Congratulations to Xavier Fauthoux, who is our Grand Prize winner of the Music Video Challenge 2012.
Xavier will be invited to work on a project in a key office in the Saatchi & Saatchi global network, working alongside some of the best creatives in the business. His video for It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World will also become the official music video for this track, and will be screened in front of an audience of 450 people at BUG at the BFI Southbank in London on August 30th.
The other filmmakers whose entries were chosen by Universal Music to become official music videos are: Camilo Rodriguez for Try Me, Chief Mojo/Doug Hardee for Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag, and Luis Cisneros for Sex Machine (Part 1). Along with Xavier Fauthoux, each of them will receive US$4000 in prize money funded by Universal and Genero.tv.
Watch all the selected videos on our James Brown Music Video Challenge 2012 page.