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Winners announced of Mishmash, Getty Images' music video remix competition

Winners announced of Mishmash, Getty Images' music video remix competition

David Knight - 18th Nov 2009

David Hopkinson and Tommy Lius have been announced as the winners of Mishmash 2009, Getty Images' music video remix competition. David Hopkinson has won the UK and Ireland prize for his film Flash Forward (And Back), while Tommi Lius won the Northern Europe prize for Glitchmindly.

David Hopkinson and Tommy Lius have been announced as the winners of Mishmash 2009, Getty Images' music video remix competition. David Hopkinson has won the UK and Ireland prize for his film <em>Flash Forward (And Back)</em>, while Tommi Lius won the Northern Europe prize for <em>Glitchmindly</em>. All the entrants of Mishmash competition were required to create 'remix' videos from at least 50% of footage supplied by Getty Images, and up to five of the audio tracks supplied by Pump Audio. David Hopkinson's winning video is uses footage from the Getty Archive with an interview with hip-hop pioneer Grandmaster Flash as its central focus. <p/> <p/> And here are some other entries from the Mishmash competition that grabbed the attention of Promo News... <p/> During a multiplication experiment some newly-hatched numbers start behaving randomly. Follow the adventures of these freedom-loving disco digits. As one of the comments puts succinctly: "good fun of sex,violence and war" An infectious baile funk beat hits radios worldwide liberating dancefloors, bedrooms and beaches - by Oliver Durant, a London-based animator "with an interest in editing, booty shaking and Brazilian funk." And all of the entries for the 2009 Mishmash competition can be found <a href="http://mishmash.gettyimages.com/work/">here</a>.

All the entrants of Mishmash competition were required to create 'remix' videos from at least 50% of footage supplied by Getty Images, and up to five of the audio tracks supplied by Pump Audio.

David Hopkinson and Tommy Lius have been announced as the winners of Mishmash 2009, Getty Images' music video remix competition. David Hopkinson has won the UK and Ireland prize for his film <em>Flash Forward (And Back)</em>, while Tommi Lius won the Northern Europe prize for <em>Glitchmindly</em>. All the entrants of Mishmash competition were required to create 'remix' videos from at least 50% of footage supplied by Getty Images, and up to five of the audio tracks supplied by Pump Audio. David Hopkinson's winning video is uses footage from the Getty Archive with an interview with hip-hop pioneer Grandmaster Flash as its central focus. <p/> <p/> And here are some other entries from the Mishmash competition that grabbed the attention of Promo News... <p/> During a multiplication experiment some newly-hatched numbers start behaving randomly. Follow the adventures of these freedom-loving disco digits. As one of the comments puts succinctly: "good fun of sex,violence and war" An infectious baile funk beat hits radios worldwide liberating dancefloors, bedrooms and beaches - by Oliver Durant, a London-based animator "with an interest in editing, booty shaking and Brazilian funk." And all of the entries for the 2009 Mishmash competition can be found <a href="http://mishmash.gettyimages.com/work/">here</a>.

David Hopkinson's winning video is uses footage from the Getty Archive with an interview with hip-hop pioneer Grandmaster Flash as its central focus.

David Hopkinson and Tommy Lius have been announced as the winners of Mishmash 2009, Getty Images' music video remix competition. David Hopkinson has won the UK and Ireland prize for his film <em>Flash Forward (And Back)</em>, while Tommi Lius won the Northern Europe prize for <em>Glitchmindly</em>. All the entrants of Mishmash competition were required to create 'remix' videos from at least 50% of footage supplied by Getty Images, and up to five of the audio tracks supplied by Pump Audio. David Hopkinson's winning video is uses footage from the Getty Archive with an interview with hip-hop pioneer Grandmaster Flash as its central focus. <p/> <p/> And here are some other entries from the Mishmash competition that grabbed the attention of Promo News... <p/> During a multiplication experiment some newly-hatched numbers start behaving randomly. Follow the adventures of these freedom-loving disco digits. As one of the comments puts succinctly: "good fun of sex,violence and war" An infectious baile funk beat hits radios worldwide liberating dancefloors, bedrooms and beaches - by Oliver Durant, a London-based animator "with an interest in editing, booty shaking and Brazilian funk." And all of the entries for the 2009 Mishmash competition can be found <a href="http://mishmash.gettyimages.com/work/">here</a>.

And here are some other entries from the Mishmash competition that grabbed the attention of Promo News...

David Hopkinson and Tommy Lius have been announced as the winners of Mishmash 2009, Getty Images' music video remix competition. David Hopkinson has won the UK and Ireland prize for his film <em>Flash Forward (And Back)</em>, while Tommi Lius won the Northern Europe prize for <em>Glitchmindly</em>. All the entrants of Mishmash competition were required to create 'remix' videos from at least 50% of footage supplied by Getty Images, and up to five of the audio tracks supplied by Pump Audio. David Hopkinson's winning video is uses footage from the Getty Archive with an interview with hip-hop pioneer Grandmaster Flash as its central focus. <p/> <p/> And here are some other entries from the Mishmash competition that grabbed the attention of Promo News... <p/> During a multiplication experiment some newly-hatched numbers start behaving randomly. Follow the adventures of these freedom-loving disco digits. As one of the comments puts succinctly: "good fun of sex,violence and war" An infectious baile funk beat hits radios worldwide liberating dancefloors, bedrooms and beaches - by Oliver Durant, a London-based animator "with an interest in editing, booty shaking and Brazilian funk." And all of the entries for the 2009 Mishmash competition can be found <a href="http://mishmash.gettyimages.com/work/">here</a>.

During a multiplication experiment some newly-hatched numbers start behaving randomly. Follow the adventures of these freedom-loving disco digits.

David Hopkinson and Tommy Lius have been announced as the winners of Mishmash 2009, Getty Images' music video remix competition. David Hopkinson has won the UK and Ireland prize for his film <em>Flash Forward (And Back)</em>, while Tommi Lius won the Northern Europe prize for <em>Glitchmindly</em>. All the entrants of Mishmash competition were required to create 'remix' videos from at least 50% of footage supplied by Getty Images, and up to five of the audio tracks supplied by Pump Audio. David Hopkinson's winning video is uses footage from the Getty Archive with an interview with hip-hop pioneer Grandmaster Flash as its central focus. <p/> <p/> And here are some other entries from the Mishmash competition that grabbed the attention of Promo News... <p/> During a multiplication experiment some newly-hatched numbers start behaving randomly. Follow the adventures of these freedom-loving disco digits. As one of the comments puts succinctly: "good fun of sex,violence and war" An infectious baile funk beat hits radios worldwide liberating dancefloors, bedrooms and beaches - by Oliver Durant, a London-based animator "with an interest in editing, booty shaking and Brazilian funk." And all of the entries for the 2009 Mishmash competition can be found <a href="http://mishmash.gettyimages.com/work/">here</a>.

As one of the comments puts succinctly: "good fun of sex,violence and war"

David Hopkinson and Tommy Lius have been announced as the winners of Mishmash 2009, Getty Images' music video remix competition. David Hopkinson has won the UK and Ireland prize for his film <em>Flash Forward (And Back)</em>, while Tommi Lius won the Northern Europe prize for <em>Glitchmindly</em>. All the entrants of Mishmash competition were required to create 'remix' videos from at least 50% of footage supplied by Getty Images, and up to five of the audio tracks supplied by Pump Audio. David Hopkinson's winning video is uses footage from the Getty Archive with an interview with hip-hop pioneer Grandmaster Flash as its central focus. <p/> <p/> And here are some other entries from the Mishmash competition that grabbed the attention of Promo News... <p/> During a multiplication experiment some newly-hatched numbers start behaving randomly. Follow the adventures of these freedom-loving disco digits. As one of the comments puts succinctly: "good fun of sex,violence and war" An infectious baile funk beat hits radios worldwide liberating dancefloors, bedrooms and beaches - by Oliver Durant, a London-based animator "with an interest in editing, booty shaking and Brazilian funk." And all of the entries for the 2009 Mishmash competition can be found <a href="http://mishmash.gettyimages.com/work/">here</a>.

An infectious baile funk beat hits radios worldwide liberating dancefloors, bedrooms and beaches - by Oliver Durant, a London-based animator "with an interest in editing, booty shaking and Brazilian funk."

David Hopkinson and Tommy Lius have been announced as the winners of Mishmash 2009, Getty Images' music video remix competition. David Hopkinson has won the UK and Ireland prize for his film <em>Flash Forward (And Back)</em>, while Tommi Lius won the Northern Europe prize for <em>Glitchmindly</em>. All the entrants of Mishmash competition were required to create 'remix' videos from at least 50% of footage supplied by Getty Images, and up to five of the audio tracks supplied by Pump Audio. David Hopkinson's winning video is uses footage from the Getty Archive with an interview with hip-hop pioneer Grandmaster Flash as its central focus. <p/> <p/> And here are some other entries from the Mishmash competition that grabbed the attention of Promo News... <p/> During a multiplication experiment some newly-hatched numbers start behaving randomly. Follow the adventures of these freedom-loving disco digits. As one of the comments puts succinctly: "good fun of sex,violence and war" An infectious baile funk beat hits radios worldwide liberating dancefloors, bedrooms and beaches - by Oliver Durant, a London-based animator "with an interest in editing, booty shaking and Brazilian funk." And all of the entries for the 2009 Mishmash competition can be found <a href="http://mishmash.gettyimages.com/work/">here</a>.

And all of the entries for the 2009 Mishmash competition can be found here.

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