Submissions for Rose d'Or Nominations open now until 31 May
Unlike other awards, those shortlisted in each category will be invited to discuss their work and share their experiences with others in the industry ahead of the ceremony. You can submit your entries from 1 March in 10 different categories which celebrate the best drama, reality and factual, arts, AR and VR and many more.
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“In 2017 we saw winners from 7 different countries collect a Rose d’Or. This year we once again invite the best global talent to submit their work so we can truly toast the best in international entertainment,” said EBU Head of Television Jeroen Depraetere. “For nearly 60 years the Rose d’Or Awards have celebrated the gold standard in global entertainment and have always adapted to changes in the industry. This year we’re including Augmented Reality for first time alongside Virtual Reality."
IMPORTANT DATES FOR YOUR DIARY:
SUBMISSIONS OPEN: 1 MARCH 2018
SUBMISSIONS CLOSE: 31 MAY 2018
NOMINEES ANNOUNCEMENT: 25 JUNE 2018
ROSE D’OR AWARDS CEREMONY 2018: 13 SEPTEMBER 2018
The Rose d’Or® will reward 10 programmes, one for each of the following categories in which programmes can be entered.
- Comedy (non-scripted and scripted comedy shows excluding sitcoms, but including sketches, panel, improvisation, clips, comedy specials and stand-up routines.)
- Sitcom (scripted situational comedy shows involving regular characters in various everyday situations, in a limited number of sets. A main plot is to be resolved within an episode.)
- Drama Series (scripted multiple shows with different seasons, involving characters in various situations. A main plot can be resolved within a single episode or over the series.)
- Limited Series & TV Movie (scripted shows with limited number of episodes in only one seasons or scripted single show, involving characters in various situations. A main plot is resolved within a single programme or over the series.)
- Augmented Reality & Virtual Reality (original stories available as single episode or series, interactive or not, in a realistic and immersive simulation of a three-dimensional environment)
- Reality and Factual (programmes in which a situation or topic is treated through real-life characters or actors (re-enactment) or programmes which follow real-life characters.)
- Arts (Performing Arts and Cultural Programmes featuring stage recordings and television adaptations of performing arts, or documentaries dedicated to art forms or artists.)
- Game Shows (studio or location-based shows which, through a range of physical or mental challenges, culminate in winners and losers. This Category includes quizzes, panel games, reality programmes, and puzzle-based shows.)
- Entertainment (variety and event show programmes, single or continuing episodes which showcase performing talent.)
- Children and Youth (all genres of programmes produced for children and youth older than 6 years.)
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