Wondros Director/Artist Oren Lavie Wins Prestigious SXSW Music Video Jury Award

Wondros Director/Artist Oren Lavie Wins Prestigious SXSW Music Video Jury Award

Mar. 19, 2018

Wondros Director/Artist Oren Lavie has been awarded the prestigious SXSW Music Videos Jury Award for his exquisite “Second Hand Lovers.” Lavie’s music video work will also be showcased at L.A.’s Hammer Museum as part of the Flux Screening Series in March. This SXSW Award win for “Second Hand Lovers” is added to Lavie’s recent accomplishments and awards from Los Angeles, Berlin and beyond for his award-winning “Did You Really Say No” music video. Lavie has written and directed internationally celebrated music videos and plays, along with distinguished music albums and children’s books published throughout the world.

The SXSW win is yet another derivative of Wondros’ Executive Producer of Music Dilly Gent’s reputation for discovering up-and-coming talent and her ability to attract some of the most distinguished names in the industry, making her uniquely suited to deliver quality and high-impact music and branded content.

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