The Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards open the 14th festival edition with an expanded portfolio of categories. Submissions can be entered into the competition until June 1st, 2023, and will be subsequently evaluated by a high-class, international jury, including Oscar and Emmy winners.
Since 2010, the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards have recognized the world's finest corporate films, online productions, and documentaries in one of the world’s premier film capitals, Cannes, France. Filmmakers, film producers, client companies, agencies, television stations, film schools, and students now have the chance to submit their best works for the 2023 competition.
Back to Cannes
Finally, after an unfortunate break due to the pandemic, the Awards Days will take place again in Cannes this autumn. During the event, a series of exciting lectures on current trends in the industry as well as the festival media library, in which all submitted productions can be viewed, offer guests a varied program next to the opportunity to network with industry colleagues from all over the world.
"We look forward to returning to Cannes this year to celebrate all winners appropriately and to reunite the industry."says festival director Alexander V. Kammel.
In addition to honoring the most outstanding productions of the edition, two other special awards will be granted at the awards ceremony: Both the “Best Production Company” and the “Company of the Year” are awarded a Blue Dolphin.
Welcome Champagne at the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards
Along with the proven categories such as “Marketing Communication” or “Brand Image Videos”, there is now a category for “Videos with Influencers and Testimonials” for the first time this year. “Investigative Documentaries and Reports” as well as “Trailer and Teaser Videos for Documentaries and Reports” were also introduced as most recent categories. Furthermore, three new categories, namely “Best Storytelling”, “Best Use of Humor” and “Best Use of Drones”, adorn this year’s “Production Arts & Crafts” section.
The category dedicated to tourism (A.12) will celebrate the best videos of tourism destinations (cities, regions, and countries), tourism products, and tourism services. Madrid Destino, Tourism Australia, Business Iceland, Nebraska Tourism Commission and Uganda Tourism Board are among last year's winners.
The festival is an official member of the International Committee of Tourism Film Festivals (CIFFT) and is part of the CIFFT Circuit, the biggest competition for tourism videos and ads. Winners in the Tourism category will also receive points towards the CIFFT Rankings and will automatically be in the running for the title of World’s Best Tourism Film of the year.
Early Bird Advantage
Anyone who submits their works within the first few weeks will again benefit from an early bird discount of 10 percent. This applies to all completed submissions by April 13, 2023.
All further information on the categories, entry fees and conditions of participation can be found at www.cannescorporate.com.
About the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards
The competition annually honors the world’s finest corporate films, online productions, documentaries and reports in one of the world’s most important film centers: in Cannes, France. It is the only festival for corporate films taking place in Cannes, the city famously known for feature films and advertising productions. The festival was founded in 2010 by Filmservice International. Since then, it has constantly grown, becoming one of the top festivals for corporate films worldwide.