Best Swiss Video Clip

We can no longer imagine everyday culture without the music clip. It is both a means of communication and an independent art form. For this reason, the FONDATION SUISA awards a special nomination prize to each of the five nominees for the «Best Swiss Video Clip» at the Solothurn Film Festival in order to promote the music video art of today. The final - hosting the ceremony for both the audience and the jury award - takes place on the occasion of the m4music festival.

Best Swiss Video Clip 2022: Upload your videoclips now!

FONDATION SUISA, the Solothurn Film Festival and the festival m4music are looking for the best Swiss music video of the year.

You can register and upload your music videos online until 13 September 2021.
➤   Register your clips HERE

The five selected clips will be unveiled on Saturday, January 22, 2022 at the Upcoming Award Night of the 57th Solothurn Film Festival and will compete for the top prize of "Best Swiss Video Clip". ach nomination will receive a prize of CHF 2,000.

The Jury Prize and the Audience Prize for the "Best Swiss Video Clip" will be awarded to the winners on 26 March 2022 during the m4music festival. Both prizes are worth CHF 5,000 each.

The competition is open to video clips produced in Switzerland for Swiss or foreign bands, or internationally for Swiss bands (production years: 2020 and 2021). For further information, see the "Best Swiss Video Clip" rules and the FAQ.

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Winners Best Swiss Video Clip 2021

The pop music festival m4music of the Migros Culture Percentage,the Solothurn Film Festival and FONDATION SUISA have sought and found for the ninth time the «Best Swiss Video Clip» 2021.

No fewer than 195 artists submitted their music videos to the«Best Swiss Video Clip» 2021.

The 2021 Jury's Award went to the Kenyan female rapper and percussionist Muthoni Drummer Queen for her video clip celebrating the feminist anthem «Power», directed by Mei Fa Tan.

The 2021 Audience Award was won by the Neuchâtel musician and composer My name is Fuzzy (Bastien Bron) for his video clip «Une autre Chanson», which he directed himself.

The prizes, each worth CHF 5,000, will be presented at a digital ceremony.

For further information please refer to the media release (in DOWNLOADS on the right. In German, no English translation).


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    Mei Fa Tan, réalisation clip «Power» – lauréate Prix du jury BSVC 2021
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    Bastien Bron (My name is Fuzzy), réalisation clip «Une autre Chanson» – lauréat Prix du public BSVC 2021
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    Laetitia Gauchat (My name is Fuzzy), réalisation clip «Une autre Chanson» – lauréate Prix du public BSVC 2021

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