Winners of the Berlin Music Video Awards 2015


©Fausto Mattia Marino



French directors MEGAFORCE won the Best Music Video award and Best Director award for “Can’t Help Myself” by Brodinski ft. SD at the Berlin Music Video Awards 2015 on May 30, 2015. He was awarded a €2000 and 20 hours at Dailymotion’s studio in Paris.

Stian Andersen at Creo K4 came at the second place for « Skulls » by Röyksopp, followed by Factory Fifteen at Nexus Production at the third place for « Function/Void » by The Bug.

For its 3rd edition, the BMVA festival has been bigger, stronger and louder than ever before! Over 4000 visitors from all rushed to K17 and Neue Heimat to attend the event. From May 27-30, guests and nominees enjoyed 130 music videos, live shows, workshops and mad after-parties. Glittering carpet and grand finale took place in the presence of Paul Cless, August Schram, Beissoul & Einius, Steril and Chris Craft.

The 13 category-winners this year are:


Best Editor
Wolfgang Schröder | We Make Movies

for “Fuck That Shit” by The Synchronizers ft. The Evil Twin of Paul Cless

Best Narrative
Christian Alsan & Carlo Oppermann | Ambitious Films

for “Wie Ich” by Kraftklub

Best Concept
Andrii Kovalov | SYT-X / Igor Kovalov

for “Knock Knock” by Brunettes Shoot Blondes

Best Director
MEGAFORCE | Iconoclast

for “Can’t Help Myself” by Brodinski ft. SD

Best Song
Chefhain Weltrekords | Fungayi Lange

for “Millimaxi” by Pilskills

Best Cinematography
Stian Andersen | Creo K4

for “Skulls” by Röyksopp

Best Art Director
Loïc Andrieu | Emael Films

for “Rouge” by Keffer

Best Animation
Mascha Halberstad | Superfelix

for “Wild Frontier” by The Prodigy

Best VFX
Factory Fifteen | Nexus

for “Function / Void” by The Bug


for “Volta” by Andrew Reynolds

Best Lo-Fi
Marek Partyš

for “Nipomo” by DVA

Most Trashy
Rio Grande | Aufderlichtung

for “Iron Man” by Babyman

Most Bizarre
Torsten Lang & Larissa Blau

for “Time In-Depth” by Excessive Visage