8TH ANNUAL CANNES CORPORATE MEDIA & TV AWARDS – ENTRIES FOR 2017 CLOSING SOON

There are only have 9 more days left to get your entry in for this year’s Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards! Final submissions must be received by June 2nd, 2017.

Entries are open to all film producers, client companies, agencies, TV stations, and students, to submit their corporate films, advertisements, online media, documentaries and reports.

Industry professionals, jury members and mass media representatives from all over the world will meet and network during the Awards Festival, which will take place on September 27th and 28th, 2017 in the legendary French ‘city of films’ – Cannes.

Entries will be judged by a panel of industry experts, Academy Award and Emmy winners, along with media, marketing and communication professionals.

Last year’s film of the festival Grand Prix White Dolphin Trophy went to Threesixzero Productions ‘Jus des Idées’ short for Restaurant André.

Jury President, Peter Beck commented,

“A film does what it does best. In a subtle way, the spectator is introduced to the secrets of a sophisticated taste. At the same time, he learns of the protagonist’s uncompromising attitude. This work arouses sensitive feelings and emotions in a masterly way. With its excellent graphic and a magnificent cinematography, one can nearly smell the preparation of the products. In one word: inspiring!”

The Awards’ Grand Prix prize the White Dolphin
(image: Filmservice International).

Winners will receive the coveted Dolphin Trophies in gold, silver and black at the Awards Gala Dinner. With the Grand Prix White Dolphin trophy going to the best film of the festival, and the new Blue Dolphin trophy awarded to the best production company of the year.

A ‘Before the Awards Gala’ will also take place during the festival at Palm Beach, Cannes, along with the new and popular lecture series that began at the 2016 festival.

Cannes, the French ‘City of Film’ (image: supplied).

CATEGORIES

Trophies are awarded in a total of 41 categories summarised into the following five main categories:

  • Corporate Films and Videos
  • Documentaries and Reports (TV, Online, Cinema)
  • Corporate Online Media
  • Production Arts & Crafts
  • Student Films

To address new video technologies and the current changes taking place within the media & film industry the Awards have added a number of new categories.

Such as:

  • 360-Degree Documentaries
  • Best Use of 360-Degree
  • Social Media & Short Videos (Snack Content, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat…)

All productions which have been aired, produced or posted online after January 1st, 2015 can take part in the competition.

Submissions can be made online via the online entry tool until June 2nd, 2017.

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