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New Zealand Music Video Awards Call for Entries


The New Zealand Music Video Awards Call for Entries

If you’ve made a music video, then we want to see it!

Submit your music videos now for the annual New Zealand Music Video Awards to be held at Bar Bodega in Wellington on the 13th of July.

Every entry is judged for all categories: Best Video, Runner Up, DOP, Editor & The Knack Award. All categories win prizes generously donated by the New Zealand Film Industry.

Run in conjunction with the 16th Wellington Fringe Film Festival, this is an event not to be missed.

The deadline for entries is the 20th of June.
Entry forms available at
Phone 04 802 4942 or


Media enquires to: Publicist – Bridget Spencer Phone: 021 619 765 Email:

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