2002 Music Video Production Assn. (MVPA) Awards
2002 Music Video Production Assn. (MVPA) AwardsHere are the winners for the 2002 Music Video Production Assn. (MVPA) Awards, handed out May 22 at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles.
Video of the year: System of a Down, "Chop Suey!" (Director: Marcos Siega. Production Co.: Palomar Pictures).
Director of the year: Francis Lawrence
Pop video of the year: Nelly Furtado, "Turn Off the Light" (Director: Sophie Muller. Production Co.: Oil Factory).
Rock video of the year: P.O.D., "Alive" (Director: Francis Lawrence. Production Co.: DNA Inc.).
R&B video of the year: Allstar Tribute, "What's Going On?" (Directors: Jake Scott and Malik Sayeed. Production Co.: Black Dog Films).
Hip-hop video of the year: Ludacris, "Roll Out" (Director: Jeremy Rall. Production Co.: Propaganda Films).
Rap video of the year: Jay-Z, "Guilty Until Proven Innocent" (Director: Paul Hunter. Production Co.: Mars Media).
Alternative video of the year: Radiohead, "Knives Out" (Director: Michel Gondry. Production Co.: Partizan).
Adult contemporary video of the year: Jewel, "Standing Still" (Director: Darren Grant. Production Co.: Palomar Pictures).
Electronic video of the year: Chemical Brothers, "Star Guitar" (Director: Michel Gondry. Production Co.: Partizan).
Country video of the year: Willie Nelson and Lee Ann Womack, "Mendocino County Line" (Director: Mark Seliger. Production Co.: Little Minx).
Soundtrack video of the year: U2, "Elevation" from "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider" (Director: Joseph Kahn. Production Co.: SuperMega).
International video of the year: Fatboy Slim, "Ya Mamma" (Director: Traktor. Production Co.: Partizan).
Best direction of a male artist: DMX, "Who We Be" (Director: Joseph Kahn. Production Co.: SuperMega).
Best direction of a female artist: Mary J. Blige, "No More Drama" (Director: Sanji. Production Co.: Believe Media).
Best direction of a new artist: Tenacious D, "Wonderboy" (Director: Spike Jonze. Production Co.: Satellite Films).
Directorial debut of the year: Basement Jaxx, "Where's Your Head At" (Director: Traktor. Production Co.: Partizan).
Best video produced for under $25,000: Tahiti 80, "Love From Outer Space" (Director: Duffy Calligan. Production Co.: Rock Fight).
Best editing: DMX, "Who We Be" (Editor: Life Garland).
Best art direction: Aerosmith, "Jaded" (Production designer: Laura Fox).
Best colorist/Telecine: Incubus, "Wish You Were Here" (Colorist: Beau Leon).
Best cinematography: matchbox twenty, "Mad Season" (Cinematographer: Matty Libatique).
Best special effects: The White Stripes, "Fell in Love with a Girl" (Special effects: Mikros & Duran).
Best choreography: Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott, "Get Ur Freak On" (Choreographer: Hi-Hat).
Best styling: Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mya, and Pink, "Lady Marmalade" (Stylist: Tricia Summerville).
Best hair: Elton John, "This Train Don't Stop There Anymore" (Hair stylist: Barbara Lorenz).
Best makeup: Britney Spears, "I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" (Makeup artist: Fran Cooper).
Lifetime achievement: Marcus Nispel
Kratz Award for creative excellence: Randy Skinner
Hall of fame: Nirvana, "Smells Like Teen Spirit"