The new festival season starts with changes and invites filmmakers, agencies, clients and students to send their best productions to the competition.
Business films, online productions and documentaries from all over the world can now be submitted to this year's 13th festival edition of the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards. All submitted productions will be judged in the summer by a jury of experts, consisting of experienced and award-winning filmmakers as well as experts from the marketing and communications industry.
A significant change in this festival edition is the new additional Grand Prix for documentaries and reportages. Thus, there will be one Grand Prix - white dolphin - each for the best economic film and one for the best documentary/reportage.
"Documentaries are an important part of the festival. We offer 14 different categories, including documentaries on political issues, nature and wildlife, history, science and technology, to name just a few. With the initiative to award a separate Grand Prix for the best documentary of the year, we want to bring this important discipline even more into focus," says festival director Alexander V. Kammel.
Within the categories, important and current topics such as social responsibility, diversity, inclusion and sustainability have been given even more space. Therefore, from now on, the main category "Corporate Films" will include and "Videos", the new additions "Social Responsibility/CSR" and "Environmental Issues and Sustainability" are available as categories.
There were also changes in the "Corporate Online" media section. Here, the diversity of corporate films was followed up and separate categories were created for corporate presentations, brand image videos and product and launch videos.
Early Bird Discount
There is a ten percent Early Bird discount on all submissions completed by April 21, 2022.
All further information on the categories, entry fees and conditions of participation are available at Cannescorporate.com to find.
Every year, the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards honor the world's best business films, online media, documentaries and reports in one of the most important film centers in the world: Cannes, France. It is the only festival for business films in Cannes, the legendary city of feature films and commercials. The festival was founded in 2010 by Filmservice International. From the beginning, the festival has enjoyed constant growth and has now positioned itself at the top of the world's festivals for business films.