Berlin music video awards
The Berlin Music Video Awards (Berlin MVA) is a festival and networking event for filmmakers, directors, artists, musicians, and music video fans held annually in Berlin, Germany. The four-day event consists of music video marathons, live performances, DJ sets, various workshops, and fashion. The Berlin MVA highlights that anyone can participate - quality, originality and diversity will be rewarded.
|Berlin Music Video Awards|
|Dates||Consecutive 4 days in May/June|
|Years active||2013 - present|
|Founded by||Aviel Silook|
The Berlin MVA was founded in 2013 by the producer and manager Aviel Silook. The event-organizer initiated this festival and award ceremony as this format had not existed in Berlin. Initially, it was aimed to be local but in the first year of existence it became international with particpants from Europe and North America. Ever since, more award categories have been added and the international recognition has grown. Amongst the awardees are The Prodigy, Coldplay, and Little Big (band).
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