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The UK Music Video Awards is an annual celebration of creativity, technical excellence and innovation in music video and moving image for music. The awards began in 2008. 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.[1] There are also awards for international videos and outstanding individuals, voted for by the MVA jury members.[2] 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 music video strand, and have 20 years’ experience running events in the UK music video business.

UK Music Video Awards
2019 UK Music Video Awards
Awarded forexcellence in music video and moving image for music
CountryUnited Kingdom
First awarded2008
Last awarded2018
Websitewww.ukmva.com

CeremoniesEdit

# Date Venue Host Video of the Year
Video Musician Director
1st 14 October 2008 Leicester Square Adam Buxton "Wanderlust" Björk Encyclopedia Pictura
2nd 13 October 2009 "Strawberry Swing" Coldplay Shynola
3rd 12 October 2010 "This Too Shall Pass" OK Go James Frost, Synn Labs and OK Go
4th 12 October 2011 "Simple Math" Manchester Orchestra Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert
5th 8 November 2012 "Bad Girls" M.I.A. Romain Gavras
6th 28 October 2013 Queen Elizabeth Hall "Until the Quiet Comes" Flying Lotus Kahlil Joseph
7th 10 November 2014 "Turn Down for What" DJ Snake and Lil Jon Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert
8th 5 November 2015 Roundhouse "Alright" Kendrick Lamar Colin Tilley and The Little Homies
9th 20 October 2016 "Gosh" Jamie xx Romain Gavras
10th 26 October 2017 "Wyclef Jean" Young Thug Ryan Staake
11th 25 October 2018 "This Is America" Childish Gambino Hiro Murai
12th 23 October 2019 TBA TBA TBA

2008Edit

The 2008 UK Music Video Awards, hosted by Adam Buxton, took place at the Odeon West End, Leicester Square, London on October 14th.[3][4]

Video of the Year Best Pop Video Best Rock Video
Björk — "Wanderlust"
(Director: Encyclopedia Pictura)

Kate Nash — "Foundations"
(Director: Kinga Burza)

Supergrass — "Bad Blood"
(Director: Keith Schofield)

Best Indie/Alternative Video Best Dance Video Best Urban Video
Björk — "Wanderlust"
(Director: Encyclopedia Pictura)

Utah Saints — "Something Good"
(Director: Eran Creevy)

Kano — "Hustler"
(Director: Nez)

Best Budget Video Best International Video Best Art Direction in a Video
Example — "Me And Mandy"
(Director: Henry Scholfield)

Justice — "Stress"
(Director: Romain Gavras)

Björk — "Wanderlust"
(Art Director: Isaiah Saxon)

Best Styling in a Video Best Cinematography in a Video Best Telecine in a Video
The Hoosiers — "Cops and Robbers"
(Stylist: Hannah Glossop, Suzie Coulthard)

The Last Shadow Puppets — "The Age of the Understatement"
(DOP: Andre Chemetoff)

KT Tunstall — "If Only"
(TK: Adrian Seery at Rushes)

Best Editing in a Video Best Visual Effects in a Video People's Choice Award
Hot Chip — "Ready for the Floor"
(Editor: Dan Sherwin at Final Cut)

The Horrors — "She Is the New Thing"
(VFX: Corin Hardy, David Lupton)

Leona Lewis — "Bleeding Love"
(Director: Melina Matsoukas)

Best Producer Best New Director Best Director
Grace Bodie
  • Gail Davey
  • Georgina Fillmore
  • Juliette Larthe
  • Malachy McAnenny
  • Tamsin Glasson

James Copeman

  • Chris Sweeney
  • D.A.D.D.Y.
  • Dan Sully
  • OneInThree
  • Price James

Nima Nourizadeh

Best Commissioner The Icon Award
Tim Nash
  • Carole Burton-Fairbrother
  • James Hackett
  • John Moule
  • Mike O'Keefe
  • Ross Anderson

Jonathan Glazer

2009Edit

The 2009 UK Music Video Awards, hosted by Adam Buxton, took place in the Odeon West End, Leicester Square in London on Tuesday October 13.[5][6]

Video of the Year Best Pop Video Best Rock Video
Coldplay — "Strawberry Swing"
(Director: Shynola)

Will Young – "Changes"
(Director: Martin de Thurah)

Coldplay – "Strawberry Swing"
(Director: Shynola)

Best Indie/Alternative Video Best Dance Video Best Urban Video

Department of Eagles – "No One Does It Like You"
(Directors: Patrick Daughters, Marcel Dzama)

The Presets – "If I Know You"
(Director: Eva Husson)

Wiley – "Cash in My Pocket"
(Director: Kim Gehrig)

Best Budget/Independent Video – Rock, Indie, Alternative Best Budget/Independent Video – Pop, Dance, Urban Best International Video

Moray McLaren – "We Got Time"
(Director: David Wilson)

  • Archangel – Do It Again
  • Jamie T – Fire Fire
  • Ruarri Joseph – More Than Most
  • Truckers Of Husk – Person For The Person
  • We Have Band – You Came Out

Speech Debelle – "The Key"
(Director: Anthony Dickenson)

  • Bashy featuring Wretch 32 and Scorcher – Ransom
  • Example – Hooligans
  • Man Like Me – London Town
  • The Candle Thieves – The Sunshine Song
  • Wax Stag – And How

Lady Gaga – "Paparazzi"
(Director: Jonas Åkerlund)

Best Animation in a Video Best Art Direction in a Video Best Cinematography In A Video

Coldplay – "Strawberry Swing"
(Animator: Shynola)

The Kooks – "Sway"
(Art Director: Tom Gander)

Glasvegas – "Flowers and Football Tops"
(DOP: Lasse Frank)

Best Editing in a Video Best Styling in a Video Best Telecine in a Video

Oasis – "Falling Down"
(Editor: Tom Lindsay)

Florence and The Machine – "Drumming Song"
(Stylist: Aldene Johnson)

Paolo Nutini – "Candy"
(TK: Paul Harrison)

Best Visual Effects in a Video The Innovation Award Best Live Music Coverage

Glasvegas – "Flowers and Football Tops"
(VFX: Johan Drehn, Martin de Thurah)

Oasis – "Dig Out Your Soul"
(Director: The Malloys)

  • AC/DC Rocks The Office
  • Deadmau5 & Kaskade – I Remember
  • Frankmusik – Live And Lost
  • Julian Perretta – Ride My Star
  • Keane – Live in 3D From Abbey Road

McFly – "Radio:Active Live at Wembley"
(Director: Paul Caslin)

Best Producer Best Commissioner Best New Director

Malachy McAnenny

  • Francesca Barnes
  • Lucy Booth
  • Tamsin Glasson
  • Liz Kessler
  • Phil Tidy

Tim Nash

  • Ross Anderson
  • James Hackett
  • Phil Lee
  • New Selecta
  • Mike O’Keefe

David Wilson

  • Anthony Dickenson
  • Dave Ma
  • Emil Nava
  • Adam Powell
  • Russell Weekes
Best Director The Icon Award Outstanding Achievement Award

Martin de Thurah

  • AlexandLiane
  • Richard Ayoade
  • Douglas Hart
  • Jake Nava
  • WIZ

Dawn Shadforth

Carole Burton-Fairbrother

2010Edit

The UK Music Video Awards 2010 took place in the Odeon West End, Leicester Square in London on Tuesday October 12.[7][8]

Video of the Year Best Pop Video Best Rock Video
OK Go - "This Too Shall Pass (Rube Goldberg Machine vsn)"
(Directors: James Frost, Synn Labs, OK Go)

Plan B - "Prayin'"
(Director: Daniel Wolfe)

OK Go - "This Too Shall Pass (Rube Goldberg Machine vsn)"
(Directors: James Frost, Synn Labs, OK Go)

Best Indie/Alternative Video Best Dance Video Best Urban Video

Charlotte Gainsbourg ft. Beck - "Heaven Can Wait"
(Director: Keith Schofield)

Hot Chip - "I Feel Better"
(Director: Peter Serafinowicz)

Jay Z ft. Swizz Beatz - "On to the Next One"
(Director: Sam Brown)

Best Budget/Independent Video – Rock, Indie, Alternative Best Budget/Independent Video – Pop, Dance, Urban Best International Video

SOUR - "Hibi No Neiro"
(Directors: Masashi Kawamura, Hal Kirkland, Who-Fu (Magico&Masayoshi))

Example - "Watch the Sun Come Up (Devil's Gun Zeitgeist Remix)"
(Director: Ben Newman)

  • Breakout - "Baby I'm Your"
  • Hecq vs Exillion - "Spheres of Fury"
  • Nweport - "Newport (Ymerodraeth State of Mind)"
  • The Candle Thieves - "We're All Gonna Die (Have Fun)"
  • Ratatat - "Drugs"

Lady Gaga - "Bad Romance"
(Director: Francis Lawrence)

Best Animation in a Video Best Art Direction in a Video Best Cinematography In A Video

Gorillaz - "On Melancholy Hill"
(Animators: Jamie Hewlett & Pete Candeland)

Plan B - "Prayin'"
(Art Director: Sam Tidman)

Plan B - "Stay too Long"
(DOP: Lol Crawley)

Best Editing in a Video Best Styling in a Video Best Telecine in a Video

Jay Z ft. Swizz Beatz - "On to the Next One"
(Editor: Amanda James)

Plan B - "Stay too Long"
(Stylist: Hannah Edwards)

Biffy Clyro - "God and Satan"
(TK: Simone Grattarola at Rushes)

Best Visual Effects in a Video The Innovation Award Best Live Music Coverage

Audio Bullys - "Only Man"
(VFX: Mathematic Studio)

Johnny Cash - "Ain't No Grave"
(Director: Chris Milk)

The Prodigy - "Take Me to the Hospital"
(Director: Paul Dugdale)

Best Music Advertisement - Television or Online Best Producer Best Commissioner

Dizzee Rascal - "Tongue n' Cheek"
(Director: Chris Boyle)

Tim Francis

Ross Anderson

Best Director Best New Director The Icon Award

Daniel Wolfe

Ben Newman

Hammer & Tongs

2011Edit

The UK Music Video Awards 2011 took place in the Odeon West End, Leicester Square in London on Tuesday October 12.[9][10]

Video of the Year

Manchester Orchestra – "Simple Math"
(Directors: Daniels)

Best Pop Video - UK Best Pop Video - International Best Pop Video - Budget

Adele - "Rolling in the Deep"
(Director: Sam Brown)

  • Bruno Mars - Lazy Song
  • Jessie J - Do It Like A Dude
  • Kylie Minogue - Get Outta My Way
  • Mark Ronson feat. Boy George - Somebody To Love Me
  • Scissor Sisters - Invisible Light

Oh Land - "White Nights"
(Director: Canada)

  • Cassius - I Love You So
  • Justice - Civilization
  • Karl X Johan - Flames
  • Robyn - Call Your Girlfriend
  • Woodkid - Iron

Cool Fun - "House"
(Director: Prano Bailey-Bond)

  • Alex Clare - Relax My Beloved
  • Clean Bandit - Telephone Banking
  • Duran Duran - Before The Rain
  • Josh Radin - I Missed You
  • Sébastien Tellier - Look
Best Dance Video - UK Best Dance Video - International Best Dance Video - Budget

Chase & Status ft. Liam Bailey - "Blind Faith"
(Director: Daniel Wolfe)

  • Calvin Harris feat Kelis - Bounce
  • Grum - Through The Night
  • J Majik & Wickaman ft. Dee Freer - In Pieces
  • Japanese Popstars - Let Go
  • Magnetic Man feat. John Legend - Getting Nowhere

Duck Sauce - "Barbra Streisand"
(Director: So Me)

  •  !!! - Jamie, My Intentions Are Bass
  • B Fleischmann - Playtime
  • Bag Raiders - Sunlight
  • Bonjay - Stumble
  • Wolfgang Gartner - Illmerica

Eskmo - "We Got More"
(Director: Cyriak Harris)

  • Clean Bandit - Mozart's House
  • Craze Hoax - Wait For Me
  • Etienne de Crecy - No Brain
  • Jaymo and Andy George feat J2k - Hold Me Back
  • Loose Fit - Table Beggar
Best Urban Video - UK Best Urban Video - International Best Urban Video - Budget

Wiley - "Numbers In Action"
(Director: Us)

  • Chase & Status feat. Tinie Tempah - Hitz
  • Ed Sheeran - You Need Me, I Don't Need You
  • Tinie Tempah feat. Ellie Goulding - Wonderman
  • Tricky - Murder Weapon
  • Wretch 32 - Traktor

Jay-Z & Kanye West - "Otis"
(Director: Spike Jonze)

  • Beastie Boys feat. Santigold - Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win
  • Eminem feat. Rihanna - Love The Way You Lie
  • Raphael Saadiq - Good Man
  • Thunderclaps - Judgement Day "Todor & Petru"

Jargon VA ft. Tinie Tempah - "Disappoint You"
(Director: Ian Pons Jewell)

  • Dels - Trumpalump
  • Dels feat. Roots Manuva & Joe Goddard - Capsize
  • Ghostpoet - Survive It
  • Riz MC - Get On It
  • Skillit feat T.B. & K-Nite 13 - The Truth
Best Indie/Rock Video - UK Best Indie/Rock Video - International Best Indie/Rock Video - Budget

Is Tropical - "The Greeks"
(Directors: Megaforce)

  • Battles - Ice Cream
  • Foals - Blue Blood
  • Little Comets - The Isles
  • Metronomy - The Bay
  • The Shoes - Stay The Same

Manchester Orchestra – "Simple Math"
(Directors: Daniels)

  • El Guincho - Bombay
  • No Age - Fever Dreaming
  • The Black Keys - Howlin' For You
  • The Good The Bad - 030
  • WhoMadeWho - Every Minute Alone

Memory Tapes - "Yes I Know"
(Directors: Eric Epstein)

  • Fulton Lights - Staring Out The Window
  • Hollerado - Americanarama
  • Keaton Henson - Charon
  • Lasse Passage - Say Say Say
  • Maps & Atlases - Israeli Caves
Best Alternative Video - UK Best Alternative Video - International Best Alternative Video - Budget

Depeche Mode - "Personal Jesus (Stargate remix)"
(Directors: Patrick Daughters)

  • James Blake - Lindisfarne
  • Klaxons - Twin Flames
  • Tom Vek - Aroused
  • Tyler The Creator - Yonkers
  • Yeasayer - Madder Red

Arcade Fire - "The Suburbs"
(Director: Spike Jonze)

  • MGMT - Congratulations
  • OK Go - All Is Not Lost
  • OK Go - White Knuckles
  • Royksopp - Senior Living
  • Spoek Mathambo - Control

Matta - "Release The Freq"
(Director: Kim Holm)

  • Esben & The Witch - Marching Song
  • Ghostpoet - Liiines
  • Hauschka - Children
  • King Creosote & Jon Hopkins - Bubble
  • UNKLE - Runaway Pointman re-edit
Best Animation in a Video Best Art Direction & Design in a Video Best Choreography in a Video

Is Tropical - "The Greeks"
(Animators: Seven)

  • Clinic - Bubblegum
  • Eskmo - We Got More
  • Flying Lotus - Kill Your Co-Workers
  • King Creosote & Jon Hopkins - Bubble
  • Massive Attack - Atlas Air

Scissor Sisters - "Invisible Light"
(Art Director: Roger Bellés)

  • Adele - Rolling In The Deep
  • Chase & Status feat. Liam Bailey - Blind Faith
  • Justice - Civilization
  • Oh Land - White Nights
  • Plan B - The Recluse

Wave Machines - "Keep The Light On"
(Choreographer: Jen Irons)

  • Darwin Deez - DNA
  • Radiohead - Lotus Flower
  • SebastiAn - Embody
  • Two Door Cinema Club - What You Know
  • Wiley - Numbers In Action
Best Cinematography in A Video Best Editing in a Video Best Styling in a Video

Adele - "Rolling In the Deep"
(DOP: Tom Townend)

  • Battles - Ice Cream
  • Calvin Harris - Feel So Close
  • Chapel Club - Surfacing
  • J Majik & Wickaman feat Dee Freer - In Pieces
  • Jessie J - Do It Like A Dude

Tom Vek - "Aroused"
(Editor: Tom Townend)

  • Battles - Ice Cream
  • Ed Sheeran - You Need Me, I Don't Need You
  • Little Comets - The Isles
  • Metronomy - The Bay
  • The Subways - We Don't Need Money To Have a Good Time

Chase & Status ft. Liam Bailey - "Blind Faith"
(Stylist: Hannah Edwards)

  • Alpines - Cocoon
  • Oh Land - White Nights
  • Paloma Faith - Smoke and Mirrors
  • Scissor Sisters - Invisible Light
  • Woodkid - Iron
Best Telecine in a Video Best Visual Effects in a Video The Innovation Award

Plan B - "Love Goes Down"
(TK: Simon Bourne)

  • DJ Fresh - Louder
  • Kylie Minogue - Get Out Of My Way
  • Liam Bailey - It's Not The Same
  • Metronomy - The Bay
  • Plan B - The Recluse

Klaxons - "Twin Flames"
(VFX: Ric Comline)

  • Danger Mouse, Daniele Luppi, Norah Jones - Black "3 Dreams of Black"
  • Justice - Civilization
  • Massive Attack - Atlas Air
  • Memory Tapes - Yes I Know
  • Woodkid - Iron

The Shoes - "Cover Your Eyes"
(Directors: We Are From L.A.)

  • Danger Mouse, Daniele Luppi, Norah Jones - Black "3 Dreams of Black"
  • Arcade Fire - We Used To Wait "The Wilderness Downtown"
  • OK Go - All Is Not Lost
  • Professor Green with Doritos - Coming To Get Me (360° interactive video)
  • White Lies - Strangers web video
Best Live Music Coverage Best Music Ad - TV or Online The People's Choice Award

Tinie Tempah - "Ibiza Rocks"
(Directors: Syndrome)

  • Faithless - Passing The Baton
  • Jessie J - Live In London
  • Kylie Minogue - Aphrodite Les Folies tour in 3D
  • Richard Ashcroft - Live at Shepherds Bush Empire
  • Various - Live From Abbey Road

Mark Ronson & The Business International - "Record Collection"
(Director: Paul Caslin)

  • BBC 6Music - Building
  • Fenech Soler - Minotaur (album launch viral)
  • Ministry of Sound - Electronic 80s ll
  • Plan B - The Defamation of Strickland Banks
  • Tinie Tempah - Disc-Overy

JLS ft. Tinie Tempah - "Eyes Wide Shut"
(Directors: Steve Milbourne, Phil Clandillon)

Best Producer Best Commissioner Best New Director

Tim Francis

  • Leanne Stott
  • Liz Kessler
  • Sarah Tognazzi
  • Tamsin Glasson
  • Tom Berendsen

Ross Anderson

Us

Best Director Outstanding Achievement Award The Icon Award

Canada

Barry Wasserman

Jonas Åkerlund

2012Edit

The 2012 UK Music Video Awards, hosted by Adam Buxton, took place at The Empire in Leicester Square on November 8th.[11]

Video of the Year
M.I.A. - "Bad Girls"
(Director: Romain Gavras)
Best Pop Video - UK Best Pop Video - International Best Pop Video - Budget
M.I.A. - "Bad Girls"
(Director: Romain Gavras)
Lana Del Rey - "Born To Die"
(Director: Yoann Lemoine)
Rent Boys - "Shoot The Shot"
(Director: Zac Ella)
Best Dance Video - UK Best Dance Video - International Best Dance Video - Budget
The Shoes - "Time To Dance "
(Director: Daniel Wolfe)
Duck Sauce - "Big Bad Wolf"
(Director: Keith Schofield)
Todd Terje - "Inspector Norse"
(Director: Kristoffer Borgli)
Best Urban Video - UK Best Urban Video - International Best Urban Video - Budget
Plan B - "Ill Manors"
(Director: Yann Demange)
Frank Ocean - "Novacane"
(Director: Nabil)
Noisses ft. Rtkal, Lady Leshurr & Foreign Beggars - "Run Your Mouth"
(Director: Drew Cox)
Best Indie/Rock Video - UK Best Indie/Rock Video - International Best Indie/Rock Video - Budget
Spiritualized - "Hey Jane"
(Director: AG Rojas)
The Shins - "Simple Song"
(Director: Daniels)
When Saints Go Machine - "Parix"
(Director: Daniel-Kragh Jacobsen)
Best Alternative Video - UK Best Alternative Video - International Best Alternative Video - Budget
Alt-J - "Breezeblocks"
(Director: Ellis Bahl)
The Hickey Underworld - "The Frog"
(Director: Joe Vanhoutteghem)
The Death Set - "They Come To Get Us"
(Director: Guillaume Panariello)
Best Art Direction & Design in a Video Best Styling in a Video Best Choreography in a Video
Justice - "New Lands"
(Art Director: Roger Bellés)
M.I.A. - "Bad Girls"
(Stylist: Hannah Edwards)
Will Young - "Losing Myself On"
(Choreographer: Aletta Collins)
Best Cinematography in a Video Best Telecine in a Video Best Editing in a Video
Feist - "The Bad In Each Other"
(DoP: Kasper Tuxen)
Temper Trap - "Trembling Hands"
(TK: James Tillett at Moving Picture Company)
The Shoes - "Time To Dance "
(Editor: Tom Lindsay)
Best Animation in a Video Best Visual Effects in a Video The Innovation Award
Fleet Foxes - "The Shrine An Argument"
(Animator: Sean Pecknold & Britta Johnson)
Woodkid - "Run Boy Run"
(VFX: One More Productions)
ALB - "Golden Chains"
(Director: Johnatan Broda)
Best Live Music Coverage (joint winners) Best Music Ad - TV or Online
Chemical Brothers - "Don't Think"
(Director: Adam Smith)
LCD Soundsystem - "Shut Up and Play the Hits"
(Director: Thirtytwo)
Kasabian - "Velociraptor!"
(Director: John Paveley, The Lennox Brothers & Ian Dutt)
The People's Choice Award Outstanding Contribution Award Best Producer
One Direction - "Live While We're Young"
(Director: Vaughan Arnell)
David Knight Lee Groombridge
Best Commissioner Best New Director Best Director
John Moule AG Rojas Romain Gavras
The Icon Award
Jamie Thraves

2013Edit

The 2013 UK Music Video Awards, hosted by Adam Buxton, took place at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, London on October 28th.[12]

Video of the Year
Flying Lotus - "Until The Quiet Comes"
(Director: Kahil Joseph)
Best Pop Video - UK Best Pop Video - International Best Pop Video - Budget
Willy Moon - "Yeah Yeah"
(Director: Alex Courtès)
Solange Knowles - "Losing You"
(Director: Melina Matsoukas)
Tiny Dancer - "Who Am I"
(Director: Zaiba Jabbar)
Best Dance Video - UK Best Dance Video - International Best Dance Video - Budget
Rudimental ft. John Newman & Alex Clare - "Not Giving In"
(Director: Josh Cole)
Gesaffelstein - "Pursuit"
(Director: Fleur & Manu)
Pixel - "Call Me"
(Director: Ola Martin Fjeld)
Best Rock/Indie Video - UK Best Rock/Indie Video - International Best Rock/Indie Video - Budget
Darwin Deez - "Free (The Editorial Me)"
(Director: Ninian Doff)
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - "Sacrilege"
(Director: Megaforce)
Kodaline - "All I Want"
(Director: Stevie Russell)
Best Alternative Video - UK Best Alternative Video - International Best Alternative Video - Budget
London Grammar - "Wasting My Young Years"
(Director: Bison)
Flying Lotus - "Until The Quiet Comes"
(Director: Kahil Joseph)
Connan Mockasin - "Faking Jazz Together"
(Director: Fleur & Manu)
Best Urban Video - UK Best Urban Video - International Best Urban Video - Budget
Joel Compass - "Back To Me"
(Director: Ian & Cooper)
2 Chainz ft. Kanye West - "Birthday Song"
(Director: Andreas Nilsson)
Lushlife - "Magnolia"
(Director: Lamar+Nik)
Best Art Direction & Design in a Video Best Styling in a Video Best Choreography in a Video
Phoenix - "Trying To Be Cool"
(Art Director: Laia Ateca)
DJ Fresh vs. Diplo ft. Dominque Young Unique - "Earthquake"
(Stylist: Angela Esteban Librero)
Sigur Rós - "Valtari"
(Choreographer: Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui)
Best Cinematography in a Video Best Colour Grading in a Video Best Editing in a Video
Jon Hopkins - "Open Eye Signal"
(DoP: Steve Annis)
Foals - "Late Night"
(Colourist: Aubrey Woodiwiss)
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - "Sacrilege"
(Editor: Sophie Fourdrinoy)
Best Animation in a Video Best Visual Effects in a Video Best Live Music Coverage
Hiatus ft. Shura - "We Can Be Ghosts Now"
(Animator: Tom Jobbins)
Gesaffelstein - "Pursuit"
(VFX Artist: Mathematic Paris)
Led Zeppelin - "Celebration Day"
(Director: Dick Carruthers)
Best Interactive Video Best Music Ad - TV or Online VEVO Best New Video Artist
Do Not Touch - "Kilo by Light Light"
(Director: Moniker)
Laura Mvula - "Sing To The Moon"
(Director: Ian Pons Jewell)
Naughty Boy ft. Sam Smith - "La La La"
(Director: Ian Pons Jewell)
Best Producer Best Commissioner Best New Director
Liz Kessler Dan Curwin Andrew Thomas Huang
Best Director The Icon Award
Megaforce Julien Temple

2014Edit

The 2014 UK Music Video Awards, hosted by Adam Buxton, took place at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre on November 10th.[13][14]

Video of the Year
DJ Snake & Lil Jon - "Turn Down For What"
(Director: Daniels)
Best Pop Video - UK Best Pop Video - International Best Pop Video - Budget
Paolo Nutini - "Iron Sky"
(Director: Daniel Wolfe)
Sia - "Chandelier"
(Director: Sia, Daniel Askill)
The Correspondents - "Fear and Delight"
(Director: Naren Wilks)
Best Dance Video - UK Best Dance Video - International Best Dance Video - Budget
Disclosure - "Grab Her"
(Director: Emile Sornin)
DJ Snake & Lil Jon - "Turn Down For What"
(Director: Daniels)
Friend Within - "The Renegade"
(Director: Craig Moore)
Best Rock/Indie Video - UK Best Rock/Indie Video - International Best Rock/Indie Video - Budget
Throne - "Tharsis Sleeps"
(Director: Nicos Livesey, Tom Bunker)
Queens of the Stone Age - "Smooth Sailing"
(Director: Hiro Murai)
Kid Wise - "Hope"
(Director: Truman & Cooper)
Best Alternative Video - UK Best Alternative Video - International Best Alternative Video - Budget
Atoms For Peace - "Before Your Very Eyes"
(Director: Andrew Thomas Huang)
Arcade Fire - "After Life"
(Director: Emily Kai Bock)
FKA Twigs - "Papi Pacify"
(Director: FKA Twigs, Tom Beard)
Best Urban Video - UK Best Urban Video - International Best Urban Video - Budget
Last Night In Paris - "Pure"
(Director: Karim Huu Do)
J. Cole ft. Amber Coffman - "She Knows"
(Director: Sam Pilling)
Bonnie Banane - "Champs-Elysees"
(Director: Helmi)
Best Art Direction & Design in a Video Best Styling in a Video Best Choreography in a Video
OK Go - "The Writing's On The Wall"
(Art Director: Ethan Tobman)
Brooke Candy - "Opulence"
(Stylist: Nicola Formichetti)
Peace - "Money"
(Choreographer: Supple Nam)
Best Cinematography in a Video Best Colour Grading in a Video Best Editing in a Video
Paolo Nutini - "Iron Sky"
(DOP: Robbie Ryan)
Paloma Faith - "Can't Rely On You"
(Colourist: George K at MPC)
Jon Hopkins - "Collider"
(Editor: Dan Sherwen at Final Cut)
Best Animation in a Video Best Visual Effects in a Video Best Live Music Coverage
James - "Moving On"
(Animator: Ainslie Henderson, Michael Huges)
Alt-J - "Hunger Of The Pine"
(VFX Artist: Adam Watson, Richard C Thomas, Annie Rowland,
Bernardo Varela, Micheal Walton at Electric Theatre Collective)
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Live In Paris
(Director: Bartleberry Logan)
Best Interactive Video Best Music Ad - TV or Online Vevo Must See Award
Bob Dylan - "Like A Rolling Stone"
(Director: Vania Heymann)
Disclosure - "Settle"
(Director: Kate Moross)
Wilkinson - "Afterglow"
(Director: Rémy Cayuela)
Best Producer Best Commissioner Best New Director
Amber Millington Caroline Clayton Truman & Cooper
Best Director Best Video Artist The Icon Award
Hiro Murai FKA Twigs Joseph Khan

2015Edit

The 2015 UK Music Video Awards, hosted by Adam Buxton, took place at the Roundhouse, London on November 5th.[15]

Video of the Year
Kendrick Lamar - "Alright"
(Director: Colin Tilley, The Little Homies)
Best Pop Video - UK Best Pop Video - International Best Pop Video - Budget
Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars - "Uptown Funk"
(Director: Cameron Duddy & Bruno Mars)
Rihanna - "Bitch Better Have My Money"
(Director: Megaforce)
Aquilo - "Losing You"
(Director: Eoin Glaister)
Best Rock/Indie Video - UK Best Rock/Indie Video - International Best Rock/Indie Video - Budget
Royal Blood - "Out Of The Black"
(Director: David Wilson & Christy Karacas)
Tame Impala - "Let It Happen"
(Director: David Wilson)
Naïve New Beaters - "Run Away"
(Director: Roman Chassaing)
Best Dance Video - UK Best Dance Video - International Best Dance Video - Budget
Leftfield & Sleaford Mods - "Head And Shoulders"
(Director: Ewan & Casey)
Tiga - "Bugatti"
(Director: Helmi)
Lorn - "Acid Rain"
(Director: R113)
Best Alternative Video - UK Best Alternative Video - International Best Alternative Video - Budget
The Staves - "Black & White"
(Director: Jack Whiteley)
Flying Lotus ft. Kendrick Lamar - "Never Catch Me"
(Director: Hiro Murai)
Son Lux - "Change Is Everything"
(Director: Nathan Johnson)
Best Urban Video - UK Best Urban Video - International Best Urban Video - Budget
Rag'n'Bone Man ft. Vince Staples - "Hell Yeah"
(Director: Truman & Cooper)
Kendrick Lamar - "Alright"
(Director: Colin Tilley, The Little Homies)
Dels - "Burning Beaches"
(Director: Us)
Best Art Direction & Design in a Video Best Styling in a Video Best Choreography in a Video
Tiga - "Bugatti"
(Art Director: Anna Brun & Helmi)
Rihanna - "Bitch Better Have My Money"
(Stylist: Mel Ottenberg)
Sia - "Elastic Heart"
(Choreographer: Ryan Heffington)
Best Cinematography in a Video Best Colour Grading in a Video Best Editing in a Video
Kendrick Lamar - "Alright"
(DOPs: Corey Jennings & Rob Witt)
Rudimental - "Never Let You Go"
(Colourist: Aubrey Woodiwiss)
Royal Blood - "Out Of The Black"
(Editor: Max Windows at Stitch)
Best Animation in a Video Best Visual Effects in a Video Best Live Music Coverage
Royal Blood - "Out Of The Black"
(Animators: Mike Carlo, Ian Miller, Yuri Fain,
Sachio Cook, Alex Kwan, Sam Marlo)
Black Atlass - "Jewels"
(VFX Artist: Yoann Lemoine)
Lenny Kravitz - "Just Let Go"
(Director: Paul Dugdale)
Best Music Documentary Best Lyric Video Best Interactive Video
The Wrecking Crew
(Director: Denny Tedesco)
The Shoes - "Feed The Ghost"
(Director: Dent De Cuir)
Cee Lo Green - "Robin Williams"
(Director: Vania Heymann)
Best Commissioner Best Producer Best New Director
James Hackett Sarah Tognazzi Helmi
Best Director Best Artist The Icon Award
David Wilson Flying Lotus David Mallet

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