DIG Festival is one of the major international festivals and events dedicated specifically to investigative and video reporting.

*** PLEASE READ CAREFULLY THE CALL FOR ENTRIES BEFORE SUBMITTING YOUR WORK TO DIG FESTIVAL: https://bit.ly/DIG22_Call ***

Every year, DIG Awards acknowledge excellence in journalism and encourage the work of reporters who use video and audio to investigate current social, economic, technological, environmental and political issues. The DIG Awards are presented each year to outstanding works of international calibre, in terms of quality, angle, depth of inquiry, the use of sources and the originality of format. The selection the most deserving project in each of the competition categories is entrusted to an international jury of journalists, directors and communications professionals. The competition is open to productions by television networks, newspapers and magazines, both online and in print, radio stations, agencies, platforms, consortia, associations, institutions and freelance producers. This submission website accepts applications for all DIG Awards video categories. If you are willing to compete with an audio project or are interested in submitting your work for the DIG Pitch competition, please check DIG's terms and submission requirements on dig-awards.org.

*** PLEASE READ CAREFULLY THE CALL FOR ENTRIES BEFORE SUBMITTING YOUR WORK TO DIG FESTIVAL: https://bit.ly/DIG22_Call ***

Works and projects published after June 1st 2021 and June 1st 2022 are eligible for the DIG Awards 2022. All video works entered into the competition must be subtitled in English. There is no limit to the number of works that can be entered by a single subject, but each must fill in a single online entry form. Anonymous works or works without a valid reference are not admitted. Works entered in the competition must have fulfilled their obligations under copyright and related rights legislation. The DIG Association reserves the right to exclude from the competition works that clearly violate copyright law, or that do not respect all the competition guidelines. Under no circumstances will DIG Association be held responsible for any unauthorised use of protected material. This submission website accepts applications for all DIG Awards video categories. If you are willing to compete with an audio project or are interested in submitting your work for the DIG Pitch competition, please check DIG's terms and submission requirements on https://dig-awards.org.