Music videos are artworks
crafted by talented and innovative minds

MUVI celebrates their creations


Les vidéoclips sont des oeuvres d’art
façonnées par des esprits talentueux et innovants

MUVI célèbre leurs créations

2014 Awards announced

Discover the awarded videos at MUVI 2014.
2015 edition information coming soon.

Browse 2014 MUVI Awards
June 16th
Call for entries
Sep 26th
Submission deadline
Oct 27th
Official selection
Nov 21st


Grimur Atlason

Iceland Airwaves Festival

Biggest icelandic music festival manager, Retro Stefson’s band manager, mayor of two cities in Iceland.

Dilly Gent

Dilly Gent & Son

Radiohead’s creative director, music video commissioner & producer. Also co-founder of From the Basement live sessions.

Martin Henri

Roméo & Fils

Inspired Montreal producer & talent-scout.

Emily Kai Bock

Avant-garde filmmaker & photographer. Directed music videos for Grimes, Arcade Fire, Majical Cloudz and many more.

Vincent Moon

Filmmaker & soundscape explorer. Main Director of La Blogothèque.

Dylan Phillips

Half Moon Run

Drummer, pianist & singer. Simultaneously.

Benjamin Shapiro

VICE Magazine

Senior Editor, contributing writer for The New Yorker, ex editor-in-chief at Noisey.

Julia Willinger

Mom + Pop Music

VP of A&R. Based in Brooklyn, NY.

Awards categories

Best Music Video
presented by

Best Script & Concept

Best Visual Effects

Best Animation

Best Live Performance
presented by

Best Choreography

Best Sets & Costumes

Best Interactive Video

Best Montreal Video
presented by

Value : C$2000

Special prizes

Jury Grand Prize

Emerging Talent
presented by

Value : C$2000

Viewers Choice
presented by

Over the past decades, music videos have grown into a key element of a musical career. More recently, new technologies have made a cheap and worldwide access to both production and broadcast of music videos widely available, but also provided music video makers with new tools, allowing them to incorporate various levels of interaction in their work. Unofficial videos multiplied, while creative minds around the globe were finding inventive ways to enhance the music video experience, incorporating other artistic elements in their work : dance, comedy, visual arts, costumes, plastic arts and storytelling. No longer confined to the strict boundaries of its traditional format, music video is a form of art of its own.

Along the years, it has also given birth to a new creative industry, which rallies a wide range of skills and areas of expertise. Be they directors, producers, editors, DOP or colorists, they are all taking part to its development. They all put forward their singular vision and aesthetics, making the collaborations with artists and bands even more inspiring and engaging. MUVI celebrates their creations.

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