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Moving Image Award Winners
Congratulations to the winners in the Moving Image Award category of the 2022 Q Awards.
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    Q Awards 2021

    The Moving Image Award

    This category is for creatives with a passion in the moving image, whether it be a short film, narrated documentary work, or using more than one media element in a final product.

    We’re looking for work that is striking, professional, technically accomplished, has individuality and has a story behind the vision. We’re delighted to have this category in the Q Awards and look forward to seeing the entries.
    WHAT YOU CAN ENTER UNDER THE MOVING IMAGE AWARD:
    • Short film
    • Documentary work
    • Mix media using video (eg, video + animation)
    CATEGORY PRIZES:
    • Orange
    • Gold
    • Silver
    • Bronze
    ENTRIES WILL BE ASSESSED ON:
    • Originality
    • Technical accomplishment
    • How striking the work is
    • The thinking behind the work
    • The story behind the work
    • The impact on its potential audience
    BENEFITS OF ENTERING THE Q AWARDS:
    • CV Boost: you’ll make your CV stand out from the crowd by including details of your entry for the Q Awards.
    • Real World Experience: your work will be scrutinised by judges who know what it takes to succeed in a commercial environment.
    • Big Prizes: everyone gets a digital badge for entering, but you also get the opportunity to win one of the incredible category prizes.
    *Ts and Cs apply
    ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
    • Any work must be the sole work of the entrant.
    • The entrant must provide a link to a video sharing platform, eg, YouTube or Vimeo
    • Each entrant must write a description of their work to help judges understand the thinking and process, plus how the work was carried out. This section is 250-400 words.
    ENTRIES OPEN: Wednesday 26 Jun
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    Q Awards 2024

    The Moving Image Award

    This category is for creatives with a passion in the moving image, whether it be a short film, narrated documentary work, or using more than one media element in a final product.

    We’re looking for work that is striking, professional, technically accomplished, has individuality and has a story behind the vision. We’re delighted to have this category in the Q Awards and look forward to seeing the entries.
    WHAT YOU CAN ENTER UNDER THE MOVING IMAGE AWARD:
    • Short film
    • Documentary work
    • Mix media using video (eg, video + animation)
    CATEGORY PRIZES:
    • Gold & Silver: Career boosting prizes (See FAQ page)
    • Bronze: Certificate of Merit
    ENTRIES WILL BE ASSESSED ON:
    • Originality
    • Technical accomplishment
    • How striking the work is
    • The thinking behind the work
    • The impact on its potential audience
    BENEFITS OF ENTERING THE Q AWARDS:
    • CV Boost: you’ll make your CV stand out from the crowd by including details of your entry for the Q Awards.
    • Real World Experience: your work will be scrutinised by judges who know what it takes to succeed in a commercial environment.
    • Prizes: You get the opportunity to win one of the incredible category prizes.

      Plus, you'll be in the running to win a career-changing internship!
    *Ts and Cs apply
    Entry Recommendations:
    • Any work must be the sole work of the entrant.
    • The entrant must provide a link to a video sharing platform, eg, YouTube or Vimeo

    AND/OR

    • Please provide a link to Vimeo or YouTube, or other sharing platform with a password and login if required, where the moving image content is available for judging.
    • Each entrant must write a description of their work to help judges understand the thinking and process, plus how the work was carried out.
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