Rory Peck Awards 2011: Open for Entries

The Rory Peck Awards 2011, sponsored by Sony Professional, are now OPEN FOR ENTRIES

The only competition in the world dedicated to the work freelance cameramen and women in news and current affairs has three competitive categories:

  • The Rory Peck Award for News (max duration: 10 mins)
  • The Rory Peck Award for Features (max duration: 60 mins)
  • The Sony Professional Impact Award (max duration: 60 mins)


All entries must have had their first broadcast (television, agency feed, recognised online news publisher) between 1st August 2010 and 31st May 2011

Closing date for Entries is Monday 6th June 2011 (please note the earlier dates for this year)

For information, guidelines and to enter, please visit the 2011 RORY PECK AWARDS PAGE


THE RORY PECK AWARDS ARE FREE TO ENTER!


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