CIVIS Media Prize 2023 | 24 productions nominated, 4 podcasts for public voting
The productions, diverse in style and approach, deal with highly topical issues such as war in Ukraine, flight, labour migration, racism, anti-Semitism, anti-Ziganism, homeland and identity.
Close to 900 productions from television, radio and the Internet were submitted for the CIVIS Competition 2023. They came from 22 EU states and Switzerland.
The complete list of nominees can be found here as well as in the CIVIS press section of the CIVIS Media Foundation website.
The award ceremony will be held and televised in the BOLLE Festsäle/Berlin. It is planned for Tuesday, 6 June 2023 and will be broadcast directly via livestream. The CIVIS Prize Award Ceremony can subsequently be accessed in the ARD Media Library from 10 June 2023. ARD/Das Erste will broadcast the ceremony on Sunday, 11 June 2023, at 11.35 pm. In the following days, other TV stations will also broadcast the event.
The award ceremony will be hosted by journalist and presenter Natalie Amiri.
The CIVIS Media Prize for Integration and Cultural Diversity in Europe is being awarded for the 35th time in 2023. Individual prizes are conferred in the categories AUDIO AWARD, VIDEO AWARD, Young C. AWARD and CINEMA AWARD. In addition, the TOP AWARD, worth 15,000 euros, will be selected from among the winners.
This year, the European CIVIS VIDEO Jury will bestow a special prize upon Isabel Schayani for her "many years of outstanding and sustained reporting on the subject of flight and asylum".
From today until 23 April, the public is invited to vote online and pick the winner among four podcasts (German language only) nominated by the jury of the CIVIS Media Prize.
The CIVIS CINEMA AWARD 2023 once again honours a European feature film that has been shown in German cinemas. Online voting for the CINEMA AWARD will take place from 2 to 7 May 2023. As in the podcast category, public vote will decide which of the shortlisted feature films will receive the CINEMA AWARD.
The CIVIS Media Prize is organised by the Association of Public Broadcasting Corporations in the Federal Republic of Germany (ARD), represented by WDR, together with the Freudenberg Foundation. ORF, SRG SSR, ARTE, 3sat, phoenix, Deutsche Welle, Deutschlandradio and EBU are media partners. The WDR mediagroup, the German Producers Alliance - Film & Television, VFF - Verwertungsgesellschaft der Film- und Fernsehproduzenten and the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) and the Open Society Foundations are cooperation partners.
The CIVIS Media Prize 2023 is under the patronage of the European Parliament.
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CIVIS Media Prize 2022 | eight programmes honoured – documentary receives TOP AWARD3.6.2022 14:45:00 EEST | Press release
03.06.2022 – Cologne (ots) | The winners of the European CIVIS Media Prize for Integration and Cultural Diversity 2022 have been announced: The main prize of 15,000 euros, the CIVIS TOP AWARD, goes to the documentary film Schwarze Adler (Black Eagles) (Amazon Prime Video | BROADVIEW | ZDF), by author and director Torsten Körner. The film tells the story of social prejudice and hostility against black footballers. It is also the winner of the CIVIS VIDEO AWARD in the information category. The jury of the CIVIS Media Prize praised Torsten Körner´s documentary as “emotionally moving, journalistically and artistically to the point - the plight of these eagles in the German national jersey gets under your skin."
CIVIS Media Prize 2022 | 23 productions nominated, 5 podcasts for public voting29.3.2022 12:30:00 EEST | Press release
29.03.2022 Cologne (ots) | CIVIS Media Prize 2022 – 23 nominees for Europe's most important media prize for integration and cultural diversity have been shortlisted. The productions, diverse in style and approach, deal with highly topical issues such as flight, labour migration, racism, anti-Semitism, anti-Ziganism, homeland and identity.
CIVIS Media Prize 2022 – competition now open! / Closing date: 19 January 202229.11.2021 12:12:00 EET | Press release
The competition for the European CIVIS Media Prize is now open. European programmes on addressing migration, integration, cultural diversity and – linked to this – social cohesion can be submitted up to and including 19 January 2022. The CIVIS Media Prize honours outstanding TV, radio and online productions that promote peaceful coexistence between people from different geographic and cultural backgrounds.
CIVIS Media Prize 2021 | Honours for 8 programmes, plus one Top Award21.5.2021 15:00:00 EEST | Press release
21.05.2021 Cologne | The winners of the European CIVIS Media Prize for Integration and Cultural Diversity 2021 have been announced. The main prize of €15,000, the CIVIS TOP AWARD, goes to the podcast Rice and Shine | Hamburg 1980: Als der rechte Terror wieder aufflammte by the authors Minh Thu Tran and Vanessa Vu. The podcast addresses the arson attack on a refugee shelter in Hamburg, in which two young men from Vietnam died in August 1980. The production also picks up the podcast audience prize CIVIS AUDIO AWARD Podcast. Anja Buwert and Thilo Mischke receive the prize in the category of VIDEO AWARD/Information for ProSieben Spezial. Rechts. Deutsch. Radikal (PQPP2 GmbH | ProSieben). Stefanie Kremser is the winner of the VIDEO AWARD/Entertainment category for Herren (ARTE Deutschland/BR/Das Erste). Michel Abdollahi, Miriam Anna Hochhard, Janina Kalle, Daphne Ivana Sagner, Jan-Nicholas Vogt, Robert Weitkamp are winners in the category of VIDEO AWARD/Social Media Formats for Darf ich dir
CIVIS MEDIA PRIZE 2021 - 23 productions nominated, 5 podcasts for the public vote15.4.2021 12:15:00 EEST | Press release
CIVIS Media Prize 2021 – The 23 nominees of what is Europe's most important media prize when it comes to integration and cultural diversity have been selected: Candidates for the CIVIS Media Prize include entries from ARTE, Bayerischer Rundfunk, Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg, FYEO, HBO, Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk, Norddeutscher Rundfunk, Österreichischer Rundfunk, ProSieben, Radio Bremen, Saarländischer Rundfunk, Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen, Südwestrundfunk, Westdeutscher Rundfunk and ZDF. The productions deal with highly topical issues such as flight, racism, right-wing extremism and antisemitism in many different ways; however, they also cover strategies against hate and violence as well as strategies for the peaceful coexistence of people with diverse geographical and cultural origins. Nearly 800 productions from television, radio and the Internet were submitted for the CIVIS Competition 2021. They came from 20 EU states and Switzerland.
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