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23rd Camerimage Film Festival calls for music video entries
Camerimage – the International Film Festival Of the Art of Cinematography – is now accepting entries for its annual Music Videos competition.
As usual, Camerimage will present two music video awards at this year's festival, which takes place from 14th to 21st November in Bydgoszcz, Poland: Best Cinematography in a Music Video, and Best Music Video.
The entry deadline is 17th August 2015, and the nominations will be announced on 5th October. Camerimage accepts entries from around the world, and the nominated works will be screened during the Festival on a big screen at the festival centre, Opera Nova.
The music videos will be judged by an international jury comprising film and music industry professionals who will present the two awards. Last year’s jury was chaired by legendary cinematographer Ed Lachman, with a panel comprised of Nancy Schreiber (cinematographer), Matthew Libatique (cinematographer), Hans Peter Bushoff (Sony Music), Michael Seresin (cinematographer) and Roman Vasyanov (cinematographer). The jury selected Robbie Ryan for his work on the Daniel Wolfe-directed video for Paolo Nutini's Iron Sky as the winner of the Best Cinematography award, while DANIELS-directed video for DJ Snake & Lil Jon's Turn Down For What”, shot by Larkin Sieple, won Best Video.
Camerimage Music Video Competition is also accompanied by “Music Videos: The Master Class Series” where outstanding professionals present their best videos and share their experience with the attendees.
• Details about the Camerimage Music Video Competition, and an entry form can be found here
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