Save the Date
Save the Date

The international festival for responsible films

will bring you together

On the 15th and 16th of June, 2022, in Deauville.

The call for films 2022 is open !

To mark the occasion, the festival offers you the EARLY BIRD rate until 28 January 2022: a 25% discount on the registration of your film.

Be ready, the countdown has been launched! 

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The festival in short

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The festival is the place to celebrate committed creativity.

For more than 10 years, the Deauville Green Awards have been selecting and rewarding the best advertising, institutional and documentary films on the ecological and social transition.

Through its prestigious competition and enlightened programming, the festival offers visibility to producers, sponsors and talents to raise awareness, get the chance to meet and be inspired.

Top 5 reasons to attend

Prestigious competition


The festival brings together the best of the responsible audiovisual. More than 500 films from all over the world, all committed to environmental and social responsibility, compete each year for the Grand Prix and the Golden Trophy in the festival's three competitions: spot, info, docu. 

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Networking sessions, cocktails and parties


Over 400 professionals are there to meet in a warm atmosphere: ADEME, Arte, BBC, Bpifrance, Canal +, FranceTV, Ministry of Culture, Orange, SNCF, UN, Véolia, WWF, ZDF, etc.

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Workshops and round tables


Numerous workshops and masterclasses for professionals as well as round tables with experts on the subjects of film and responsible communication.
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Innovations Marketplace


Meet the exhibitors: eco-innovative companies that are renewing the services, tools and technologies of the sector.
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New narratives


Presentation of exciting film projects to broadcasters and decision-makers.
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