News: Radar Music Video Festival @ Digital Broadway 29th Feb. 6.30pm cert. 15
For one night only, Radar Music Video Festival hits Broadway with a snippet of its competition, showing some of the most inspiring, alternative music videos in the industry.Artier and far more creative than the average popular music videos on MTV, the Radar bunch really is a cut above the rest.Open to non-professional music video makers, the competition invited entrants to submit promos for a range of tracks by artists from The Heavy to The Good The Bad And The Queen.
Broadway presents 13 music videos from the finalists of Radar Music Videos Awards held at the ICA in January. A compilation aimed to gob smack the audience with some time-consuming and beautifully drawn pieces, but also to produce some laughs with the comical and somewhat controversial content. Intended to provoke and mock the conventional content of music videos, this work makes you appreciate true talent.
Caroline Bottomley, the organiser of this event will be doing an introduction and a Q&A session afterwards to explain the festival’s philosophy and the opportunities for new filmmakers.
Radar was set up to connect filmmakers across the world with music video opportunities. The intention is to empower, inspire and connect. At the end of January, it will relaunch as Radar Music Video - a social networking site for young filmmakers and bands.