The Shiny Awards, the new awards show for unsigned and recently signed directors kicked off to an enthusiastic full house at The Mill in London last night (February 22nd).
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The video for Kendrick Lamar's HUMBLE., directed by Dave Meyers and The Little Homies, won the Best Music Video award at the 60th Grammy Awards in New York in Sunday (Jan 28th).
Ilya Naishuller's spectacular video for Leningrad's Kolchik (above) won Best Music Video, while the Best Cinematography in a Music Video award went to Dustin Lane for his work on alt-J's 3WW, at Camerimage 2017, the annual festival celebrating the art of cinematography, held last week at Bydgoczsz in Poland.
On the biggest night of the year for music videos, Ryan Staake won Video of the Year for Young Thug's Wyclef Jean, Oscar Hudson won Best Director, Kendrick Lamar won Best Artist, and Semera Khan picked up her first Best Commissioner award from host Adam Buxton (above) at the UK Music Video Awards 2017 last Thursday (October 26th) at The Roundhouse in London.
YOUNG THUG 'WYCLEF JEAN' WINS VIDEO OF THE YEAR
OSCAR HUDSON WINS BEST DIRECTOR
MATILDA FINN WINS BEST NEW DIRECTOR
NATHAN SCHERRER WINS BEST PRODUCER
JAKE NAVA WINS ICON AWARD
Best Pop Video - UK in association with Rushes
Kendrick Lamar's HUMBLE. video directed by Dave Meyers and the little homies, has won six awards at this year's MTV Video Music Awards, including four professional category awards, Best Hip-Hop video, and the biggest honour of the night, Video of the Year.
Melina Matsoukas's New Orleans-set video for Beyoncé's Formation (above) won the Best Music Video award at Sunday's Grammy Awards.
The video for Massive Attack ft Young Fathers' Voodoo In My Blood, directed by Ringan Ledwidge and starring Rosalind Pyke, won Best Video in the Music Videos Competition at the 24th annual Camerimage Festival on Saturday.
The festival's other music video award, for Best Cinematography In A Video, went to Martin Ruhe for his work as DoP on the video for Mykki Blanco ft Woodkid's High School Never Ends, directed by Matt Lambert.