David Knight - 6th June 2014

Daniel Kragh-Jacobsen was the big winner at the inaugural Nordic Music Video Awards l, winning the Best Director award, and picking up Video of the Year for his video for Washed Out's All I Know, at the show held at the grand Sentrum Scene in Oslo, Norway ast Saturday (31st May). 

Over 500 videos were submitted to the NMVAs, with 30 videos nominated for one of the 8 prestigous awards. Norwegian director André Chocron took home the prizes for Best Art Direction for Cold Mailman’s My Recurring Dream and Best Editing for Emilie Nicolas’ Grown Up.

Danish duo Casper Balslev & Lasse Martinussen got the award for Best Performance (Artist) and Martin de Thurah won Best Post Production and Best Cinematography for James Blake.

The winners of Nordic Music Video Awards 2014:

Best Video:
Director: Daniel Kragh-Jacobsen for Washed Out – All I Know

Best Art Directon:
Director: André Chocron & AD: Kaja Raastad for Cold Mailman – My Recurring Dream

Best Director:
Director: Daniel Kragh-Jacobsen for Washed Out – All I Know

Best Post Producion:
Director: Martin de Thurah & Post: John Chads & Cat Scott for James Blake - Retrograde

Best Edit:
Director and Editor: André Chocron for Emilie Nicolas – Grown Up

Best Cinematography:
Director: Martin de Thurah & DOP: Martijn van Broekhuizen for James Blake – Retrograde

Best Performance (Artist):
Director: Casper Balslev & Lasse Martinussen for Rosemary – I Know

Best Performance (Actor):
Director: Daniel Kragh-Jacobsen; performers: Masam Holden & Ridge Canipe for Washed Out – All I Know

David Knight - 6th June 2014

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