UK Music Video Awards 2009 – all of last night’s winners!
SHYNOLA WIN VIDEO OF THE YEAR FOR COLDPLAY!
MARTIN DE THURAH SCOOPS BEST DIRECTOR AND BEST POP VIDEO!
DAWN SHADFORTH HONOURED WITH MVA ICON AWARD!
CAROLE BURTON FAIRBROTHER WINS OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD!
DAVID WILSON VOTED BEST NEW DIRECTOR!
All the winners at the UK MUSIC VIDEO AWARDS 2009, hosted by Adam Buxton at the Odeon West End, Leicester Square, London on October 13th 2009, are as follows:
Best Art Direction in a Video
Best Styling in a Video
Best Cinematography In A Video - in association with Panalux
Best Animation in a Video
Best Dance Video
Best Urban Video
Best Pop Video - in association with 3 Mills Studios
Best Budget Video - Pop, Dance, Urban
Best Budget Video - Rock, Indie, Alternative
Best Music Ad - TV or Online
Best Live Music Coverage - in association with Tuborg
The Innovation Award
Outstanding Achievement Award
Best Telecine in a Video
Best Editing in a Video
Best Visual Effects in a Video - in association with BEAM.TV
Best International Video - in association with MUZU.TV
Best Rock Video
Best Indie/Alternative Video
Best Producer - in association with sweet16
Best Commissioner - in association with Metropolis Studios Group
Tim Nash (Atlantic Records)
Martin de Thurah (Academy)
The Icon Award
Video Of The Year
|Art Director||Tom Gander The Kooks|
|Director||Martin De Thurah|
|Stylist||Aldene Johnson Florence & The Machine|
|Executive Producer||Lana Kim|
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