Rorypeck Journalism Awards 2016 – Open for Entries

Rorypeck Awards 2016 for freelance cameramen and women

The only awards dedicated to the work of freelance cameramen and camerawomen in news and current affairs are now open!

Entries are invited in the following three categories: 

Rory Peck Award for News: Honours the work of freelance cameramen and camerawomen in the coverage of a news event where the focus is on the immediacy of the story.
Duration: up to 10 minutes

Rory Peck Award for News Features: Honours the work of freelance cameramen and camerawomen in news features that look beyond the immediacy of the news.
Duration: up to 30 minutes

Sony Impact Award for Current Affairs: Honours the work of freelance cameramen and camerawomen in long-form current affairs that examines a single issue, story or situation and makes an impact on the viewer.
Duration: up to 60 minutes

  • All awards honour quality of camerawork but also take into account individual endeavour and journalistic integrity.
  • Entries must have had their first broadcast (television, agency feed, recognised online news publisher) between 1 JUNE 2015 and 31 JUNE 2016.
  • The Rory Peck Awards are FREE TO ENTER.

CLOSING DATE: MONDAY 1 AUGUST 2016

GOOD LUCK!

Copyright © 2016 Rory Peck Trust, All rights reserved.

 

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