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Camerimage 2014: final deadline for music video entries on August 18th
The Music Video Competition at 22nd Camerimage, The International Film Festival Of the Art of Cinematography, is making its final call for entries.
The deadline for the Competition is next Monday, August 18th, with entries from around the world accepted for the competition that leads to selected works being screened during the Festival at the Opera Nova in Bydgoszcz, Poland, between November 15th – 23rd.
The music videos will be judged by an international jury comprising film and music industry professionals who will present two awards: Best Cinematography in a Music Video and Best Music Video.
Last year’s jury selected Ghostpoet's Cold Win - directed by Cyrille de Vignemont, with cinematography by Nicolas Loir – as winner of Best Cinematography in a Music Video; while Gesaffelstein's Pursuit – directed by Fleur & Manu, with cinematography again by Nicolas Loir – took the Best Music Video prize.
More details and an entry form can be found at the Camerimage website.
*Promo News is the Official Media Partner of Music Videos Competition at Camerimage Festival.
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