EVCOM's awards schemes cover every aspect of live, visual and digital communication, as well as the unique EVCOM Industry Awards that celebrate the very best of the best of in all integrated disciplines.
Here is what you need to know about entering EVCOM's prestigious awards schemes. Entering is easier than ever!
Start by clicking on the 'Awards Scheme' button below and choosing your scheme from the drop down menu. Select your categories and complete all the entry details. You can save your entry at any time by clicking the Save button.
You can enter your project into more than one awards scheme at the same time. To do this please go back to the 'Awards Scheme' button, pick the second scheme from the drop down menu and then tick relevant categories. The details from the original entry will automatically be saved.
The content of the original entry will be copied onto the next chosen scheme but you will be able to edit it if needed. Once you click the 'Pay for your entry' button, you will see all the schemes and categories you have entered your project into.
From March until late June at least two schemes will be open for entry simultaneously, allowing entrants to save time by entering the same project in more than one scheme.
EVCOM Screen Awards
EVCOM Live Awards
EVCOM Clarion Awards
EVCOM Industry Awards
How to enter
1. Choose an award
EVCOM Clarion Awards 2017
Please tick the categories you would like to enter
Choosing the right category for your project Is your project about the environment, diversity, equality, community, charity initiatives, education, ethical, health or welfare? If so, please read the list of categories below to select which one is most appropriate. There are separate categories for live events, screen and digital projects so you need to decide whether your project is primarily live, screen or digital based. Does it use more than one medium? The strategy/campaign category is the answer!
The Clarion Awards judges define sustainable development as development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. CSR describes the actions that an organisation takes to meet the over-arching goal of sustainability. For further information on how to enter and the Clarion Awards rules click here. To view FAQs about the EVCOM Clarion Awards click here.
|Brand communication (Event)||
An event or series of events designed to represent an organisation and its brand. The content can be for a charity or a 3rd sector organisation or a commercial brand promoting its sustainability credentials.
|Brand communication (Screen)||
A singular film or a series of films that represents an organisation and its brand. The content can be for a charity or a 3rd sector organisation or a commercial brand promoting its CSR credentials.
An event or series of event celebrations, including but not limited to anniversaries, awards ceremonies, fundraising, community celebrations and with specific emphasis on CSR, health, education, social welfare, social inclusion and diversity.
A singular film or a series of films made for/or as part of celebrations, including but not limited to anniversaries, awards ceremonies, fundraising, community celebrations and with specific emphasis on CSR, health, education, social welfare, social inclusion and diversity.
For digital campaigns including websites and apps which promote or raise awareness of issues including CSR, sustainability, health, education, social welfare, inclusion and diversity.
|Diversity and inclusion (Event)||
An event or series of events that promote tolerance, diversity and inclusion. This includes (but is not restricted to topics concerning discrimination, whether for gender, disability, sexual orientation and race, religion or any other reason.
|Diversity and inclusion (Screen)||
A singular film or a series of films that promotes or reports upon tolerance, diversity and inclusion. This includes topics concerning discrimination, whether for gender, disability, sexual orientation and race, religion or any other reason.
|Education and training (Event)||
An event or a series of event initiatives which aim to improve and enhance safety, best practice and sustainability through workshops, team-building, training, learning & development.
|Education and training (Screen)||
A singular film or a series of films that educates employees or external audiences in order to improve health and safety, environmental initiatives (such as recycling) and diversity. This includes the education of both children and adults and films made for schools.
An event or a series of events designed to promote and educate about issues such as climate change, renewable sources, recycling or promoting sustainable solutions to those issues.
A singular film or a series of films that raises awareness of environmental issues such as climate change, renewable sources, recycling, animal welfare/conservation.
|Health and well-being (Event)||
An event or a series of events designed to raise awareness of health and medical issues and general well-being. This includes combatting illness, dealing with the effects of illness, minimising rates of infection and promoting healthy living. It can be applied to both mental and physical health.
|Health and well-being (Screen)||
A singular film or a series of films that raises awareness of/or promotes health and medical issues and general well-being. This includes combatting illness, dealing with the effects of illness, minimising rates of infection and promoting healthy living. It can be applied to both mental and physical health.
An event or series of events with content or creative technical solutions that offer a new and engaging way of interacting with the audience in order to promote or enhance sustainability.
A singular film or a series of films for an innovative screen solution – film, digital or multimedia which offers a fresh and unique way of engaging users and audiences in projects concerning (but not limited to) the environment, health, education, social welfare and sustainability.
Products or services designed to help event organisers or communities create sustainable events. This includes technical support, venues, locations, consultancy and crewing.
|Social welfare (Event)||
An event or series of events that promotes social wellbeing and good social behaviour and raises awareness of issues such as human rights, discrimination, crime, children’s safety, poverty and community projects.
|Social welfare (Screen)||
A singular film or a series of films that encourages social wellbeing and good social behaviour and raises awareness of issues such as human rights, discrimination, crime, children’s safety, poverty and community projects.
A multimedia strategy or campaign produced to promote or raise awareness of CSR, sustainability, health and wellbeing issues, education, safety, social inclusion and diversity. The campaign must use at least two mediums of communication such as events, digital, film, print and audio.
EVCOM Live Awards
Awards entry is currently closed for the EVCOM Live Awards.
EVCOM Industry Awards
Awards entry is currently closed for the EVCOM Industry Awards.
EVCOM Screen Awards 2017
Please tick the categories you would like to enter
If you require further information on how to enter or the rules of entry please click here. The cost of entering the Screen Awards is EVCOM Members – £150 + VAT per entry, per category and Non-Members – £290 + VAT per entry, per category.
If you are not 100% sure which category your event fits then please submit it anyway with a note to that effect and we will review it. The judges have the right to move a project to a different category if they believe it is better suited elsewhere. Any problems with uploading your entry or any other queries regarding your awards entry, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7287 1002. Closing date for entries has been extended to 2nd May. Good luck!
Creative and effective design and use of animation. Digital distribution provides new channels for delivering animation to multiple devices, a range of screen sizes and audiences in differing locations. Judges will look for content that uses new and traditional methods to reach audiences, and which demonstrates clear creative thinking to achieve the client’s goals.
|CHARITY AND NOT FOR PROFIT||
Screen content that is produced for the third sector; charities and not-for-profit organisations. This category has amazing stories to tell and entries should aim to show how their project delivered exceptional results with creativity and innovation. Judges may take into account the budget restrictions that voluntary organisations typically work under.
Outstanding cinematography. The visual impact of a film can make the difference between success and failure. Continuous technical innovation offers better quality images and more flexibility than ever, so judges will look for films that fully integrate exceptional cinematography into the production, perhaps in ways that have never been done before.
|CONTENT FOR SOCIAL MEDIA||
A film or series of films that connect strongly with a social media campaign or are the central content of the campaign. Judges will look for work that has reached an audience over a series of social media platforms and has been innovative in integrating with other content. Don't forget to share feedback, engagement scores and any evidence you have that your film really hit the mark.
Outstanding direction. Directors see the whole project in their head and work at every stage of the production process to deliver that vision to the screen. Entries should aim to show how direction has made a project a success with a clear reference to the client’s communication objectives and to what extent they were achieved.
For unrivalled documentary programme making. Successful factual films can have a profound impact on an organisation’s culture because they have an authenticity that the audience engages with. Judges will look for examples that use the documentary form to best effect, and reasons why it was the best form for the project.
Outstanding drama-based film making. Corporate film offers exceptional opportunities to use drama to engage audiences, especially when they are overwhelmed with content from digital and social media. Great drama brings stories to life and stays in the memory long after being watched. Entries should aim to show how they developed the client’s messages into a drama that exceeded the project’s objectives.
For the most original, creative and effective editing. All production elements have to come together in the edit and editors need a deep understanding of all aspects of film-making to complete an outstanding film. Judges will look for the contribution the editor(s) made and how it was a key part of a successful project.
|HEALTH AND SAFETY||
Projects with the aim of informing, educating and improving health and safety. This category offers a wide range of creative options for producers, and better outcomes can also be measured successfully. Judges may look for screen content that brings to life areas which are highly regulated but essential parts of commerce and industry.
The most outstanding film achieved with a budget of under £15,000. Digital and social media have made production and distribution more accessible than ever. Judges will be looking for projects that have seized these opportunities to reach new heights of creativity and impact with modest budgets.
Live streaming commissioned by a corporate brand. This includes broadcast, webcast, live 360 video, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Skype and other platforms used for live video. Judges will be looking for creativity, technical expertise and evaluation that show streaming delivering results for a brand.
|MARKETING AND PR||
Screen content commissioned to build and support an organisation’s external reputation. Entries should demonstrate their success in interpreting the client’s core messages and communicating them successfully to defined target audiences. The judges will be looking for evidence of success.
Original music that has been specifically written or recomposed which significantly enhances the experience and impact of the film. The judges will look for examples of how music has both reflected the creative themes of the film and added further value to them.
|ONE TO WATCH||
The film or digital startup business that is making waves in corporate communication. Entrants must have started operating after 1st January 2015 and will be judged on their entrepreneurial spirit, ability to break new ground creatively and technically, and their business performance. Moving image content must be a key element of the company’s offering but does not need to be the only product. EVCOM will assemble a judging panel of brand communication managers to judge this category and shortlisted entrants will be invited to present in person before the judges.
|PROMOTION AND SALES||
Projects produced with the aim of selling, promoting and informing either B2B or B2C. Successful video content works as a central component of a campaign and engages target audiences in a world where content is everywhere. The judges will look for clear sales results as well as creativity and originality.
|RECRUITMENT AND INDUCTION||
Moving image content produced to aid internal branding, talent acquisition, recruitment and induction. This category represents screen content that makes a real impact on recruits, either to attract them to the client business or to brief them when they join. The judges will be looking for a compelling presentation of the client’s brand values and a measurable impact on the client’s business.
The most talented newcomer to the corporate film and visual communication industry. Candidates must have a maximum of two years’ experience in the industry, and may be an employee, freelancer or contractor. If self-employed, candidates should present two references that can be contacted by a judges’ representative. The judges will look for evidence of outstanding work that shows an ability to learn quickly, solve problems and produce innovative solutions – in other words, star potential.
Screen content is changing along with the technology that is used to show it. The judges are looking for best use of innovative technologies such as 360 virtual reality, very large screens at live events, augmented reality, video brochures, live streaming etc. It is essential that you supply data on the effect achieved and on return on the client's investment.
For the most original, creative and effective script. Excellent writing is the foundation on which successful screen projects are built. Entries should demonstrate how they understood and developed the client’s brief into the final script.
Screen content produced to support training, development and education. Submissions should demonstrate their effectiveness either as a standalone project or as part of a broader training programme.
|VFX AND MOTION GRAPHICS||
For creative and effective design and use of VFX and motion graphics. Animation is now a separate category so the judges are looking for effects and motion graphics that support the client’s objectives with originality, creativity and brilliant execution.
2. About your entry
3. Your video and supporting files
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Supporting documents may be uploaded in fields for optional material, we recommend these should be brief. Please note we cannot accept physical files delivered to the EVCOM office.
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