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Handle the Jandal 2002 – NZ Music Video Winners

The votes are in, the night has come to an end, and there are many New Zealand music video makers happily tucking themselves away in bed.

Radio Active 89FM presents
Handle the Jandal 2002 –
NZ Music Video Winners

Puma presents Best Shameless Use of Exploitative Tactics to Promote Band
Liam Bourke for “Love Me” by Liam & Vinnie

Rex Royale presents Best Editing
Kate Logan & Tim Gordon for “Littoral” by Hummel

The Package & The Film Equipment Company presents Best Cinematography
Seraphin Prince for “Sea of Tranquility” by John Stanford

Redbull presents Best Concept
James Barr for “The Devil at Your Heels” by Raw Sugar

Playstation presents Best Animation
Liam Bourke for “Maybe Later Baby” by Liam & Vinnie

Oktobor presents Rising Star
Luke Savage for “Trouble” by Dana Éclair

2nd Runner Up
Luke Savage for “Trouble” by Dana Éclair

1st Runner Up
Kate Logan & Tim Gordon for “Littoral” by Hummel

JVC presents the Winner – 1st Prize
Olly Coleman for “Waiting feat. Lotus” by Rhian Sheehan

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