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7 UKMVA Nominations for Reprobates Directors!
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We're thrilled to be nominated for 7 UK Music Video Awards! Congratulations to all our directors for your well deserved nominations!

Best Dance Video - UK
Director - JJ Augustavo - SOULS - Bad Girl

Best Urban Video - UK
Director - Georgia Hudson - Loyle Carner - Isle of Arran

Best Pop Video - International
Director - Oren Lavie - Oren Lavie ft. Vanessa Paradis - Did You Really Say No

Best Rock/Indie Video - International
Director - Andrew Donoho - twenty one pilots - Heavydirtysoul

Best Choreography in a Video
Director - Georgia Hudson - P!nk - What About Us?

Best Colour Grade in a Video
Director - Tomás Whitmore - Hamilton The Musical Mixtape - Immigrants (We Get the Job Done)

Best Director
Georgia Hudson

Kim Jarrett
RY X 'Bad Love' Directed by Irrum

RY X returns with a beautiful and moving new video for 'Bad Love' directed by Irrum. Shot on location in Xilitla Mexico, Ry and Irrum constructed these gorgeous visuals that reflect the heartfelt nature of the lyrics and timbres of the music. Stunning painterly tableaus and set-ups all go hand in hand to create this poetic imagery.

Kim Jarrett
Reprobates Wins Two 2017 MTV VMAs

Andrew Donoho and Tomás Whitmore each take home Moon People Sunday night, Andrew Donoho won his second Moon Person, and Tomás Whitmore won his first, at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards.

In consecutive years, the collaboration between Andrew Donoho and twenty one pilots earn the Best Rock Video crown. This year, their fiery video for "Heavydirtysoul" nabs the award, following up last year's win for "Heathens" in the same category.

MTV also decided to recognize all six videos nominated in the Best Fight Against The System category, including Tomás Whitmore's powerful video for “Immigrants (We Get the Job Done)” from The Hamilton: An American Musical Mixtape.

The night also featured a live medley performance from P!nk, who recreated elements of Georgia Hudson's "What About Us" music video during her electric 7 minute Video Vanguard performance.

Kim Jarrett
P!nk 'What About Us' Directed by Georgia Hudson

Georgia Hudson creates a poignant and poetic piece for P!nk's new music video “What About Us” Combining an emotional narrative, explosive raw performance, colour, fashion, and dance, "What About Us" is a video that feels as big as the song, while also leaving room for moments of intimacy and emotional depth. P!nk, who later this month will be honoured with the Video Vanguard Award at the 2017 MTV VMAs, strengthens her music video legacy with Georgia's powerful, cinematic, and timely film. 

Kim Jarrett
Under Armour 'Unlike Any' Directed by Georgia Hudson

Under Armour's new campaign directed by Georgia Hudson is #UnlikeAny featuring Misty Copeland and moving portraits of female athletes Natasha Hastings, Zoe Zhang, Alison Desir and Jessie Graff who are beyond compare. Check out all the films below.

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Barns Courtney 'Golden Dandelions' Directed by Alex Southam

Directed, animated and edited solely by Alex Southam comes Barns Courtney’s new video for ‘Golden Dandelions'. The video poses itself as a hybrid of animated mix media collages which explore the celebration of life, all delivered with a trippy psychedelic twist.

Kim Jarrett
Vic Mensa 'Rage' Directed by Andrew Donoho

It’s finally here and one definitely not to be missed!

Vic Mensa’s personal struggles are manifested though a surreal plane crash in the powerful new video for “Rage," directed by Andrew Donoho.

From Andrew on the video:

"Rage stood out as one of the most powerful, personal, and intense songs Vic has released, and I wanted to create something equally visceral. The song stemmed from his mindset during a fight with depression and addiction, so a plane crash felt like the perfect metaphor for the loss of control and the battle for survival. Burying this metaphor into a drug/alcohol fueled death-dream allowed the raw emotion of the song to manifest on screen in a harrowing narrative that takes place between fantasy and reality."

Kim Jarrett
Ka5sh 'I'm Depressed' Directed by Pasqual Gutierrez and Aman Sigh

Ka5sh has unveiled the video for their millennial anthem, “Im Depressed”. Shot by LA directors Aman Sigh and Pasqual Gutierrez and produced by Lillie Wojcik of LYKA, the surrealist video features a twisted series of vignettes, showcasing depression through the lenses of different Internet stars and content creators.

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The Hamilton Mixtape - 'K'naan ft. Snow Tha Product, Riz Ahmed & Residente' - Immigrants (We Get The Job Done) Directed by Tomas Whitmore

Grammy, Emmy, Tony, and Pulitzer Prize-winning artistic pioneer Lin-Manuel Miranda joins forces with Executive Producer Robert Rodriguez and breakout Director Tomás Whitmore of Diktator to create a stunning and timely music video for the hit song, “Immigrants (We Get The Job Done)”.

The video, filmed entirely on trains, uses conceptual and compelling vignettes to highlight various aspects of the immigrant experience. From cramped living quarters, to border crossings, Syrian air strikes to daily working life, we are immersed in the struggles of those seeking the promise of a better life.

“To make a film that empowers and honors the migrant narrative in an inclusive manner has been nothing short of transformative for everyone involved,” Tomás says. “Our hope is that the film can convey the notion that human mobility is the cornerstone of human history, and ultimately, act as a reminder that we are all on this journey together.”

Kim Jarrett
Everything Everything 'Can't Do' Directed by Holly Blakey

For Everything Everything ‘Can’t Do’ Holly loved the idea of creating something dark, a horror film of sorts to harness the energy of the track in another light. She wanted to use dirt, creating a world seemingly locking it’s characters inside... it felt fitting due to the current political climate to create an inescapable place, more and more people being reborn, turning into things they never imagined. The band are represented in the form of masks which add to the surreal feel of the film. Executive Producer Mary Calderwood said “it was wonderful being supported by Elizabeth Doonan at Sony and the band were amazing to collaborate with.”

Kim Jarrett