David Knight - 31st July 2014

There’s less than one week left to enter the UK Music Video Awards 2014 – the deadline is next Wednesday, August 6th.

Entries are being made to over 30 categories this year - more than ever before at the UKMVAs, as the Individual Award categories - Best Director, Best Producer, Best New Director, Best Commissioner and, brand new for 2014, Best Video Artist – are added to the range of music genre, technical achievement and other categories that are being honoured at this year's event.

The music genre categories for Best Pop, Dance, Indie/Rock, Alternative and Urban – which include sub-categories for UK, international and budget videos – have seen entries pouring in from home and abroad. But there’s still time to get your videos in front of the judges.

In the technical categories, there is the usual wide range of awards to celebrate the art and craft of music video production – including art direction and design, choreography, cinematography, telecine, animation, visual effects and styling. Additional categories in contention include best live music coverage; best music ad (TV and online); best interactive video.

Full definitions of all the categories are available at ukmva.com/categories, and terms and conditions for the awards are here. Submission of entries - either for a video entry, or an individual - is also made via the UK Music Video Awards website, here

The cost of each entry is the same as last year - £65+VAT. If you’re in any doubt about the eligibility of your entry, or have any other queries, please contact the MVAs team on info@ukmva.com.

After the entry deadline, the first round of judging for the UK Music Video Awards 2014 will take place in August, a second round in September, and then the nominations for this year's UKMVAs will be announced in early October. The ceremony itself takes place at The Southbank Centre in London on Monday, November 10th. 

David Knight - 31st July 2014

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