There’s something wonderful about the combination of music and visuals, and this week’s Los Angeles Music Video Festival (LAMVF) is definitely something to check out for both the film and music lover alike.

This celebration and collaboration of music and art will take place at The Downtown Independent Theater on the evenings of Wednesday, May 1st, through Saturday, May 4th, and will feature numerous music video selections from around the world. The four-night program includes six screenings, panels, workshops, and a keynote with the director and co-founder of Propaganda Films, Greg Gold. Selections were chosen from over 400 submissions from 32 countries. With such a diverse and carefully chosen selection, the experience promises to be an eye-opening one.

Check out one of last year’s winning videos:

As young, aspirational, tech-savvy artists navigate the music industry, sometimes the opportunity for global distribution merely requires the simple connection of two motivated individuals. This is the third year of LAMVF bringing together independent musicians and independent filmmakers in a unique and enjoyable way. With an intimate venue seating a mere 250 people, the opportunity to interact on a personal level with the artists is highlighted.

Tickets are only $10 per day or $30 for the entire festival, which includes all four days of festivities and entrance to the after party.

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Los Angeles Music Video Festival