LA Music Video Festival: Best Student Video

on Monday, May. 6th

This week we'll be featuring the work of the winners of the Los Angeles Music Video Festival.

The LAMVF has come and gone again, leaving behind only warm memories and the glimmer of prestige. This crop of videos for this–the third annual festival–was the strongest yet. Over 400 entries from dozens of countries vied for the coveted bronze VHS.

First we're honoring the winner of the student category Kyle McNeill's “I Don’t Love You Like I Used To” directed by Alex Lill. If we didn't tell you that it was a student production, you probably couldn't tell.

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