Top edit house Cut+Run is partnering the UK Music Video Awards 2018, sponsoring the prestigious Best Editing in a Video award at this year's show in October.
UK Music Video Awards 2018: WPA sponsor Best Producer award again at UKMVAs
Worldwide Production Agency, leading representatives of film production professionals – including producers, cinematographers and production designers – are partnering with the UK Music Video Awards again for the tenth anniversary event in 2018.
WPA are sponsoring the Best Producer award at the UKMVAs for the third successive year - and it is their fourth year as sponsors overall.
Barnaby Laws, MD of WPA in London, says that he is delighted that the company is sponsoring Best Producer, one of the biggest awards of the night, at the biggest night of the year for everyone in the business of making music videos.
“Thrilled to be involved with the UKMVA’s again," says Laws. "It's a celebration of an area of the film industry that creativity and innovation are still of paramount importance, and long may it continue. Music Video is still so important and the UKMVA’s are where we see the best creatives, artists and production really flex their muscles to make the impossible happen.”
"Music Video is still so important and the UKMVA’s are where we see the best creatives, artists and production really flex their muscles to make the impossible happen." Barnaby Laws, MD of WPA London
WPA are the latest award sponsors to be announced for this year's UK Music Video Awards, which takes place at legendary venue The Roundhouse in London this coming October.
Entries are now open in over 30 categories – including Best Producer sponsored by WPA – at this year's UKMVAs, covering best video, technical achievement, and individual and company awards. There is now less than a month to go before the entry deadline on August 1st.
To enter the UKMVAs, go to the ukmva website to enter a video or film, or individual or company.
Two rounds of voting on the UKMVAs 2018 will run through August and September, with the nominations for this year's UK Music Video Awards announced in late September ahead of the ceremony and aftershow party on Thursday, October 25th.
• More information on the UK Music Video Awards 2018 here
CHEAT, the East London-based grading and finishing studio, is once again partnering this year's UK Music Video Awards, sponsoring the award for Best Colour Grading In A Video.
Procam, Europe’s largest digital cinematography hire facility, is partnering with the UK Music Video Awards, sponsoring the Best Live Video award at the UKMVAs 2018.
Post production house Loco is back on board as the UK Music Video Awards' post-production partner for the 10th anniversary show of the UKMVAs later this year - a role it has held since the …
FKA Twigs presents a surprising but nonetheless dazzling performance of her new song Cellophane.
Director/DoP Kristen Griffin's video for Chaouche's song Progression channels inspirations of Ophelia, Kate Bush, and Studio Ghibli - an atmospheric gothic fantasy that was …
Big Heath bounces into people, and takes over their bodies - having more fun in some than he does in others - in this rollicking vehicle for the lovable London rapper's new tune Bouncy, …
This is a problematic and disturbing video for Heavyweight Records' newest recruits Sludge by Norwegian director Kenneth Karlsbad.
GIRLI returns with this entertaining song-and-dance interpretation of her violent moodswings directed by regular collaborator Vasilisa Forbes.
Twenty-five years ago, Soul Asylum's Runaway Train music video aired on MTV. Moving and gritty, the video directed by Tony Kaye showed images of actual missing children, 21 of whom were …