The Inside Film Awards are calling for entries for the SAE IF Award for Best Music Video.
- The SAE IF Award for Best Music Video closes for rating and submission on the 17th of September 2010 – get your entries in now.
THE INSIDE FILM AWARDS SHINE THE SPOTLIGHT ON THE PEOPLE BEHIND THE CAMERA OF YOUR FAVOURITE MUSIC VIDEOS
Some of the world’s most acclaimed film directors including Spike Jonze, Martin Scorsese, Michael Gondry, Sofia Coppola, Gus Van Sant, Michael Bay and David Fincher have turned their hand to music video direction. In fact Sofia Coppola’s clip of Kate Moss pole dancing to I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself by The White Stripes garnered her nearly as much praise as her Oscar winning film Lost in Translation.
The Inside Film Awards, Australia’s only people’s choice film awards, celebrate the art of the music video through the SAE IF Award for Best Music Video. With past winners including Natasha Pincus for God Told Me To by Paul Kelly, the creative team behind the video for Just A Boy by Angus & Julia Stone and Dan Reisinger for Sway Sway Baby by Short Stack. The IF Awards are looking to find Australia’s most talented music video directors and most incredible music videos.
“It was an amazing experience to be a part of the film world and cheer Dan [director Dan Reisinger] on when we heard his name announced.” Short Stack
“It was really great to be acknowledged with an IF award. There were so many people involved in that clip and very little money to make it with… it showed us that art in any medium can reach people purely with creativity, family and love.” Angus and Julia Stone
“The IF Award for Music Video is one of the only avenues for celebrating music video as a legitimate filmmaking art form in Australia. It is an amazing opportunity for music video filmmakers to have their work seen and recognised by a national audience of professionals across both film and music industries.” Natasha Pincus
The SAE IF Award for Best Music Video closes for rating and submission on the 17th of September 2010 but the earlier the entry the more time fans have to rate. The SAE IF Award for Best Music Video is open to any music video by an Australian artist with an Australian director that has screened on Australian free-to-air or cable television since September 18th 2009 or at an IF Accredited film festival. The Award is decided by the public, so if you have made a music video make sure you submit it, and if you have seen any log on and rate it! For details on how to submit your music video email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“SAE Institute prides itself to train the future leaders of the Film Industry and is now extremely thrilled to be involved with the IF awards, a collaboration that affirms our commitment to the Australian film industry” Arno Vanderkraan, National Marketing Manager & Head of International Recruitment.
SAE Institute is the world’s largest Audio Engineering & Film Making tertiary training centre, comprising of a vast network of over 50 campuses in 24 countries around the globe, giving its students the unique opportunity to study and travel at the same time. SAE students receive individual access to the Institute’s extensive studio facilities, including professional recording and digital film studios, enabling them to develop the practical hands-on skills required for the dynamic digital media & entertainment industry.Share