UK Music Video Awards 2019 All the Winners!

Cinelab London proudly sponsored The Best Pop Video UK award for the first time this year.  The use of film in music videos, especially 16mm, has grown hugely in the last three years, a real renaissance. Many makers of music videos have been using Cinelab London for processing and scanning in up to 4K. 

The 12th annual UK Music Video Awards took place on October 23rd at the Roundhouse in London, hosted by BUG frontman, and UKMVA regular host, Adam Buxton.  Congratulations to All the winners!  Cinelab London is delighted to have collaborated on ten of the final shortlisted videos and five of the final award-winning videos, all shot on film.   The UKMVA’s has become the most important annual event in the calendar for the world of music video production, celebrating the best work in music videos made in the past twelve months – from big-budget pop video productions to low budget gems.

Best Urban Video – Newcomer
Jay Prince – Beamlight

Director: Filmawi
Producer: Joseph J Goldman
Prod co: Compulsory.
Record co: Cosa Nostra Music 

Film Laboratory: Cinelab London

Best Rock Video – UK
Sam Fender – Dead Boys

Director: Vincent Haycock
Producer: Fred Bonham-Carter
Prod co: Park Pictures
Commissioner: Semera Khan for Polydor 

Film Laboratory: Cinelab London

Best Urban Video – International
A$AP Rocky ft Tame Impala – Sundress

Director: Frank Lebon
Producers: Anastasia Ehrich & Nat Baring
Prod co: Camera Club
Commissioner: A$AP Rocky
Record co: A$AP Worldwide, Polo Grounds Music, RCA Records

Film Laboratory: Cinelab London

Best Special Video Project in association with The Mill
Kano – Trouble

Director: Aneil Karia
Producer: Precious Mahaga
Prod co: Somesuch
Commissioner: Sam Seager for Parlophone  

Film Laboratory: Cinelab London

Best Alternative Video – Newcomer in association with OB Management
Obongjayar – Never Change

Director: Duncan Loudon
Producer: Tarquin Glass
Prod co: Somesuch
Commissioner: Richard Grewe for Plastic Circle


Film Laboratory: Cinelab London