Promo News - 25th Oct 2018

CHILDISH GAMBINO’S ‘THIS IS AMERICA' WINS 3 AWARDS INCLUDING VIDEO OF THE YEAR

CANADA WIN BEST DIRECTOR

ZHANG+KNIGHT WIN BEST NEW DIRECTOR

SOMESUCH WIN BEST PRODUCTION COMPANY

DIVISION’S THEO GALL WINS BEST PRODUCER

2 AWARDS EACH FOR FLORENCE’S BIG GOD, SEVDALIZA'S SHAHMARAN & CHAKA KHAN’S LIKE SUGAR

YOUNG FATHERS WIN BEST ARTIST

CARRIE SUTTON WINS OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

The 11th annual UK Music Video Awards took place tonight (October 25th) at the Roundhouse in London, hosted by BUG frontman, and UKMVA regular host, Adam Buxton.

Over 30 awards were presented on the night - here's a full list of the winners.

Best Pop Video - UK
Dua Lipa - IDGAF
Director: Henry Scholfield

Best Rock Video - UK
Florence + The Machine - Big God
Director: Autumn de Wilde

Best Alternative Video - UK
alt-J - Pleader
Director: Isaiah Seret

Best Dance Video - UK
Jon Hopkins - Singularity
Director: Seb Edwards

Best Urban Video - UK
Jorja Smith - Blue Lights
Director: Olivia Rose

Best Pop Video - International
Rosalía - Malamente
Director: CANADA

Best Rock Video - International
Jack White - Corporation
Director: Jodeb

Best Alternative Video - International
Sevdaliza - Shahmaran
Director: Emmanuel Adjei

Best Dance Video - International
The Blaze - Queens
Director: The Blaze

Best Urban Video - International
Childish Gambino - This Is America
Director: Hiro Murai

Best Pop Video - Newcomer
Leyya - Wannabe
Director:  Rupert Höller

Best Rock Video - Newcomer
Idles - Colossus
Director: Will Hooper

Best Alternative Video - Newcomer
Badbadnotgood ft Samuel T Herring - I Don't Know
Director: Will Mayer

Best Dance Video - Newcomer
Kelly Lee Owens - Throwing Lines
Director: Kasper Häggström

Best Urban Video - Newcomer
Flohio - 10 More Rounds
Director: Duncan Loudon

Best Interactive Video
PUP - Old Wounds
Jeremy Schaulin-Rioux

Best Live Video in association with Procam
Justin Timberlake ft Chris Stapleton - Say Something
Director: Arturo Perez Jr

Best Live Concert
Biffy Clyro - MTV Unplugged (Live at Roundhouse, London)
Director: Sam Wrench

Best Production Design in a Video
King Krule - Biscuit Town
PD: Francesca Di Mottola

Best Styling in a Video in association with i-D
Years & Years - If You're Over Me
Stylist: Nick Royal, Emma Croft

Best Choreography in a Video
Florence + The Machine - Big God
Choreographer: Akram Khan, Florence Welch & Autumn de Wilde

Best Cinematography in a Video in association with Panalux
Childish Gambino - This Is America
DoP: Larkin Sieple

Best Colour Grading in a Video in association with CHEAT
Chaka Khan - Like Sugar
Colourist: Simon Bourne at Framestore

Best Editing in a Video in association with Cut+Run
Chaka Khan - Like Sugar
Editor: Fouad Gaber at Trim Editing

Best Visual Effects in a Video
Sevdaliza - Shahmaran
VFX: Mathematic (Guillaume Marien, Yann Aldabe, Fred Brandon, Vincent Heine)

Best Animation in a Video
Father John Misty - Please Don't Die
Animator: Chris Hopewell, Cadi Catlow, Henry Nicholson
 

Best Commissioner in association with The Mill
Andrew Law

Best Producer in association with Worldwide Production Agency
Théo Gall

Best Production Company
Somesuch

Best New Director in association with Time Based Arts
Zhang + Knight

Best Director in association with LEAP
CANADA

Best Artist
Young Fathers

Outstanding Achievement Award
Carrie Sutton

Backstage interviews the winners, produced by the team at WhatsUp TV, will be available to watch on the UKMVA Youtube channel from November 1st.

Promo News - 25th Oct 2018

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