New Zealand Music Award for Best Music Video

Best Music Video is a New Zealand Music Award that honours New Zealand artists for excellence in music video production.The award was first presented in 1983 and is given to the video director. Previous winners have included feature film directors Niki Caro, Jonathan King and Chris Graham, and acclaimed artist Fane Flaws. The most wins have gone to Joe Lonie (aka Jo Fisher) who won three time for Supergroove videos and a fourth for Goodshirt. In 2012 all three nominees went to Special Problems, the creative partnership of Joel Kefali and Campbell Hooper.[1]

Recipients

Year Director Song Other nominees Ref
1983 Andrew Shaw "Outlook For Thursday" (DD Smash) [2]
1984 Bruce Morrison "I'm In Heaven" (Dave McArtney & The Pink Flamingos) [3]
1985 Fane Flaws "Diamonds On China" (The Narcs)
  • Debra Bustin - "Krazy Legs" (The Pelicans)
  • Roger Guise - "I Like to Drive" (Scotty & Co)
[4]
1986 Kerry Brown "As the Sun Goes Down" (Everything That Flies) [5]
1987 Matt Box Films "Sensitive to a Smile" (Herbs) [6]
1988 Fane Flaws "Sweet Lovers" (Holidaymakers)
  • Janine Morell - "Haere Mai" (Cara Pewhairangi)
  • Paul Middleditch - "Nobody Else" (Tex Pistol and Rikki Morris)
[7]
1989 Paul Middleditch, Polly Walker, Debbie Watson "I Feel Love" (Fan Club) [8]
1990 Niki Caro "Bad Note for a Heart" (Straitjacket Fits) [9]
1991 No awards held this year
1992 Mauger Bros "Trippin’" (Push Push) [10]
1993 Kerry Brown, Bruce Sheridan "Four Seasons in One Day" (Crowded House) [11]
1994 Matt Noonan, Josh Frizzell "System Virtue" (Emma Paki) [12]
1995 Jo Fisher, Matt Noonan "Can't Get Enough" (Supergroove) [13]
1996 Sigi Spath, Jo Fisher "You Gotta Know" (Supergroove)
  • Greg Page - "Honeyblonde" (Throw)
  • Matt Noonan, Josh Frizzell - "Static: Part One" (Joint Force)
[14]
1997 Sigi Spath, Joe Lonie "If I Had My Way" (Supergroove) [15]
1998 Mark Hurley "Home Again" (Shihad) [16]
1999 Reuben Sutherland "Wait and See" (Shihad)
  • Sima Urale, Makerita Urale - "Sub-Cranium Feeling" (King Kapisi)
  • Mark Tierney, Fiona Champtaloup - "Unlikely" (NV)
[17]
2000 Reuben Sutherland "My Mind's Sedate" (Shihad) [18]
2001 Alex Sutherland, Michael Lonsdale "Touchdown" (The Stereo Bus)
  • Greg Page - "One Day Ahead" (Eye TV)
  • Wade Shotter, Jamie Dower - "Silent Film" (Augustino)
[19]
2002 Matthew Metcalfe, Greg Rewai "Fade Away" (Che Fu)
  • Garry Sullivan - "Seed" (Dimmer)
  • Ed Davis, Paul McLaney - "Complicated" (Gramsci)
[20]
2003 Joe Lonie "Sophie" (Goodshirt) [21]
2004 Chris Graham "Stand Up" (Scribe) [22]
2005 Chris Graham "We Gon' Ride" (Dei Hamo) [23]
2006 Mark Williams "Wandering Eye" (Fat Freddy's Drop) [24]
2007 Sam Peacocke "Crazy? Yes! Dumb? No!" (The Mint Chicks)
  • Angus Sutherland, Liam Finn - "Second Chance" (Liam Finn)
  • Stephen Tolfrey - "Maybe" (Opshop)
[25]
2008 Ian Hart "Her Hairagami Set" (The Brunettes) [26]
2009 Chris Graham "Brother" (Smashproof featuring Gin Wigmore)
  • Sam Peacocke - "I Can't Stop Being Foolish" (The Mint Chicks)
  • Tim Van Dammen - "Turn Around" (Sola Rosa featuring Iva Lamkum)
[27]
2010 Tim Van Dammen "Just a Little Bit" (Kids of 88) [28]
2011 Special Problems "Punching in a Dream" (The Naked and Famous) [29]
2012 Special Problems "The Sun" (The Naked and Famous)
  • Special Problems – "Take a Picture" (David Dallas)
  • Special Problems – "My Calculator" (Zowie)
[30]
2013 Joel Kefali "Royals" (Lorde)
  • Nick Dwyer – "In Colour" (Shapeshifter)
  • Thunderlips – "Frankenstein" (Randa)
[31]
2014 TBC TBC [32]

References

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  5. ^ "1986 winners". NZ Music Awards. Recorded Music NZ. Retrieved 30 October 2014. 
  6. ^ "1987 winners". NZ Music Awards. Recorded Music NZ. Retrieved 30 October 2014. 
  7. ^ "1988 winners". NZ Music Awards. Recorded Music NZ. Retrieved 30 October 2014. 
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  10. ^ "1992 winners". NZ Music Awards. Recorded Music NZ. Retrieved 30 October 2014. 
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  30. ^ "New Zealand Music Awards 2012 Winners". Under the Radar. UTR. Retrieved 30 October 2014. 
  31. ^ "Lorde wins big at 2013 NZ Music Awards". 3 News. Mediaworks NZ. Retrieved 30 October 2014. 
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