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UK Music Video Awards 2018: Time Based Arts sponsors Best New Director at UKMVAs
For the second year running, Time Based Arts, one of London's top visual effects companies, is on board as a partner of the UK Music Video Awards, sponsoring one of the most prestigious awards at the UKMVAs 2018: Best New Director.
Simone Grattarola, head of colour at Time Based Arts, says that the company is delighted to be sponsoring the award for the second successive year. "Music inspires everyone and feeds artists to continue making great videos," says Grattarola. "As a creative-led and independently-owned company we support young filmmakers in realising their vision. The New Director Award recognises the talented new generation of creators and innovators and we are proud to sponsor the award again this year.”
Founded in 2009 by Flame artists Mike Skrgatic and James Allen, the Shoreditch-based company has firmly established a reputation for stellar visual effects and colour grading, working in commercials, film, TV and music videos.
The facility has always consistently welcomed music video creators for grading and VFX work, and recent projects have included the videos for Arctic Monkeys' Four Out Of Five, Bipolar Sunshine's Easy To Do, Alt-J's Pleader and Sevdaliza's Hear My Pain Heal.
Time Based Arts is supporting the UK Music Video Awards 2018 in celebrating the best in British and international music video creatitivity, and which is now accepting entries in over 30 categories including Best New Director at ukmva.com until midnight (BST) on Wednesday, August 1st.
Judging on the UKMVAs 2018 will commence in August, with the nominations announced in late September. This year's ceremony taking place at the legendary Roundhouse in London on Thursday October 25th. Find out more about the UKMVAs here.
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