Entries cannot be made without the permission of the client and/or owner of the rights of the work.
You may enter the same piece in multiple categories. There is an entry fee for each category you enter.
Entries submitted must be broadcast, published or released with client approval between October 1, 2011 - December 31, 2012.
Work must not be altered for submission purposes.
Any work created solely for the purpose of entering this competition is not eligible.
If requested by the Jury, the entrant will be required to provide evidence to prove eligibility of entry.
If any category entries do not meet the standard deemed award worthy by the judges, it’s possible that there will be no awards given in that category. Equally, if in any category an entry meets the silver standard but not the gold standard, it is possible that there will only be a silver award given in a category.
Entrants must use royalty-free or licensed music for case studies and presentation videos.
The Entrant indemnifies THE A-LIST AWARDS of all costs that may be incurred from use of non-cleared music.
Entries submitted become the property of THE A-LIST AWARDS and cannot be returned. THE A-LIST AWARDS retains entries for supplemental presentations to educational institutions, trade groups, advertising professionals and the public generally.
The person submitting this entry form(s) certifies that he or she has full authority to approve the rights granted herein.
- Video Case Study - All entrants must provide a 2-3 minute video case study of their campaign. This audio/visual submission will give the Jury an overview of the submitted work and allow them to study the entries with greater detail. This submission should include key visuals, stills, and any relevant audio or video clips that best explain the campaign. Submissions must be in English or with English subtitles or translation. No agency branding, logos, or credits may be in the Video Case Study.
- Supporting Materials - Entrants may also supply additional materials alongside the Video Case Study, if appropriate. Work submitted must be in the exact form it was broadcast, published, or released. Judges will be provided with all Supporting Materials during the judging process. Supporting Materials must be in English or with English subtitles or translation. No agency branding, logos, or credits may be in the Supporting Materials.
Materials may be submitted in the following formats:
- DVD - Data
- CD - Data
- URL - Provide a direct link for us to download entry