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Camerimage music video competition nominations announced
The nominations have been announced for the Music Video Competition at the 21st Camerimage film festival, which will be held in Bydgoszcz, Poland from November 16th through 23rd. These music videos will be presented on a big screen at a special screening for the Jury and the festival audience on Thursday 21st November in the Festival Center - Opera Nova.
• Biting Elbows ‘BAD MOTHERFUCKER’
cinematographer: Sergey Valyaev | director: Ilya Naishuller
• Bonaparte ‘MANANA FOREVER’
cinematographer / director: Benjael Halfmaderholz
• Cold Mailman ‘MY RECURRING DREAM’
cinematographer: Audun Magnaes| director: André Chocron
• David Bowie ‘THE STARS (ARE OUT TONIGHT)’
cinematographer: Jeff Cronenweth| director: Floria Sigismondi
• Dizzee Rascal ‘BASSLINE JUNKIE’
cinematographer: Mathieu Plainfosse| director: Megaforce
• Gesaffelstein ‘PURSUIT’
cinematographer: Nicolas Loir| director: Fleur & Manu
• Ghostpoet ‘COLD WIN’
cinematographer: Nicolas Loir| director: Cyrille de Vignemont
• HEY ‘CO TAM?’
cinematographer: Michał Pukowiec| director: Dawid Krępski
• James Blake ‘RETROGRADE’
cinematographer: Martijn van Broekhuizen| director: Martin De Thurah
• Joel Compass ‘BACK TO ME’
cinematographer: Patrick Scola | director: Ian And Cooper
• Justin Timberlake ‘SUIT & TIE’ ft. JAY Z
cinematographer: Matthew Libatique | director: David Fincher
• Naughty Boy ‘LA LA LA’
cinematographer: Doug Walshe| director: Ian Pons Jewell
• Nick Cave ‘JUBILEE STREET’
cinematographer: Erik Wilson| director: John Hillcoat
• Sigur Ros ‘VALTARI’
cinematographer: Mattias Montero| director: Christian Larson
• Thirty Seconds To Mars ‘UP IN THE AIR’
cinematographer: David Devlin| director: Bartholomew Cubbins
• Woodkid ‘I LOVE YOU’
cinematographer: Arnaud Potier| director: Yoann Lemoine
The announcement of the winners of the Best Music Video and Best Cinematography prizes will be made during the festival’s closing ceremony on Saturday 23rd November.
Camerimage Festival will also feature 'Music Videos: The Master Class Series’, with presentations by acknowledged veteran music video filmmakers and talented representatives of the new generation, who will personally present their chosen music videos and talk about how they were made, what the idea behind them was, what the solutions used are, etc. Names of the speakers to be confirmed at a later date.
More information about Camerimage, the annual festival celebrating the art of cinematography, here.
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