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Handle the Jandal Awards category winners

November 27, 2008
EMBARGOED TO 11PM THURSDAY NOVEMBER 27

Handle the Jandal DIY Music Video Awards category winners

The category winners for the 2008 Handle the Jandal DIY Music Video Awards are:

Producer's name, Band, Song
Best Use of Exploitative Tactics to Promote A Band:
The Downlow Concept: The Hot Grits, Headlights
Best Editing:
Curtis Baigent: The Bonnie Scarlets, It's Getting Me Down
Best Cinematography:
Logan McMillan: Flip Grater, Ring Around The Rosie
Best Concept:
Daniel Alexander Fowler: Denmark Street, Will You?
Best Animation:
Marco Vidaurre: The Ruby Suns, Tane Mahuta

Rising Star:
Daniel Alexander Fowler: Denmark Street, Will You?
The 'Golden Jandal' for People's Favourite will be voted on by the audience attending the Handle the Jandal event, and will be announced at around 10pm tonight. A new press release will be issued at that time with updated details and comment.

Radio Active 89FM's 2008 Handle the Jandal DIY Music Video Awards was held Thursday, November 27, at the St James Theatre, Courtenay Place, Wellington.
Radio Active 89FM's Handle the Jandal is the annual competition for Do-It-Yourself New Zealand filmmakers to create music videos for local bands and artists. All videos must be completely self-funded and may only use New Zealand music.

Fifteen finalist music videos, taken from a record number of 122 entries, will be shown in their entirety for the audience to vote for the grand prize, the Golden Jandal for People's Favourite, announced at approximately 10pm. Around $15,000 of prizes will be up for grabs. 


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