"Princess of China"
Directed by Adria Petty and Alan Bibby
"Big Bad Wolf"
Directed by Keith Schofield
Directed by Nabil Elderkin
Directed by Romain Gavras
Directed by Spike Jonze
It’s not just the names of Kanye West and Jay-Z that give this one to Watch The Throne. Nor is it the fact that they commissioned Spike Jonze to direct their video. Those things help. But the popularity of the project and the actual direction of the video makes us think this will come out on top. For the record, Frank Ocean’s video also makes the list.
Editing by Samantha Lecca
Editing by Alexander Hammer & Jeremiah Shuff
"Somebody That I Used to Know"
Editing by Natasha Pincus
Editing by Eric Greenburg
Editing by Alex Hammer, Peter Johnson & Derek Lee
Gotye may not be the best video nominated, but the editing is pretty dang good. It is a time-lapsed video of a painting and a man being painted. It is done in Celebrity Death Match-style, one frame at a time. We're sure it makes sense somewhere deep down, but if nothing else, it's a fun video to watch. And if the editor hadn’t had the patience, it likely wouldn’t have worked the way it does.
"Turn Me On"
Visual Effects by Alex Frisch, Joe Harkins, Scott Metzger and Vico Sharabani
Visual Effects by Ingenuity Engine
"Burn It Down"
Visual Effects by Ghost Town
"Where Have You Been"
Visual Effects by Baked FX
"First of the Year (Equinox)"
Visual Effects by Deka Bros & Tony T. Datis
This one is a toss-up. David Guetta & Nicki Minaj have the most straightforward cool visual effects, and it likely will win. But there is something about Skrillex’s video that makes us want to see more. It is a great straightforward film-like video, and it deserves to win this category.
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