Last night the 9th annual UK Music Video Awards hosted by Adam Buxton was held at the legendary Camden Roundhouse where over 800 British and International filmmakers gathered to celebrate creative and technical excellence in music videos.
Amongst an abundance of truly amazing work, some of the stand out pieces included Jamie XX ‘Gosh’, directed by Romain Gavras’ which won Best Music Video, Miike Snow,‘Ghengis Khan’, by Ninian Doff, which picked up Best Cinematography in a Video and Nao ‘Bad Blood’ by Ian Pons, winning Best Urban UK video.
The Mill was thrilled that Chemical Brothers 'Wide Open' was awarded Best VFX in a video as well as Best UK Dance Video, collected by directors dom+nic.
Other highlights from the night saw Best New Director go to Oscar Hudson and Best Director presented to Ninian Doff at Pulse whilst Best Producer went to Roman Pichon Herrera at Iconoclast.
The Mill was also proud to continue their ongoing support of the ukmva's by sponsoring the Best Interactive Category. The winning piece came from Romain Chassaing with Naïve New Beaters ft. Izia ‘Heal Tomorrow’.
A special mention must also go to Vaughan Arnell for winning the Icon Award and Mike O’Keefe for winning the Outstanding Achievement Award.
To see all the winners check out the UK MVA website.