How to submit
*All informations and conditions can be found in the application form.
1. Download, fill in and sign the Application Form.
3. We will send you a Paypal request; the amount is determined by the number of categories selected on the Application Form.
4. Rename all application forms and video files in this format:
Song Title_ Name of Director or Production Company.
In order to be accepted for screening, we accept music videos in:
QuickTime HD (1920x1080p; h.264 or ProRes 422)
Languages (all languages)
Submit to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “SUBMISSION”.
Alternatively we accept entries via FilmFreeway and Without a box:
You will receive a confirmation email as soon as we have received your application. No later than April we will inform you if you are nominated or not.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR BMVA 2018 IS OPEN!
Regular: February 10th, 2018
Late Deadline: March 15th, 2018
All information regarding submission criteria, rules and fees can be found in the APPLICATION FORM.
Click here to know more about the CATEGORIES for this year.
For any question regarding submissions, feel free to write us at email@example.com.
-The music videos have to be under 8 minutes
-The submitted videos should not contain any written production notices, such as the song title, album, label or director
-Filmmakers, producers and artists, which submit videos need to own all required rights of the video to able to submit
-By submitting the video you are granting the Berlin Music Video Awards all rights to use the video or parts of the video, as well as the rights to present it through screening during the festival and for promotion purposes
-The Berlin Music Video Awards do not grant a nomination in any of the categories to the submitted videos
-All information about submitted videos can be published by the Berlin Music Video Awards without giving further notice
-The Berlin Music Video Awards are not responsible for legal disputes that occur when videos are submitted illegally, their usage or promotion. Nor can they be held responsible to clarify the issues with the person that submitted the video.