UK Music Video Awards 2016 winners revealed

UK Music Video AwardsThe winners of the UK Music Video Awards have been announced.

The ninth annual ceremony was held at London’s Roundhouse with more than 800 British and International filmmakers.

Speaking of this year’s awards, the UK Music Video Awards editorial director, David Knight said: “Since 2008, the UK Music Video Awards has celebrated music videos as a form of creative expression, as entertainment, and as an effective way to bring music to the world. This year’s winners and nominees reflect the extraordinary extent of talent and craft that’s been applied to the making of music videos in Britain and around the world, and we’re honoured to be a part of celebrating that.

The full list of UK Music Video Award winners are as follows:

Best Pop Video – UK, in association with Rushes
Michael Kiwanuka – Black Man In A White World

Best Rock/Indie Video – UK, in association with Locomotion
Coldplay – Up&Up

Best Alternative Video – UK
Jamie xx – Gosh

Best Dance Video – UK
The Chemical Brothers ft Beck – Wide Open

Best Urban Video – UK
Nao – Bad Blood

Best Pop Video – International
Miike Snow – Genghis Khan

Best Rock/Indie Video – International
Tame Impala – The Less I Know The Better

Best Alternative Video – International
The Blaze – Virile

Best Dance Video – International
Valentino Khan – Deep Down Low

Best Urban Video – International
Run The Jewels ft Gangsta Boo – Love Again

Best Pop Video – Newcomer, in association with giffgaff
Will Joseph Cook – Take Me Dancing

Best Rock/Indie Video – Newcomer, in association with giffgaff
Honeyblood – Ready For The Magic

Best Alternative Video – Newcomer, in association with giffgaff
Holy Fuck – Tom Tom

Best Dance Video – Newcomer, in association with giffgaff
Beardyman – Mountainside

Best Urban Video – Newcomer, in association with giffgaff
Jesse James Solomon – YPT

Best Production Design in a Video
David Bowie – Blackstar

Best Styling in a Video, in association with i-D
Beyoncé – Formation

Best Choreography in a Video
Florence + The Machine – Delilah

Best Cinematography in a Video, in association with Panalux
Miike Snow – Genghis Khan

Best Colour Grade in a Video, in association with CHEAT
Jamie xx – Gosh

Best Editing In A Video
Run The Jewels ft Gangsta Boo – Love Again

Best Visual Effects in a Video
The Chemical Brothers ft Beck – Wide Open

Best Animation in a Video
De Staat – Witch Doctor

Best Interactive Video, in association with The Mill
Naïve New Beaters Ft Izia – Heal Tomorrow

Best Live Music Coverage, in association with Procam
Post Pop Depression Live At The Royal Albert Hall

Best Music Documentary
Breaking A Monster

Best Producer, in Association with Worldwide Production Agency
Roman Pichon Herrera

Best New Director, in association with Electric Theatre Collective
Oscar Hudson

Best Director, in association with MPC
Ninian Doff

Best Commissioner
Phil Lee (XL Recordings)

Best Video Artist
Massive Attack

Outstanding Achievement Award
Mike O’Keefe

The Icon Award
Vaughan Arnell

Video Of The Year, in association with Promo News
Jamie xx – Gosh

Post Author: Claire White

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