Industry Achievement Award
Do you know someone who has made a significant difference in Jacksonville's film and television industry? The Jacksonville Film & Television Industry Achievement Award recognizes individuals who have made long-term achievements in their production-related career, resulting in a positive and continuing impact on the local film and television industry. This prestigious achievement award is presented annually at the film industry reception. DEADLINE TO SUBMIT IS JUNE 22, 2018.
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Previous recipients include the late Representative Don Davis, Ted S. Johnson, Donald E. Barton, Dan Kossoff, Charlie Barth, Pepper Lindsey, Ray Hays, Howard Kelly, Donna Orender, Jerry Smith and Genna Goodwin.
Rising Star Award
In an effort to recognize the talents and accomplishments of up-and-coming individuals in our local film and television industry, the Jacksonville Film & Television Office has established the Rising Star Award. This award is given annually to up to two individuals who have made significant achievements in their early careers, in addition to having made positive contributions to our local production community. This award is presented annually at the film industry reception. Nominee must have a permanent residency in Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau or St. Johns Counties to be eligible. DEADLINE TO SUBMIT IS JUNE 22, 2018.
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Additionally, please submit at least one letter of reference from an industry professional and a sample of work (either a sample reel or portfolio of nominee's work). Acceptable formats: websites (Vimeo, YouTube, Flickr, deviantART), weblinks, file sharing, or DVDs. All material (besides DVD) must be submitted electronically to the Film & Television Office.
Previous recipients include Andrew Howell, Warren Skeels, Brenda Egedy Kolb, Gustavo Cooper, Megan Walker, Drew Brown, Charlie Harold, Patrick Barry, Billy Gaggins, Joe Karably, Carla Jones, Karel Danzie and Sam Farmer.