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Promo News - 26th Sept 2017

The UK Music Video Awards have teamed up with War Child to present a screening of videos that have been nominated for this year's UKMVAs, followed by a conversation with nominated director Georgia Hudson. It's happening in London this Friday, September 29th at Ham Yard Theatre in Soho, and tickets are on sale now.

More than a dozen nominated videos will be screened in full at the screening, which is part of the War Child Film Festival which is screening music-based films from today, September 26th to October 6th in order to raise money to help children affected by conflict. Ticket sales for the UKMVAs Nominations Showcase will support the charity's vital work protecting children whose lives have been torn apart by war.

Tickets are just £12 for a screening of a cross-section of videos from different music genres that have all been nominated for the UK Music Video Awards 2017. That will be followed by a discussion between UKMVAs editorial director David Knight and Georgia Hudson (pictured below), one of Britain's leading music video directors who is nominated for Best Director at this year's awards.

Furthermore, there is also a screening of the Jonas Akerlund-directed concert film Rammstein: Paris – one of the films nominated in the UKMVAs' new Live Concert Film award - as part of the War Child Film Festival, at the Vue Piccadilly in London this coming Sunday, October 1st. Tickets are on sale now.

• Tickets for UKMVAs Nominations Showcase, plus discussion with Georgia Hudson here

Promo News - 26th Sept 2017

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