Just yesterday, Tribeca Film Festival announced the three winners of its first ever Tribeca Interactive Music Film Challenge. The contest, done in conjunction with Interlude, Lincoln Motor Company, and Genero.tv, got more than 125 submissions from both new and experienced filmmakers and animators across the world. Each contestant used Interlude's interactive video authoring suite, Treehouse, to design a music video, set to his choice of a song by either Damon Albarn, Aloe Blacc, or Ellie Goulding.
In the end, Albarn, Blacc, and the judging panel selected the three winning entries to debut at the Tribeca Online Festival and at select Tribeca Film Festival venues and lounges. Winners include Jakub Romanowicz of Poland, who made an animated music video for Albarn's "Heavy Seas of Love," Mohit Israney of India, who made a video set to Blacc's "Ticking Bomb," and Máté Szabó of Hungary for Ellie Goulding's "Dead in the Water." Click each respective link to check out the filmmaker's impressive music videos.