Welcome to the International Motor Film Awards, a high profile showcase of talent and the world’s most prestigious celebration and awards night for the automotive film and television industry. An exclusive black tie awards and screening event held in central London at the end of the year, the Motor Film Awards recognise directorial and production talent from high end films and commercials, to student and independent productions. Supported by leading authorities in the automotive sector, and leading brands within the film and television industry, the International Motor Film Awards are the Oscars for the motoring world.
OFFICIAL NOMINATION FILMS ARE ALSO ELIGIBLE FOR THE TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS
OFFICIAL NOMINATION FILMS ARE ALSO ELIGIBLE FOR THE GRAND PRIX AWARD
The Grand Prix Award is the most prestigious award. All films part of the official nominations qualify for consideration for this award. The winner will receive the coveted Golden Conrod trophy.
Call For Entries: 1st March
Earlybird Deadline: 1st April
Regular Deadline: 1st June
Extended Deadline: 1st July
Awards Night: 17th September
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As the awards have grown, we’ve noticed a group of filmmakers missing out. Many of these films are made by solo film makers, shooting and editing themselves, or small productions with very little budget- still making incredible work but having a tough time up against studio pictures and manufacturer commercials. Indie filmmakers rejoice, this category is for you.
The trophies are bespoke and intricately handcrafted items. Polished aluminium, heated stainless steel, laser cut perspex, carved wood and galvanised steel come together to form trophies that stand over 30cm tall.
The Grand Prix trophy features a gold conrod, wheel and galvanised laurel, as well as a brushed gold scroll and plaque to stand out from the rest.
THE AWARDS NIGHT
TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM JULY 2020
TBD SEPTEMBER 2020
DOORS OPEN - 6PM
LAST ENTRY - 7PM
BLACK TIE DRESS CODE
VIP TICKETS AVAILABLE
THE GRAND, LONDON
21-25 Saint John's Hill, London, SW11 1TT
The Grand is a Grade II listed Victorian building originally built as a 3,000 audience capacity music hall in 1900. In 1901 they began screening films and in 1927 converted to a full time cinema- continuing on through two World Wars! There is no doubt that this venue will have screened some of the original films that established the film industry of today. Now in 2019, it's used for live music, club nights and movie screenings; featuring the UK's largest sports screen. That balance between Victorian architecture and updated technology make it our choice of venue for the screening, awards and afterparty.