Yesterday Motion Unlimited presented their show Boulevard of Broken Beats at the Shoot Me Film Festival. A large orchestra played a symphonic mix of jazz, classical and World music, accompanying video and movie images, to tell the audience the story of 24 hours in a city that never sleeps. This complete experience of sound and image was set in a very special location: the enormous hall of the E.On power station.
In the same location the award ceremony of the Dutch Music Video Competition and the Different Angle Film Competition took place.The winners of the Dutch Music Video Competition:Best International Music Video: Hey / Artist: Eatliz, by director Guy Ben Shetrit, Israel.
Audience Award Best International Music Video: Rising Tide/Artist: Quio, director Christine Lang, Germany.
Best Dutch Music Video: Squeeze Me / Artist: Kraak & Smaak, from the directors André Maat and Henk Loorbach.
Audience Award Best Dutch Music Video: Here Comes the Summer / Artist: Moke, by Wouter Stoter and Marleen Jonkman
The winner of the Different Angle Film Competition:
Left Behind, director: Andreas Gräfenstein and Fabian Daub from Germany.
The Audience Award went to the Dutch film Roos Rebergen - 'Ik Weet het Niet Zo Goed' by Bas Berkhout.
The multimedia spectacle of Motion Unlimited and the festive award ceremony closed the fifth edition of the Shoot Me Film Festival. The past eleven days audience, artists and filmmakers met each other in The Hague and there was a wonderful combination of film, debates, music and parties.
We would like to thank everyone who has contributed to this fifth edition of the Shoot Me Film Festival. Sponsors, employees, volunteers, artists, filmmakers and visitors, without you it would not have been possible to organize an event like this. Thank you!
See more pictures on the flickr page of Evert Pronk