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The ceremony is the only awards show within the music video production industry that recognizes the technical and creative artisans of the industry. Among the categories are awards for Hair, Colorist, Styling and Make-Up.
MUSIC VIDEO PRODUCERS ANNOUNCE NOMS
Eleventh Annual MVPA Awards Ceremony Slated for L.A.'s Kodak Theater on May 22
And you thought the MTV Video Music Awards was the only game in town.

The Music Video Production Association has announced nominations for its 11th Annual MVPA Awards, which will take place at the Kodak Theater in L.A. on May 22.

The ceremony is the only awards show within the music video production industry that recognizes the technical and creative artisans of the industry. Among the categories are awards for Hair, Colorist, Styling and Make-Up.

The nominees in the Pop category include Elton John’s "This Train Doesn’t Stop There Anymore," Jamiroquai’s "Little L," NSYNC’s "Pop," Nelly Furtado’s "Turn Off the Light" and U2’s "Stuck in a Moment…"

The Rock nominees include Boy Hits Car’s "Men Without Skin," Mick Jagger’s "God Gave Me Everything I Want," Mushroom Head’s "Solitaire Unraveling," P.O.D.’s "Alive" and The Strokes’ "Last Nite."

Director of the Year nominees went to Michael Gondry (for White Stripes’ Fell in Love With a Girl," Chemical Brothers’ "Star Guitar" and Radiohead’s "Knives Out"); Phil Harder (Remy Zero’s "Save Me," Incubus’ "Wish You Were Here" and Matchbox Twenty’s "Mad Season"); Joseph Khan (U2’s "Elevation," Enrique Iglesias’ "Hero" and DMX’s "Who We Be"); Marc Klasfeld (Alien Ant Farm’s "Smooth Criminal," Sum 41’s "Fat Lip" and Nelly’s "Fade Wit Me"); Francis Lawrence (P.O.D.’s "Alive," Aerosmith’s "Jaded" and Janet Jackson w/Missy Elliott’s "Son of a Gun"), and Marcos Siega (The Crystal Method’s "Murder," Weezer’s "Hash Pipe" and System of a Down’s "Chop Suey").

For a complete list of nominees, click here.

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