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UK Music Video Awards 2016 - Panalux partners Best Cinematography in a Video award
Panalux – international market-leading provider of lighting facilities for film, television and media production – is demonstrating its support for British music video production once again by sponsoring the Best Cinematography in a Video award at the UK Music Video Awards 2016.
It’s the eighth year in succession that Panalux has sponsored the UKMVA for Best Cinematography – which recognizes outstanding work by a Director of Photography in a music video in the past year – reflecting the company's longstanding involvement with the UK music video industry.
Panalux offers the world of film, television and media production the very best in lighting rental equipment and associated facilities. The company also has the ability to provide creative solutions to the full spectrum of production types, regardless of size or genre, with an extensive inventory of modern equipment fully supported by a team of highly skilled professionals.
On the announcement of Panalux's continued partnership with UK Music Video Awards, George Martin, sales director for commercials & music videos, has said: "“Panalux are very proud to be longstanding supporters of the music video industry. This genre of filmmaking is a melting pot for creativity, innovation and vision, and we are delighted to once again participate in honouring the industry’s best.”
Panalux also now have a new product that is being made available for film, TV and media production: the next generation battery-powered LED Spring Ball - a multi-purpose, battery-powered soft light for use on set as a flexible source for practical or generic lighting. Chris Millard, Panalux group technical director says “This light is a direct response to client necessity. Our initial brief was a spring ball with no wires or cables and with LED panels. The real driver for this product is that it is completely wireless – no mains and no control wires.”
Panalux is the first announced partner of the UK Music Video Awards 2016, which is now open for entries in over 30 award categories covering creativity, technical achievement and individual excellence in music video in the UK and across the world in the past year.
Full information on all the categories and how to enter the awards can be found at ukmva.com. The deadline for entries is Tuesday, August 2nd.
The UK Music Video Awards 2016 takes place at the legendary Roundhouse in London on Thursday, October 20th 2016.
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