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Last night (Monday, 28th October) the 6th annual UK Music Video Awards were held in London at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, where a throng of British and International filmmakers assembled to celebrate creative and technical excellence in music videos.

This year saw some of the UK's most exciting new talent win awards for outstanding music videos. Best Dance Video went to the Josh Cole directed 'Not Giving In' by Rudimental (featuring John Newman and Alex Clare), Best Alternative Video went to the BISON directed 'Wasting My Young Years' by London Grammar, Best Music Ad went to the Powster directed 'Sing To The Moon' by Laura Mvula and the VEVO Best New Artist award went to Naughty Boy featuring Sam Smith for 'La La La'.

Celebrated British filmmaker Dick Carruthers won the Best Live Coverage award for Led Zeppelin's Celebration Day.

The sixth annual UK Music Awards proved to be more global than ever, with winners coming from Ireland, France, Spain, Belgium, The Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, India and the US, as well as a plethora of new and established home grown directing, producing and commissioning talent.

The UK Music Video Awards editorial director, David Knight, said, "In a year where some pop videos have courted notoriety, this year's UK Music Video Awards has highlighted the true range of creativity that can come out of the process of adding visuals to music. But it was also wonderful to bestow our Icon Award on Julien Temple, a director who was courting controversy with his work over 30 years ago with the Sex Pistols, and is still adding to the language of music and film today."

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