Our mission: To provide a spotlight for filmmakers and production companies who are looking for public recognition of their creative efforts. The Prestige Award represents acknowledgement of the artistic merit of exceptional video productions. Award recipients include producers, directors, actors and all members of the creative team. The Prestige Film Award is a top-tier international awards competition with seasonal deadlines, not a traditional film festival. Winners receive publicity as we broadcast the list of winners via press releases and to our email database of more than 40,000+ filmmakers and industry insiders, as well as other social media such as Facebook and Twitter. The Prestige Film Award has been very successful in introducing winners to distributors who can sell licensing rights around the world.
The Prestige Film Award Competition is an international showcase for unique talent from around the world. Entries are judged against high standards of excellence. The Prestige Award provides an equal chance of winning for all entrants, regardless of size and budget. Entries are judged on quality and creativity. Our goal is to help independent filmmakers gain publicity and exposure to distributors.
Awards go to those filmmakers, television producers and videographers who produce standout entertainment, animation and compelling documentaries.
Past participants have been extremely pleased about the professional opportunities participation in this event has generated for their work.
Please visit our website at www.Prestigefilmaward.com to obtain more information and to better understand the competition.
We welcome your participation!
Winners are awarded as either a Gold, Silver and Bronze award. Winners are posted on our website, and notifications go out to 40,000+ film industry contacts. Winners may order a Prestige statuette for a cost of $375 per statuette (plus $25 for North American shipping. International shipping $150).
Each year, the Annual Humanitarian Award is awarded to a filmmaker for dedicated service to social justice, humanitarian causes and/or environmental issues.
Entries are received from producers, directors, corporate media organizations, freelancers, artists, writers, editors, students and advertising agencies. You do not have to be a member of a particular organization to enter. Any media (film or video) production produced in the previous five years is eligible. There are many categories to enter. Entries may be eligible for more than one category. Submit your entries on DVD in NTSC or PAL format.