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Music Video

“Music videos mean freedom, cause there are no rules whatsoever”

Hiro Murai

Congratulations! We can’t wait to see your creations!

Discover Jurors and Prizes of this discipline by clicking on your European Area: Blue, Yellow or Green, depending on your country.

REMEMBER! If you are selected, you can win:

  •  a cash prize of € 300 
  • the chance to perform or exhibit at the Semifinal Show of your Area
  • a ticket to the Final Show in Rome, Italy, during the prestigious MArteLive Biennial taking place in December 2021
  • the chance to take part in Art Residencies in Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Lithuania and Poland in the summer of 2021
  • international networking, gigs, exhibitions and collaborations

Blue Area

Countries included in this area are: Albania, Austria, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Ireland, Kosovo, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Serbia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Turkey and United Kingdom

Blue Semifinal Show takes place in Tuzla (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Winners of the Semifinal shows will perform in the European Final in Rome (Italy).


Jurors

Sam WoodcockSam Woodcock

Sam Woodcock is a London based editor and colourist working on music videos, features and commercials that has watched and graded hundreds of short films. Sam has worked on both documentaries and dramas as well as being a huge film nerd in his spare time.


Prizes

SEMIFINAL - WINNER

Cash Prize
Cash Prize of € 300
Brought to you by MarteLive Europe

Travel Grant 
All travel costs to Rome covered to reach the MArteLive Europe Final Show and the MArteLive Biennial, both taking place on December 7-8-9, 2021.
Brought to you by MArteLive Europe

SEMIFINAL - SPECIAL PRIZES

Artists selected by the Jury among the Semifinalists

MArteLive Art in Progress
1 Week Stay at Art Residencies in Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Lithuania and Poland in the Summer of 2021, for artists selected by the Jury.
Brought to you by:
* ProCult in Italy and Poland
* Tuzla Live in Bosnia and Herzegovina
* Kintai Arts in Lithuania

Yellow Area

Countries included in this area are: Armenia, Belarus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Norway, Sweden and Ukraine.
The Yellow Semi-Final show takes place in Vilnius (Lithuania).
Winners of the Semi-Final shows will perform in the European Final in Rome (Italy).

Jurors

Ramūnas ZilnysRamūnas Zilnys                       Vilnius, Lithuania

As one of the leading music journalists in Lithuania, Ramūnas Zilnys has been covering music releases and events for more than 20 years. He‘s currently working as Head of Popular Music for Lithuania‘s national broadcaster LRT (Lithuanian Radio and Television), also hosting radio shows, events and writing about music for LRT.lt website.

Titas SūdžiusTitas Sūdžius                       Vilnius, Lithuania

Titas Sūdžius came to the world of images from skateboard culture. As a teenager, he started making skate films based on musical editing. These documentaries eventually led to much more complex music videos. Titas is known for directing short subway films, music videos and commercials. His clips have won awards at the KlipVid competition organized by the Lithuanian National Television and received recognition at international film festivals accross the world. Titas works are valued for their elaborate visual language and metaphorical easthetic.

Lauras LučiūnasLauras Lučiūnas                       Vilnius, Lithuania

Lauras Lučiūnas is one of the veterans of Lithuanian music scene. His company CREATIVE INDUSTRIES specializes in international music projects and manages such bands and artists as Jazzu,The Roop, Vidas Bareikis, Alina Orlova and Gabrielė Vilkickytė among others. Lauras Lučiūnas was one of the founders of Vilnius Music Week – a forerunner of Whats Next in Music?, a showcase festival and music industry conference happening annually since 2012 and aiming to support the growth of professionalism and exports of the local music industry. He was also the producer of Lithuanian Eurovision Song Contest, other TV shows and a lot of national events and concerts. Lauras works as a consultant with different non-governmental institutions and programs for youth and children. He is also a lecturer at various universities.


Prizes

SEMIFINAL - WINNER

Cash Prize
Cash Prize of € 300
Brought to you by MarteLive Europe

Travel Grant 
All travel costs to Rome covered to reach the MArteLive Europe Final Show and the MArteLive Biennial, both taking place on December 7-8-9, 2021.
Brought to you by MArteLive Europe

Atomic Garden Prize
Possibility to participate in a week-long creativity training workshop (July 2021)

SEMIFINAL - SPECIAL PRIZES

Artists selected by the Jury among the Semifinalists

MArteLive Art in Progress
1 Week Stay at Art Residencies in Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Lithuania and Poland in the Summer of 2021, for artists selected by the Jury.
Brought to you by:
* ProCult in Italy and Poland
* Tuzla Live in Bosnia and Herzegovina
* Kintai Arts in Lithuania

Green Area

Countries included in this area are: Andorra, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain and Tunisia.
The Green Semi-Final show takes place in Kracòw (Poland).
Winners of the Semi-Final shows will perform in the European Final in Rome (Italy).


Jurors

Joana ColomarJoana Colomar                       Barcelona, Spain

Joana Colomar is a professor of Videoclip at the University of Vic - Universitat Central de Catalunya, Spain. 
Graduate in Audiovisual Communication at the Universitat Politècnica de Valencia, she completed her studies between Lisbon and the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, where she began her career in the world of advertising as a casting director.
Her first music video, Follow Me for Maïa Vidal, was nominated for the Best International Pop Music Video at the UK Music Video Awards in 2012 (alongside MIA, Lana del Rey and Justice) and for the Best Young Directors Award in Cannes, France.
Since then, she has worked in Spain as an advertising director for production companies such as Mamma Team, CANADA, Brownie or The Production Club and brands such as Decathlon, Bitter Kas, El Corte Inglés, Volkswagen, and many more.

Konrad KuczKonrad Kucz                       Warsaw, Poland 

Konrad Kucz has been a relevant personality in the ambient music scene for 30 years.
As a composer, he creates popular series and film music, publishing on majors like BMG Music, Warner Music, Paris Music, Jazzboy, and Requiem Records.
Konrad Kucz has been touring for 15 years, framing his music with visual arts (video, slides, scenography).
The album of his band Futro was nominated for the European MTV Awards and the national Fryderyk award. 
Tireless explorer, he is inspired by a wide spectrum of musical areas, including folk, industrial, electronic rock, classic, club and contemporary music, where he collaborated with the outstanding Polish composer Pawel Mykietyn for the Nemezis project.

Diana CoratiDiana Corati                       Rome, Italy

Diana Corati has worked for Rai (main Italian TV Broadcaster) for over 10 years as a director, videomaker, reporter and correspondent. She worked in many TV programmes such as Report, Agorà, Mi manda Rai 3. 
In the last  three years, she has been producing travel documentaries for the programme Kilimanjaro, where she works as director, author and video maker. 
She’s also been producing several video promos for the web including Sold Out - Radio 2 programme, where she has collaborated with singers such as Malika Ayane, different theatre companies and important Italian brands such as Lancia.
In the meantime, she teaches filming techniques at the Rome Academy of Fine Arts and at Sapienza University.

Peppe Cammarata Peppe Cammarata                       Rome, Italy

Peppe Cammarata is an author, director and producer. 
Since 2005, he has been directing the Sicilian festival VolcanoFilmFestival and has been the organiser of the first edition of the Across the Vision Film Festival in Cagliari. He is also founder and member of the board of directors of The KiNO, an international cinema project (Rome-Berlin). 
As a director, he has shot short films, documentaries, commercials, video clips, and has participated in several exhibitions with his works of video art.
With Videoinflussi, his production company, he has produced several award-winning documentaries and short films that have won awards all over the world (Be Water, My Friend, Nìguri and Pan evo_Mrtav Grad by Antonio Martino, formerly awarded the Ilaria Alpi award) and more than 30 video clips including Ma che discorsi by by Daniele Silvestri, winner of the PIV and Seduction by Marlene Kuntz directed by Francesco Amato.
He is the author of programmes for productions such as Endemol Shine Italy, Ambra Banijay Italia, Fascino pgt, Stand by me, Mediaset, Discovery.


Prizes

SEMIFINAL - WINNER

Cash Prize
Cash Prize of € 300
Brought to you by MarteLive Europe

Travel Grant 
All travel costs to Rome covered to reach the MArteLive Europe Final Show and the MArteLive Biennial, both taking place on December 7-8-9, 2021.
Brought to you by MArteLive Europe

SEMIFINAL - SPECIAL PRIZES

Artists selected by the Jury among the Semifinalists

MArteLive Art in Progress
1 Week Stay at Art Residencies in Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Lithuania and Poland in the Summer of 2021, for artists selected by the Jury.
Brought to you by:
* ProCult in Italy and Poland
* Tuzla Live in Bosnia and Herzegovina
* Kintai Arts in Lithuania

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