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UK Music Video Awards 2018: Cut+Run sponsoring Best Editing in a Video at the UKMVAs
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.
It's the second year running that Cut+Run have sponsored the Best Editing awards at the UKMVAs, the premier awards show celebrating the art and craft of music videos, reflecting the company's long association with music videos in London and beyond.
Toby Abbott, MD of Cut+Run London says: "I’m glad to announce Cut+Run's partnership with the UK Music Video Awards again this year, sponsoring the Best Editing category. It’s exciting to align ourselves with an awards body dedicated to honouring the craft behind the music video - an important aspect of the careers of new and established editors alike."
Established in London in 1997, Cut+Run is a multi-award winning edit house specializing in cutting short films, commercials, music videos and content. With studios in Los Angeles, New York, London, Austin and San Francisco, the company works with some of the industry’s most prolific directors on some of the industry’s most creative work.
It’s exciting to align ourselves with an awards body dedicated to honouring the craft behind the music video - an important aspect of the careers of new and established editors alike.
Toby Abbott, MD Cut+Run London
In their inaugural partnership last year, UKMVAs and Cut+Run presented Deep Cuts, an event that asked leading London editors to show and break down their work to an audience of industry members and film students, and a second Deep Cuts event is planned in the lead-up to the UKMVAs ceremony and party in October.
The announcement of Cut+Run's sponsorship of the Best Editing award comes as hte endtyr deadline for this year's UK Music Video Awards approaches. The deadline in over 30 categories covering Best Video, Technical Achievement, Individual and Company awards is next Wednesday, midnight (BST) August 1st.
Two phases of judging, starting with online voting, begins next month, and the nominations for the UK Music Video Awards 2018 will be announced in late September. The awards ceremony and afterparty will be held at legendary venue The Roundhouse on Thursday, October 25th.
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