Call for applications: Rory Peck Awards

DEADLINE: AUGUST 4, 2021 –The Rory Peck Awards for professional freelance journalists and filmmakers working anywhere in the world are now open for entries.

The Awards honour quality and impact of work but also take into account individual endeavour and journalistic integrity.

The 2021 Awards are available across four categories: News Award,
News Features Award, Sony Impact Award for Current Affairs, and Martin
Adler Prize

Entries must have been first broadcast/published between 1 August 2020 and 4 August 2021.

Finalists will be internationally recognised by top media outlets and industry professionals, attend the Awards ceremony in London, and win a cash prize of £1000.

Entries not in English must be accompanied by a detailed and accurate storyline and translation.

Each entry costs £25.

The deadline for applications is August 4th, 2021.



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