New York Festivals International Television & Film Awards Now Accepting Entries for 2015

July 23
4:04 2014
New York Festivals International Television & Film Awards Now Accepting Entries for 2015

The 2015 competition unveiled a robust number of categories created to recognize creativity from media content creators around the globe. New Categories include: Life Style Program, Culinary Program, Student Program, Student Journalist, Online Comedy, Online Drama, and Drama Special. Several Promo categories were added to honor engaging program marketing: Animated Program Promo, Licensing/Branding Promo, and Children's Program Promo.

This year's category roster also includes Movie Trailer launched to recognize the often viral, creative art of the movie preview and the Video Art & Experimental Film categories which showcase emerging and avant-garde work from digital media artists.

"I'm thrilled about the addition of a Video Art and Experimental Film category to the New York Festivals. To me, it feels very appropriate to not only award the "World's Best TV & Films" but to put the spotlight also on the fundamental creative work done by media artists. Much as basic scientific research spawns commercial applications, video art and experimental film often inspire popular film and television productions, but generally find less recognition. By honoring outstanding artistic works, the New York Festivals will introduce them to a wider audience and generate a boost to appreciation of their cultural importance," said Alexander Hahn, electronic media artist and New York Festivals Television & Film Awards Advisory Board /GrandJury member.

Rose Anderson, Executive Director of New York Festivals Television & Film Awards strategically evaluates the competition's categories annually; monitoring trends and creative/technological advancements within the television & film industry with appointed Advisory Board members and industry professionals from around the globe. Her mission is to honor the World's Best TV & Films. "Our entrants embody the wide spectrum of programming in all genres from all continents. NYF's categories continually mirror the global trends within the industry and encourage the next generation of story tellers and talent, said Ms. Anderson. "Our agenda is simple-to celebrate the achievement of the many talented men and women who make up the worldwide creative community."


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