David Knight - 13th Aug 2013

CAMERIMAGE, The International Film Festival Of the Art of Cinematography, is making its last call for entries for the Music Video Competition at its 21st annual festival. 

The deadline is Monday August 19th, and entries from around the world are accepted. The selected works will be screened during the Festival (November 16th – 23rd) on a big screen of the festival’s centre - Opera Nova in Bydgoszcz, Poland. The music videos will be judged by an international jury comprising film and music industry professionals who will present two prestigious awards: Best Cinematography in a Music Video, and Best Music Video 

Last year’s jury (including legendary cinematographers Christopher Doyle and Ed Lachman, and chaired by music video pioneer Michael Lindsay-Hogg) picked Flying Lotus' Until The Quiet Comes (directed by Kahlil Jospeh, shot by Matthew J Lloyd) for the Best Cinematography in a Music Video, and Die Antwoord's  I Fink U Freeky (directed by Roger Ballen and Ninja, shot by Melle Van Essen) as Best Music Video. 

More details and an entry form can be found at the Camerimage website

David Knight - 13th Aug 2013

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