They are awarded to the best production in each of the 3 competitions.

The Deauville Green Awards have recognized excellence in green and responsible communication and broadcasting worldwide since 2012.

The films in the international competition are judged by some fifty recognised experts from major institutions such as Arte, the World Bank, BNF, Bpifrance, France Télévisions, the Ministry of Culture, Publicis, TF1, WWF and many others.

The Jury is divided into three Selection Committees, each composed of specialists in the three competitions: SPOT + INFO + DOCU.


Given to the best production in each of the 3 competitions within the 14 categories


Awarded to the finalist films in each of the 3 competitions in the 14 thematic categories.

The Special Awards

The Special Award Aaqius "Best picture research and innovation"

The Special Award Kapagama "Best original music"

The Special Award Papillons de jour "Social committment towards handicapped individuals"

The Special Award Ecoprod "Best eco-responsible production"

The Special Award Ministry of Culture and Communication "Culture and sustainable development"

The Special Award Bpifrance for the "Best audiovisual communication for a startup"

The Special Award EME School of the student jury

The Special Award Cergy-Pontoise University of the student jury

The Special Award Ushuaia TV

The Special Award Un Écran pour la Planète

The Special Award of the City of Deauville 

The Special Award of the Normandy Region 



The Jury may attribute additional Awards and Trophies. All preselected finalists will be notified the latest two weeks before the Awards Ceremony.

To find out more about the Jury, click here



The Trophies

The new Deauville Green Awards recognize excellence in respect for the environment, innovation and aesthetics.

This is reflected in these cut and asymmetrical angles and the economy of matter: the trophies of finalists and the Special Prizes are manufactured by cutting the Grand Prix in two. The craftsman has worked from a single form and thanks to cutting, the three trophies are naturally differentiated while maintaining a consistent look.

The angles echo the natural prisms of the precious stones found in nature. The trophies thus become jewels that distinguish merit, fulfillment. These oak totems with carved corners, treated with vegetable oil, especially echo the craft and local natural resources.