2012-11-07 08:37:15 - Live streaming from the Empire cinema in Leicester Square for the 2012 UK MVA, Music Video Awards nominations, lineup, online webcast stream.
The UK Music Video Awards is an annual celebration of creativity, technical excellence and innovation in music video and moving image for music, and takes place with a glittering annual awards ceremony.
This live stream is in Leicester Square for the UK MVA:
There is a wide range of opportunities for UK individuals and companies to enter their work: from genre-led video categories, to prizes for individuals in the technical and craft areas of the business, to recognition for innovative approaches to music videos, ads and other visuals. there are also awards for international videos and outstanding individuals, voted for by the MVA jury members.
The Awards take place in the autumn, with the entry process opening in early August. The
UK MVA’s are organised by two of the key members of the team behind BUG, the BFI Southbank’s highly successful music video strand, and have 20 years’experience running events in the UK music video business.
The UK Music Video Awards 2012 takes place at the prestigious Empire cinema in Leicester Square in London’s West End on Thursday, November 8th and will be presented by comedian, broadcaster and BUG host Adam Buxton. There will later be an aftershow party happening a few steps away from the Empire, at the Café de Paris in Piccadilly.
2012 Nominations include:
BEST INDIE/ROCK VIDEO – UK
Alt-J – Tessellate Director: Alex Southam
Band of Skulls – Sweet Sour Director: Mark Maggiori & Petecia Le Fawnhawk
Clock Opera – Lesson No 7 Director: Aoife McArdle
Coldplay – Paradise (alternative version) Director: Shynola
The Kooks – Saboteur Director: Surrender Monkeys
Spiritualized – Hey Jane Director: AG Rojas
BEST POP VIDEO – UK in association with 4Music
Calvin Harris ft Ne-Yo– Let’s Go Director: Vincent Haycock
Ed Sheeran – Lego House Director: Emil Nava
George Michael – White Light Director: Ryan Hope
M.I.A. – Bad Girls Director: Romain Gavras
Paloma Faith – Picking Up The Pieces Director: Emil Nava
Will Young – Losing Myself Director: Henry Scholfield
BEST ALTERNATIVE VIDEO – UK
Alt-J – Breezeblocks Director: Ellis Bahl
Antony & The Johnsons – Cut The World Director: Nabil
Clark – Black Stone Director: The Vikings
Moones – Better Energy Director Peter Sluszka
James Blake – A Case Of You Director: Seb Edwards
Keaton Henson – Small Hands Director: Joseph Mann