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Want to be Next? The D&AD Next Awards 2017 Opens for Entries

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Entries are open until the 22 February 2017 and entry prices start from just £25

Want to be Next? The D&AD Next Awards 2017 Opens for Entries

Today the D&AD Next Awards opens for entries for its third year. Entries are open until the 22 February 2017 and entry prices start from just £25. Submissions can be made directly on the D&AD website, there is no age limit for entrants and any genre of work can be submitted.

To find out more about what can be entered, click here.

The D&AD Next Awards aims to find the next big names in film and photography and promote them back to the industry, through mentoring introductions to established industry figures.This year, Next Photographer will once again be held in partnership with Getty Images and will offer the winner a $5000 prize grant amongst other opportunities.

Commenting on the continuing partnership, Andy Saunders, Senior Vice President, Creative Content at Getty Images said “We’re delighted to be partnering with D&AD as the Next Photographer Award enters its third year. It is a unique award with a great breadth of entries, and we’ve unearthed some truly remarkable talent. 

We're pleased to see how it continues to evolve, enabling us to support more emerging photographers from across the globe and celebrate the level of craft and originality that goes into creating their imagery."


See The Winners

Last year’s Next Director Award winner was BAFTA-winning Daisy Jacobs with her short animated film ‘The Bigger Picture.’ A British animation director, she uses stop-motion and painted animation to create her life-size characters.

See all winning and shortlisted 2016 work here.

Next Photographer (in partnership with Getty Images) was won by Tam Hoi Ying, a Hong Kong-Chinese photographer. Interested in visual storytelling, she uses photos to raise awareness of the human rights situation in China. 

See all winning and shortlisted 2016 work here.

Winners take home a coveted D&AD Next Awards Pencil and they and all Shortlisted entrants will earn a place in the D&AD Annual 2017. 

For more information on Next Director visit: http://www.dandad.org/en/d-ad-next-director-award/

For more information on Next Photographer visit: http://www.dandad.org/en/d-ad-next-photographer-award/

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D&AD, Thu, 12 Jan 2017 16:10:21 GMT