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25-May-2015 2:32am PDT  


CINE Golden Eagle Awards

57 Annual: October 01, 2015 to October 30, 2015



Deadlines & Entry Fees

Discounted fees apply to projects with pre-purchased Discount Packs, on entry fees greater than 15.00.

All fees will be charged in U.S. Dollar
...but you can display them in these other currencies:

Online Services Offered
Entry Form
Fee Payment
Press Kit
Submission Copy
February 21, 2014
Earlybird Deadline
Regular Discounted
Programs Under 15:00 minutes 150.00 145.00
Programs Over 15:00 minutes 250.00 245.00

March 7, 2014
Regular Deadline
Regular Discounted
Programs Under 15:00 minutes 175.00 170.00
Programs Over 15:00 minutes 275.00 270.00

March 21, 2014
Late Deadline
Regular Discounted
Programs Under 15:00 minutes 175.00 170.00
Programs Over 15:00 minutes 275.00 270.00

Approximately 15-Jun-2014

A runtime of any length is permitted

Projects completed after 01-Jan-2013

Projects may originate from anywhere in the world

No premiere requirement

Projects may have distribution

  Secure Online Screener
REGION 0    
REGION 1    
Media Files
  Other - Digital

Subtitled Dubbed Dialog List

None Entered.

Subtitled Dubbed Dialog List

Press Kit Requirements
A press kit is requested but not required, including:
> Production Still Photos - Digital
> Photo of the Director - Digital

Prizes & Awards
This category is a competition.

CINE Golden Eagle Awards
A production worthy of a CINE Golden Eagle will be clear and concise in its structure and writing, with strong visuals, sound elements, and editing. Visuals and sound will be creatively and appropriately employed, with camera work, audio recording, narration, music, and graphics of a high technical quality that support the writing and editing to achieve a cohesive final production that fulfills the stated purpose of the project. CINE Golden Eagle entries do not compete against each other; rather they are judged against a high standard of excellence. Judging criteria include: storytelling, production value, artistry, effective communication to the intended audience, and overall excellence. How well a production measures up to the standards it sets for itself, described in the “purpose” section of the entry form, is especially important.

Category Rules
Rules and Regulations

Films in these categories are produced by or for: a CORPORATE OR GOVERNMENT ENTITY (for sales, meetings, conferences, or internal employee training); a MUSEUM, HISTORIC SITE or TRAVELING EXHIBITION; a NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION (for fundraising or promotional purposes); or SCHOOL or CLASSROOM USE.


Programs under 15:00 minutes: $150
Programs longer than 15:00 minutes: $250
All Entries Submitted After February 21, 2014: $25 additional


You may submit DVDs or online screeners.

DVDs: DVDs MUST be submitted on NTSC, Region 0 or 1, to ensure compatibility with standard consumer DVD players. No PAL or DVD-RWs, please. Remove all bumpers and commercials from any DVD screeners. We require 2 DVD copies of each submission, to be mailed to CINE HQ (4641 Montgomery Ave., Suite 512, Bethesda, MD 20814).

ONLINE SCREENERS: Please provide a link at which your entry (or, if you are submitting a series, one link per episode) may be viewed online on Vimeo, YouTube or a private non-Flash player; if a password is required, please provide it in the appropriate field. The video must be streaming at a site that does NOT require a paid subscription (eg Netflix, Hulu+, Amazon Prime). CINE is not responsible for broken or expired URLs.

We will confirm receipt of all screener materials. Screeners are shared only with CINE judges, who are bound by CINE’s Code of Ethics to keep all screeners and passwords private and confidential.


This production may not be broadcast or theatrically distributed. The production must have been completed AFTER January 1, 2013. You may submit a production that has not yet premiered or been distributed, as long as it is complete. NO WORKS IN PROGRESS. CINE only accepts complete, finished productions.

You may re-submit a program that was previously entered into a CINE Competition as long as it did not previously receive a CINE Golden Eagle Award, and otherwise meets CINE’s eligibility requirements.


CINE accepts submissions from any country. For judging purposes, programs that are not in English must be submitted with English subtitles.