CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS 12th Annual Music Video Asheville Announces
Asheville, NC — We are thrilled to announce a call for submissions for the 12th Annual Music Video Asheville Presented by Prestige Subaru (MVA), the annual showcase to celebrate the collaboration of Asheville musicians and filmmakers.
Ehren Cruz, BJ Leiderman, Jennifer Pickering, and Adama Dembele
Photo by Natasha Meduri
Last year, 80+ local musicians and filmmakers submitted their Music Videos for consideration in this growing event. Twenty seven videos were selected to be shown at the sold out screening making them eligible for awards and prizes. Prizes for winners will include a free day of studio time at Echo Mountain Recording Studios and a $500 cash prize.
All submission guidelines and instructions can be found at www.musicvideoavl.com
Call for Submissions: 12th Annual MUSIC VIDEO ASHEVILLE on Wed, April 24th at Diana Wortham Theatre
Submission Deadline: Friday, March 18th 2019
Who gets selected for the showcase?
that meet the guidelines will be considered by the MVA committee. The best 90 minutes of footage will be selected for the showcase.
Questions about submissions? Email Kelly Denson at Mvaproducer@gmail.com or call 828-515-1081.
1. Crowd Favorite Award – At the event, the audience will vote for their favorite video, and the winning artists will receive a $500 cash prize as well as a coveted MVA trophy.
2. Best of Music Video Asheville 2019- MVA is proud to be offering a the “BEST OF MVA” Award selected by a jury of film and music industry professionals. The winner will receive a day of free studio time at Echo Mountain Recording.
3. Additional Awards: Best Soundtrack, Best Cinematography, Best Visual Design, Best Editing, Best Costume Design
About Music Video Asheville
Gaining in popularity every year, MVA will celebrate its 12th Anniversary by once again rolling out the red carpet at Diana Wortham Theatre. “Grammy style” attire (with Asheville flair, of course) is strongly suggested and tickets for VIP seating will be offered. Pre-show, wine and beer will be offered and networking will take place in the lobby at 5 o’clock. The viewing and awards ceremony will be from 7:30-10pm. Tickets for the event are go on sale February 19.
Barbie Angell and Jonathan Ammons
Photo by Natasha Meduri
MVA returns for the twelfth time to the Diana Wortham Theatre (past MVA’s have taken place at Cinebarre and Fine Arts Theater) and the deadline for submissions to this year’s event is Tuesday March 19, 2018.
Music Video Asheville: Wednesday, April 24th, 2019
5-7pm Networking Party
Tickets go on sale February 19, 2019
$20 adv/ $25 dos
VIP Tickets: $40 online sales only; include two beverages (beer, wine, cocktails, champagne or soda), and preferred seating.
Diana Wortham Theatre
2 North Pack Square
Asheville, NC 28801
Music Video Asheville 2019 is produced by Lush Life Productions. If you’d like to get involved as a sponsor or volunteer for the event, please contact Kelly Denson at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 828-515-1081
Press Contact: Kelly Denson, Lush Life Productions
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