2021 DIG Awards open for submissions

DEADLINE: JUNE 21, 2021 —The 2021 edition of the DIG Awards is currently accepting investigative videos and audio projects.

The DIG’s international competition will award the best investigative video and audio projects and will fund one video project in its pre-production phase.

The Awards will be assigned during the seventh edition of DIG Festival, taking place in Modena (Italy).

In 2021, DIG invites submissions in a variety of Awards categories. Video projects can include: Investigative Long, Investigative Medium, Reportage Long, Reportage Medium, and Shorts.

Audio projects such as podcasts and radio investigations can be submitted in the “Audio” category.

Applicants can also submit under “DIG Pitch”, which is the category for video projects in pre-production stage

The deadline for applications is June 21, 2021.



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