcja=88" target="_blank">finalists</a> in the Music Video competition were screened to a packed auditorium last Thursday (November 29th) at the Opera Nova, the festival's main venue, including the Music Video Jury - led by Jury president Michael Lindsay-Hogg, who prior to the screening received the Music Video Pioneer Award for his music-based work in the 1960s - including music promos for The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who and others, TV show <em>Ready Steady Go</em>, The Rolling Stones' <em>Rock N Roll Circus</em> and The Beatles' feature documentary <em>Let It Be</em>. The Music Video Jury at the 20th Plus Camerimage festival was comprised of Michael Lindsay-Hogg, cinematographers Christopher Doyle, Christopher Soos, Edward Lachman and Tomasz Augustynek, Polish musician Piotr Magdi 'Glaca' Mohamed, Polish journalist and broadcaster Piotr Metz, and Promo News editor David Knight. <strong>Plus Camerimage 2012: <a href="http://www.pluscamerimage.pl/index.phplang=en" target="_blank">all the winners</a></strong> ,

The Music Video Jury at the 20th Plus Camerimage festival was comprised of Michael Lindsay-Hogg, cinematographers Christopher Doyle, Christopher Soos, Edward Lachman and Tomasz Augustynek, Polish musician Piotr Magdi 'Glaca' Mohamed, Polish journalist and broadcaster Piotr Metz, and Promo News editor David Knight.

Die Antwoord's video for <a href="http://www.promonews.tv/2012/02/14/die-antwoord-i-fink-u-freaky-by-roger-ballen-and-ninja/" target="_blank"><strong>I Fink U Freaky</strong></a>(right), directed by Roger Ballen and Die Antwoord's DJ Ninja, won the Best Music Video award at Plus Camerimage 2012 last Saturday (December 1st), while Best Cinematography - the other award in the festival's Music Video competition - went to Matthew J Lloyd for his work on the Kahlil Joseph-directed promo for the Flying Lotus album <a href="http://www.promonews.tv/2012/09/07/flying-lotus-until-the-quiet-comes-by-kahlil-joseph/" target="_blank"><strong>Until The Quiet Comes</strong></a> (below). The Music Video prizes were two of several awards handed out to winning films - both long- and short-form - at the awards ceremony which brought this year's Plus Camerimage - the film festival celebrating the art of cinematography, held in Bydgoszcz in Poland - to a close. Twenty <a href="http://www.pluscamerimage.pl/pc2010.phpdzial=102432&amp;sekcja=88" target="_blank">finalists</a> in the Music Video competition were screened to a packed auditorium last Thursday (November 29th) at the Opera Nova, the festival's main venue, including the Music Video Jury - led by Jury president Michael Lindsay-Hogg, who prior to the screening received the Music Video Pioneer Award for his music-based work in the 1960s - including music promos for The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who and others, TV show <em>Ready Steady Go</em>, The Rolling Stones' <em>Rock N Roll Circus</em> and The Beatles' feature documentary <em>Let It Be</em>. The Music Video Jury at the 20th Plus Camerimage festival was comprised of Michael Lindsay-Hogg, cinematographers Christopher Doyle, Christopher Soos, Edward Lachman and Tomasz Augustynek, Polish musician Piotr Magdi 'Glaca' Mohamed, Polish journalist and broadcaster Piotr Metz, and Promo News editor David Knight. <strong>Plus Camerimage 2012: <a href="http://www.pluscamerimage.pl/index.phplang=en" target="_blank">all the winners</a></strong> ,

Plus Camerimage 2012: all the winners

Die Antwoord's video for <a href="http://www.promonews.tv/2012/02/14/die-antwoord-i-fink-u-freaky-by-roger-ballen-and-ninja/" target="_blank"><strong>I Fink U Freaky</strong></a>(right), directed by Roger Ballen and Die Antwoord's DJ Ninja, won the Best Music Video award at Plus Camerimage 2012 last Saturday (December 1st), while Best Cinematography - the other award in the festival's Music Video competition - went to Matthew J Lloyd for his work on the Kahlil Joseph-directed promo for the Flying Lotus album <a href="http://www.promonews.tv/2012/09/07/flying-lotus-until-the-quiet-comes-by-kahlil-joseph/" target="_blank"><strong>Until The Quiet Comes</strong></a> (below). The Music Video prizes were two of several awards handed out to winning films - both long- and short-form - at the awards ceremony which brought this year's Plus Camerimage - the film festival celebrating the art of cinematography, held in Bydgoszcz in Poland - to a close. Twenty <a href="http://www.pluscamerimage.pl/pc2010.phpdzial=102432&amp;sekcja=88" target="_blank">finalists</a> in the Music Video competition were screened to a packed auditorium last Thursday (November 29th) at the Opera Nova, the festival's main venue, including the Music Video Jury - led by Jury president Michael Lindsay-Hogg, who prior to the screening received the Music Video Pioneer Award for his music-based work in the 1960s - including music promos for The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who and others, TV show <em>Ready Steady Go</em>, The Rolling Stones' <em>Rock N Roll Circus</em> and The Beatles' feature documentary <em>Let It Be</em>. The Music Video Jury at the 20th Plus Camerimage festival was comprised of Michael Lindsay-Hogg, cinematographers Christopher Doyle, Christopher Soos, Edward Lachman and Tomasz Augustynek, Polish musician Piotr Magdi 'Glaca' Mohamed, Polish journalist and broadcaster Piotr Metz, and Promo News editor David Knight. <strong>Plus Camerimage 2012: <a href="http://www.pluscamerimage.pl/index.phplang=en" target="_blank">all the winners</a></strong> ,

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David Knight - 3rd Dec 2012

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