Entries for the International Automotive Film and Multimedia Festival AutoVision 2017 are open
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As of now, all film makers, agencies, companies, TV channels as well as students are invited to submit their film and multimedia productions from the automotive industry (passenger cars, motorcycles, commercial vehicles, security, fuels, etc.) to the 13th edition of the festival.

The prestigious OttoCar trophies are traditionally awarded at one of the world’s biggest events in this field, the International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt/Main, Germany. The festive award ceremony around the OttoCars in gold, silver and black takes place on September 14th, 2017 with the support of the VDA, the German Association of the Automotive Industry.

“We are proud to be part of this renowned exhibition for more than 20 years now. The big number of creative minds and submissions make every year different and every festival edition unique.” underlines Alexander V. Kammel, director of the festival.

All submitted productions are evaluated by a highly professional international jury which is composed of marketing professionals, film and multimedia producers, advertising experts, as well as media representatives.

This year‘s special highlight form the two new categories 360-Degree Videos & Virtual Reality and Live Projects & Experiences, Video Art, Video Mapping.

Submission & Entry Conditions

Submissions can be made online via the AutoVision website. There are 41 categories to participate in, which are divided in seven main groups: Commercials (TV and Cinema), TV Programs, Websites, Online / Interactive / Multimedia, Corporate Films and Videos, Production Arts & Crafts and Students. All productions aired, produced or posted online after January 1st, 2015 are eligible for entry.

History of the Festival

Since 1993 the gold, silver and black OttoCar Awards are distributed every two years in the context of one of the world’s biggest events in that field. It has been 20 years by now that the festival has been able, by the support of German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA), to establish itself in this area and to position itself at the world’s top of the film and multimedia production festivals in the automotive sector. The festival has already been able to count all the leading automobile production companies among its participants: Porsche, Daimler, BMW, Audi, Ford, Hyundai, Honda, Kawasaki, Apollo Vredestein, Shell, Volvo, VW, Goodyear and many more.