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Written by Promo News - 29 May 2018

Russian band Leningrad's Is Not Paris, directed by Pavel Sidorov, and produced by Storm Films, has won the Best Music Video award at The Berlin Music Video Awards 2018, which took place last week, from the 23th to 26th of May.

With screenings of the nominated videos in 13 categories over four days, the winners of the sixth Berlin Music Video Awards are as follows:

Best Music Video: Leningrad – Is Not Paris (Dir: Pavel Sidorov, Russia)
Best Animation: Run the Jewels - Don’t Get Captured (Dir: Chris Hopewell, UK) 
Best Art Director: Polo & Pan - Coeurs Croisés 
Most Bizarre: Artschool - Ballerina 
Best Cinematography: Ezio Bosso - Rain In Your Black Eyes (AMA) 
Best Concept: Oren Lavie - Second Hand Lovers 
Best Director: Peupleraie - Clément Froissart
Best Editor: Aigel - Tatarin
Best Experimental: Zoe Mc Pherson - Inouï ( and free )
Best Low Budget: Balázs Pándi - Yo Marco! 
Best Narrative: Leningrad- Is Not Paris 
Best Song: Biting Elbows - Love Song 
Most Trashy: Little Big - Lolly Bomb
Best VFX: ZHU & NERO - Dreams

• Berlin Music Video Awards 2018 winners and nominees 

Written by Promo News - 29 May 2018

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