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BBC Music Video Festival 2012: Ixabo, Vaetxh, No One Remains Virgin, Piatcions

Sam Hill - 26th July 2012

It's time again for another look at the submissions to The BBC Music Video Festival 2012. With everyone in the Olympic spirit, we thought we'd take a brief look at some of our international entries, before we carry on looking at the UK's regional content.

It's time again for another look at the submissions to The BBC Music Video Festival 2012. With everyone in the Olympic spirit, we thought we'd take a brief look at some of our international entries, before we carry on looking at the UK's regional content. From Israel, we have 2012 Eurovision entrants Izabo with their endearing fusion of stop-motion and time-lapse that they've decided to call "nonstop motion". It's nice to great a street's eye view of Tel Aviv, with some excellent location shots and a good handful of charm. http://www.youtube.com/watchv=rQ1jkbQOfUM&amp;feature=player_embedded I've no idea how Bristol based electronic musician Vaetxh met with German artist and animator Henning M. Lederer, but I'm glad it happened. The monochrome, almost etching like nature of the visuals really click with the glitch and shuffle of Vaetxh. <strong>Vaetxh<br/>Mass (King Deluxe)<br/>Visuals: Henning M. Lederer <br/>Visual Assistant: Charlotte J. Vogel</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=c7NI1Xh0fwA&amp;feature=player_embedded If you like your animation odder and infinitely more sexual, then maybe Under the Lion's Crouch by No One Remains Virgin is more your cup of tea. From China, it's one of the odder things you'll see this week. <strong>No One Remains Virgin<br/>Under the Lion's Crouch<br/>Directed by WongPing</strong> And finally for today, we've got Thee Piatcions comic tale of intergalactic love from Italy, which exudes 80's fam'ly sci-fi, and features the band playing in the stars. As you do. <strong>Thee Piatcions<br/>As Seen Through a Telescope (Blame the Parents Records)<br/>Directed by: Carlotta Cardana &amp; Marcos Villaseñor</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=dnTy_icbqcw&amp;feature=player_embedded More info about The BBC Music Video Festival, including submissions info can be found <a href=" http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcmusic/2012/06/bbc_music_video_festival_set_f.html&lt;br /&gt;"><strong>here</strong></a>. <strong>The submissions deadline is the 1st August.</strong> <em>Sam Hill</em> <strong>? Sam Hill is producer of the BBC Music Video Festival 2012</strong>

From Israel, we have 2012 Eurovision entrants Izabo with their endearing fusion of stop-motion and time-lapse that they've decided to call "nonstop motion". It's nice to great a street's eye view of Tel Aviv, with some excellent location shots and a good handful of charm.

It's time again for another look at the submissions to The BBC Music Video Festival 2012. With everyone in the Olympic spirit, we thought we'd take a brief look at some of our international entries, before we carry on looking at the UK's regional content. From Israel, we have 2012 Eurovision entrants Izabo with their endearing fusion of stop-motion and time-lapse that they've decided to call "nonstop motion". It's nice to great a street's eye view of Tel Aviv, with some excellent location shots and a good handful of charm. http://www.youtube.com/watchv=rQ1jkbQOfUM&amp;feature=player_embedded I've no idea how Bristol based electronic musician Vaetxh met with German artist and animator Henning M. Lederer, but I'm glad it happened. The monochrome, almost etching like nature of the visuals really click with the glitch and shuffle of Vaetxh. <strong>Vaetxh<br/>Mass (King Deluxe)<br/>Visuals: Henning M. Lederer <br/>Visual Assistant: Charlotte J. Vogel</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=c7NI1Xh0fwA&amp;feature=player_embedded If you like your animation odder and infinitely more sexual, then maybe Under the Lion's Crouch by No One Remains Virgin is more your cup of tea. From China, it's one of the odder things you'll see this week. <strong>No One Remains Virgin<br/>Under the Lion's Crouch<br/>Directed by WongPing</strong> And finally for today, we've got Thee Piatcions comic tale of intergalactic love from Italy, which exudes 80's fam'ly sci-fi, and features the band playing in the stars. As you do. <strong>Thee Piatcions<br/>As Seen Through a Telescope (Blame the Parents Records)<br/>Directed by: Carlotta Cardana &amp; Marcos Villaseñor</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=dnTy_icbqcw&amp;feature=player_embedded More info about The BBC Music Video Festival, including submissions info can be found <a href=" http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcmusic/2012/06/bbc_music_video_festival_set_f.html&lt;br /&gt;"><strong>here</strong></a>. <strong>The submissions deadline is the 1st August.</strong> <em>Sam Hill</em> <strong>? Sam Hill is producer of the BBC Music Video Festival 2012</strong>

http://www.youtube.com/watchv=rQ1jkbQOfUM&feature=player_embedded

It's time again for another look at the submissions to The BBC Music Video Festival 2012. With everyone in the Olympic spirit, we thought we'd take a brief look at some of our international entries, before we carry on looking at the UK's regional content. From Israel, we have 2012 Eurovision entrants Izabo with their endearing fusion of stop-motion and time-lapse that they've decided to call "nonstop motion". It's nice to great a street's eye view of Tel Aviv, with some excellent location shots and a good handful of charm. http://www.youtube.com/watchv=rQ1jkbQOfUM&amp;feature=player_embedded I've no idea how Bristol based electronic musician Vaetxh met with German artist and animator Henning M. Lederer, but I'm glad it happened. The monochrome, almost etching like nature of the visuals really click with the glitch and shuffle of Vaetxh. <strong>Vaetxh<br/>Mass (King Deluxe)<br/>Visuals: Henning M. Lederer <br/>Visual Assistant: Charlotte J. Vogel</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=c7NI1Xh0fwA&amp;feature=player_embedded If you like your animation odder and infinitely more sexual, then maybe Under the Lion's Crouch by No One Remains Virgin is more your cup of tea. From China, it's one of the odder things you'll see this week. <strong>No One Remains Virgin<br/>Under the Lion's Crouch<br/>Directed by WongPing</strong> And finally for today, we've got Thee Piatcions comic tale of intergalactic love from Italy, which exudes 80's fam'ly sci-fi, and features the band playing in the stars. As you do. <strong>Thee Piatcions<br/>As Seen Through a Telescope (Blame the Parents Records)<br/>Directed by: Carlotta Cardana &amp; Marcos Villaseñor</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=dnTy_icbqcw&amp;feature=player_embedded More info about The BBC Music Video Festival, including submissions info can be found <a href=" http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcmusic/2012/06/bbc_music_video_festival_set_f.html&lt;br /&gt;"><strong>here</strong></a>. <strong>The submissions deadline is the 1st August.</strong> <em>Sam Hill</em> <strong>? Sam Hill is producer of the BBC Music Video Festival 2012</strong>

I've no idea how Bristol based electronic musician Vaetxh met with German artist and animator Henning M. Lederer, but I'm glad it happened. The monochrome, almost etching like nature of the visuals really click with the glitch and shuffle of Vaetxh.

It's time again for another look at the submissions to The BBC Music Video Festival 2012. With everyone in the Olympic spirit, we thought we'd take a brief look at some of our international entries, before we carry on looking at the UK's regional content. From Israel, we have 2012 Eurovision entrants Izabo with their endearing fusion of stop-motion and time-lapse that they've decided to call "nonstop motion". It's nice to great a street's eye view of Tel Aviv, with some excellent location shots and a good handful of charm. http://www.youtube.com/watchv=rQ1jkbQOfUM&amp;feature=player_embedded I've no idea how Bristol based electronic musician Vaetxh met with German artist and animator Henning M. Lederer, but I'm glad it happened. The monochrome, almost etching like nature of the visuals really click with the glitch and shuffle of Vaetxh. <strong>Vaetxh<br/>Mass (King Deluxe)<br/>Visuals: Henning M. Lederer <br/>Visual Assistant: Charlotte J. Vogel</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=c7NI1Xh0fwA&amp;feature=player_embedded If you like your animation odder and infinitely more sexual, then maybe Under the Lion's Crouch by No One Remains Virgin is more your cup of tea. From China, it's one of the odder things you'll see this week. <strong>No One Remains Virgin<br/>Under the Lion's Crouch<br/>Directed by WongPing</strong> And finally for today, we've got Thee Piatcions comic tale of intergalactic love from Italy, which exudes 80's fam'ly sci-fi, and features the band playing in the stars. As you do. <strong>Thee Piatcions<br/>As Seen Through a Telescope (Blame the Parents Records)<br/>Directed by: Carlotta Cardana &amp; Marcos Villaseñor</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=dnTy_icbqcw&amp;feature=player_embedded More info about The BBC Music Video Festival, including submissions info can be found <a href=" http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcmusic/2012/06/bbc_music_video_festival_set_f.html&lt;br /&gt;"><strong>here</strong></a>. <strong>The submissions deadline is the 1st August.</strong> <em>Sam Hill</em> <strong>? Sam Hill is producer of the BBC Music Video Festival 2012</strong>

Vaetxh
Mass (King Deluxe)
Visuals: Henning M. Lederer
Visual Assistant: Charlotte J. Vogel

It's time again for another look at the submissions to The BBC Music Video Festival 2012. With everyone in the Olympic spirit, we thought we'd take a brief look at some of our international entries, before we carry on looking at the UK's regional content. From Israel, we have 2012 Eurovision entrants Izabo with their endearing fusion of stop-motion and time-lapse that they've decided to call "nonstop motion". It's nice to great a street's eye view of Tel Aviv, with some excellent location shots and a good handful of charm. http://www.youtube.com/watchv=rQ1jkbQOfUM&amp;feature=player_embedded I've no idea how Bristol based electronic musician Vaetxh met with German artist and animator Henning M. Lederer, but I'm glad it happened. The monochrome, almost etching like nature of the visuals really click with the glitch and shuffle of Vaetxh. <strong>Vaetxh<br/>Mass (King Deluxe)<br/>Visuals: Henning M. Lederer <br/>Visual Assistant: Charlotte J. Vogel</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=c7NI1Xh0fwA&amp;feature=player_embedded If you like your animation odder and infinitely more sexual, then maybe Under the Lion's Crouch by No One Remains Virgin is more your cup of tea. From China, it's one of the odder things you'll see this week. <strong>No One Remains Virgin<br/>Under the Lion's Crouch<br/>Directed by WongPing</strong> And finally for today, we've got Thee Piatcions comic tale of intergalactic love from Italy, which exudes 80's fam'ly sci-fi, and features the band playing in the stars. As you do. <strong>Thee Piatcions<br/>As Seen Through a Telescope (Blame the Parents Records)<br/>Directed by: Carlotta Cardana &amp; Marcos Villaseñor</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=dnTy_icbqcw&amp;feature=player_embedded More info about The BBC Music Video Festival, including submissions info can be found <a href=" http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcmusic/2012/06/bbc_music_video_festival_set_f.html&lt;br /&gt;"><strong>here</strong></a>. <strong>The submissions deadline is the 1st August.</strong> <em>Sam Hill</em> <strong>? Sam Hill is producer of the BBC Music Video Festival 2012</strong>

http://www.youtube.com/watchv=c7NI1Xh0fwA&feature=player_embedded

It's time again for another look at the submissions to The BBC Music Video Festival 2012. With everyone in the Olympic spirit, we thought we'd take a brief look at some of our international entries, before we carry on looking at the UK's regional content. From Israel, we have 2012 Eurovision entrants Izabo with their endearing fusion of stop-motion and time-lapse that they've decided to call "nonstop motion". It's nice to great a street's eye view of Tel Aviv, with some excellent location shots and a good handful of charm. http://www.youtube.com/watchv=rQ1jkbQOfUM&amp;feature=player_embedded I've no idea how Bristol based electronic musician Vaetxh met with German artist and animator Henning M. Lederer, but I'm glad it happened. The monochrome, almost etching like nature of the visuals really click with the glitch and shuffle of Vaetxh. <strong>Vaetxh<br/>Mass (King Deluxe)<br/>Visuals: Henning M. Lederer <br/>Visual Assistant: Charlotte J. Vogel</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=c7NI1Xh0fwA&amp;feature=player_embedded If you like your animation odder and infinitely more sexual, then maybe Under the Lion's Crouch by No One Remains Virgin is more your cup of tea. From China, it's one of the odder things you'll see this week. <strong>No One Remains Virgin<br/>Under the Lion's Crouch<br/>Directed by WongPing</strong> And finally for today, we've got Thee Piatcions comic tale of intergalactic love from Italy, which exudes 80's fam'ly sci-fi, and features the band playing in the stars. As you do. <strong>Thee Piatcions<br/>As Seen Through a Telescope (Blame the Parents Records)<br/>Directed by: Carlotta Cardana &amp; Marcos Villaseñor</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=dnTy_icbqcw&amp;feature=player_embedded More info about The BBC Music Video Festival, including submissions info can be found <a href=" http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcmusic/2012/06/bbc_music_video_festival_set_f.html&lt;br /&gt;"><strong>here</strong></a>. <strong>The submissions deadline is the 1st August.</strong> <em>Sam Hill</em> <strong>? Sam Hill is producer of the BBC Music Video Festival 2012</strong>

If you like your animation odder and infinitely more sexual, then maybe Under the Lion's Crouch by No One Remains Virgin is more your cup of tea. From China, it's one of the odder things you'll see this week.

It's time again for another look at the submissions to The BBC Music Video Festival 2012. With everyone in the Olympic spirit, we thought we'd take a brief look at some of our international entries, before we carry on looking at the UK's regional content. From Israel, we have 2012 Eurovision entrants Izabo with their endearing fusion of stop-motion and time-lapse that they've decided to call "nonstop motion". It's nice to great a street's eye view of Tel Aviv, with some excellent location shots and a good handful of charm. http://www.youtube.com/watchv=rQ1jkbQOfUM&amp;feature=player_embedded I've no idea how Bristol based electronic musician Vaetxh met with German artist and animator Henning M. Lederer, but I'm glad it happened. The monochrome, almost etching like nature of the visuals really click with the glitch and shuffle of Vaetxh. <strong>Vaetxh<br/>Mass (King Deluxe)<br/>Visuals: Henning M. Lederer <br/>Visual Assistant: Charlotte J. Vogel</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=c7NI1Xh0fwA&amp;feature=player_embedded If you like your animation odder and infinitely more sexual, then maybe Under the Lion's Crouch by No One Remains Virgin is more your cup of tea. From China, it's one of the odder things you'll see this week. <strong>No One Remains Virgin<br/>Under the Lion's Crouch<br/>Directed by WongPing</strong> And finally for today, we've got Thee Piatcions comic tale of intergalactic love from Italy, which exudes 80's fam'ly sci-fi, and features the band playing in the stars. As you do. <strong>Thee Piatcions<br/>As Seen Through a Telescope (Blame the Parents Records)<br/>Directed by: Carlotta Cardana &amp; Marcos Villaseñor</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=dnTy_icbqcw&amp;feature=player_embedded More info about The BBC Music Video Festival, including submissions info can be found <a href=" http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcmusic/2012/06/bbc_music_video_festival_set_f.html&lt;br /&gt;"><strong>here</strong></a>. <strong>The submissions deadline is the 1st August.</strong> <em>Sam Hill</em> <strong>? Sam Hill is producer of the BBC Music Video Festival 2012</strong>

No One Remains Virgin
Under the Lion's Crouch
Directed by WongPing

It's time again for another look at the submissions to The BBC Music Video Festival 2012. With everyone in the Olympic spirit, we thought we'd take a brief look at some of our international entries, before we carry on looking at the UK's regional content. From Israel, we have 2012 Eurovision entrants Izabo with their endearing fusion of stop-motion and time-lapse that they've decided to call "nonstop motion". It's nice to great a street's eye view of Tel Aviv, with some excellent location shots and a good handful of charm. http://www.youtube.com/watchv=rQ1jkbQOfUM&amp;feature=player_embedded I've no idea how Bristol based electronic musician Vaetxh met with German artist and animator Henning M. Lederer, but I'm glad it happened. The monochrome, almost etching like nature of the visuals really click with the glitch and shuffle of Vaetxh. <strong>Vaetxh<br/>Mass (King Deluxe)<br/>Visuals: Henning M. Lederer <br/>Visual Assistant: Charlotte J. Vogel</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=c7NI1Xh0fwA&amp;feature=player_embedded If you like your animation odder and infinitely more sexual, then maybe Under the Lion's Crouch by No One Remains Virgin is more your cup of tea. From China, it's one of the odder things you'll see this week. <strong>No One Remains Virgin<br/>Under the Lion's Crouch<br/>Directed by WongPing</strong> And finally for today, we've got Thee Piatcions comic tale of intergalactic love from Italy, which exudes 80's fam'ly sci-fi, and features the band playing in the stars. As you do. <strong>Thee Piatcions<br/>As Seen Through a Telescope (Blame the Parents Records)<br/>Directed by: Carlotta Cardana &amp; Marcos Villaseñor</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=dnTy_icbqcw&amp;feature=player_embedded More info about The BBC Music Video Festival, including submissions info can be found <a href=" http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcmusic/2012/06/bbc_music_video_festival_set_f.html&lt;br /&gt;"><strong>here</strong></a>. <strong>The submissions deadline is the 1st August.</strong> <em>Sam Hill</em> <strong>? Sam Hill is producer of the BBC Music Video Festival 2012</strong>

And finally for today, we've got Thee Piatcions comic tale of intergalactic love from Italy, which exudes 80's fam'ly sci-fi, and features the band playing in the stars. As you do.

It's time again for another look at the submissions to The BBC Music Video Festival 2012. With everyone in the Olympic spirit, we thought we'd take a brief look at some of our international entries, before we carry on looking at the UK's regional content. From Israel, we have 2012 Eurovision entrants Izabo with their endearing fusion of stop-motion and time-lapse that they've decided to call "nonstop motion". It's nice to great a street's eye view of Tel Aviv, with some excellent location shots and a good handful of charm. http://www.youtube.com/watchv=rQ1jkbQOfUM&amp;feature=player_embedded I've no idea how Bristol based electronic musician Vaetxh met with German artist and animator Henning M. Lederer, but I'm glad it happened. The monochrome, almost etching like nature of the visuals really click with the glitch and shuffle of Vaetxh. <strong>Vaetxh<br/>Mass (King Deluxe)<br/>Visuals: Henning M. Lederer <br/>Visual Assistant: Charlotte J. Vogel</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=c7NI1Xh0fwA&amp;feature=player_embedded If you like your animation odder and infinitely more sexual, then maybe Under the Lion's Crouch by No One Remains Virgin is more your cup of tea. From China, it's one of the odder things you'll see this week. <strong>No One Remains Virgin<br/>Under the Lion's Crouch<br/>Directed by WongPing</strong> And finally for today, we've got Thee Piatcions comic tale of intergalactic love from Italy, which exudes 80's fam'ly sci-fi, and features the band playing in the stars. As you do. <strong>Thee Piatcions<br/>As Seen Through a Telescope (Blame the Parents Records)<br/>Directed by: Carlotta Cardana &amp; Marcos Villaseñor</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=dnTy_icbqcw&amp;feature=player_embedded More info about The BBC Music Video Festival, including submissions info can be found <a href=" http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcmusic/2012/06/bbc_music_video_festival_set_f.html&lt;br /&gt;"><strong>here</strong></a>. <strong>The submissions deadline is the 1st August.</strong> <em>Sam Hill</em> <strong>? Sam Hill is producer of the BBC Music Video Festival 2012</strong>

Thee Piatcions
As Seen Through a Telescope (Blame the Parents Records)
Directed by: Carlotta Cardana & Marcos Villaseñor

It's time again for another look at the submissions to The BBC Music Video Festival 2012. With everyone in the Olympic spirit, we thought we'd take a brief look at some of our international entries, before we carry on looking at the UK's regional content. From Israel, we have 2012 Eurovision entrants Izabo with their endearing fusion of stop-motion and time-lapse that they've decided to call "nonstop motion". It's nice to great a street's eye view of Tel Aviv, with some excellent location shots and a good handful of charm. http://www.youtube.com/watchv=rQ1jkbQOfUM&amp;feature=player_embedded I've no idea how Bristol based electronic musician Vaetxh met with German artist and animator Henning M. Lederer, but I'm glad it happened. The monochrome, almost etching like nature of the visuals really click with the glitch and shuffle of Vaetxh. <strong>Vaetxh<br/>Mass (King Deluxe)<br/>Visuals: Henning M. Lederer <br/>Visual Assistant: Charlotte J. Vogel</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=c7NI1Xh0fwA&amp;feature=player_embedded If you like your animation odder and infinitely more sexual, then maybe Under the Lion's Crouch by No One Remains Virgin is more your cup of tea. From China, it's one of the odder things you'll see this week. <strong>No One Remains Virgin<br/>Under the Lion's Crouch<br/>Directed by WongPing</strong> And finally for today, we've got Thee Piatcions comic tale of intergalactic love from Italy, which exudes 80's fam'ly sci-fi, and features the band playing in the stars. As you do. <strong>Thee Piatcions<br/>As Seen Through a Telescope (Blame the Parents Records)<br/>Directed by: Carlotta Cardana &amp; Marcos Villaseñor</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=dnTy_icbqcw&amp;feature=player_embedded More info about The BBC Music Video Festival, including submissions info can be found <a href=" http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcmusic/2012/06/bbc_music_video_festival_set_f.html&lt;br /&gt;"><strong>here</strong></a>. <strong>The submissions deadline is the 1st August.</strong> <em>Sam Hill</em> <strong>? Sam Hill is producer of the BBC Music Video Festival 2012</strong>

http://www.youtube.com/watchv=dnTy_icbqcw&feature=player_embedded

It's time again for another look at the submissions to The BBC Music Video Festival 2012. With everyone in the Olympic spirit, we thought we'd take a brief look at some of our international entries, before we carry on looking at the UK's regional content. From Israel, we have 2012 Eurovision entrants Izabo with their endearing fusion of stop-motion and time-lapse that they've decided to call "nonstop motion". It's nice to great a street's eye view of Tel Aviv, with some excellent location shots and a good handful of charm. http://www.youtube.com/watchv=rQ1jkbQOfUM&amp;feature=player_embedded I've no idea how Bristol based electronic musician Vaetxh met with German artist and animator Henning M. Lederer, but I'm glad it happened. The monochrome, almost etching like nature of the visuals really click with the glitch and shuffle of Vaetxh. <strong>Vaetxh<br/>Mass (King Deluxe)<br/>Visuals: Henning M. Lederer <br/>Visual Assistant: Charlotte J. Vogel</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=c7NI1Xh0fwA&amp;feature=player_embedded If you like your animation odder and infinitely more sexual, then maybe Under the Lion's Crouch by No One Remains Virgin is more your cup of tea. From China, it's one of the odder things you'll see this week. <strong>No One Remains Virgin<br/>Under the Lion's Crouch<br/>Directed by WongPing</strong> And finally for today, we've got Thee Piatcions comic tale of intergalactic love from Italy, which exudes 80's fam'ly sci-fi, and features the band playing in the stars. As you do. <strong>Thee Piatcions<br/>As Seen Through a Telescope (Blame the Parents Records)<br/>Directed by: Carlotta Cardana &amp; Marcos Villaseñor</strong> http://www.youtube.com/watchv=dnTy_icbqcw&amp;feature=player_embedded More info about The BBC Music Video Festival, including submissions info can be found <a href=" http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcmusic/2012/06/bbc_music_video_festival_set_f.html&lt;br /&gt;"><strong>here</strong></a>. <strong>The submissions deadline is the 1st August.</strong> <em>Sam Hill</em> <strong>? Sam Hill is producer of the BBC Music Video Festival 2012</strong>

More info about The BBC Music Video Festival, including submissions info can be found here. The submissions deadline is the 1st August. Sam Hill ? Sam Hill is producer of the BBC Music Video Festival 2012

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