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Deadline for Entries in Kodak Music Clip Awards

Deadline for Entries in the Kodak Music Clip Awards

The deadline for entries in The Kodak Music Clip Awards, nee New Zealand Music Video Awards, is drawing near - all submissions must be received by the 20th of June.

Every entry will be judged for all categories: Best Video, Runner Up, Best Director of Photography, Best Editor and The Knack Award. All categories win prizes generously donated by the New Zealand film industry.

The awards ceremony will take place at Bar Bodega in Wellington on the 13th of July. So get your entries in now!

The Awards are run in conjunction with the 16th Wellington Fringe Film Festival and generously sponsored by Kodak New Zealand, The New Zealand Film Commission, Creative New Zealand and Channel Z.

More information and entry forms are available at or phone 04 802 4942

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