Video series are accepted in the Web Series – Unscripted / Reality category.
WHY ENTER THE GEEKIE AWARDS?
Don’t take our word for it, listen to what our judges and previous winners have to say in the video below!
WHAT YOU NEED TO ENTER
Please read our Terms carefully. You will be required to accept these terms prior to entering work on the submission site.
Fees are $45.00 from April 1 – April 30 and $65.00 from May 1 – May 31. Submissions close May 31, 2015.
IMPORTANT! Once the judges choose 5 nominees, the public will vote to choose a winner using the episode you submit for judging. That episode—as a whole or a segment of—must be viewable via a public URL (for free) from the date of entry to August 31, 2015. Learn more about our process.
- At least one episode created after June 2013.
- Audio only shows. We do not accept videos in this category.
- Hosted, first-person, scripted, news-style, game shows, audio dramas/comedies and narrated series—anything goes!
- Series NOT produced by major production studios—our show is for independent creators. Cumulative project budget must be under $1 million. We DO accept series created via promotional or sponsorship deals provided by partners.
- Preferred genres / topics: Pop/Geek Culture, Sci-fi, Fantasy, S.T.E.M., Comic Books, Superheroes, Horror, Supernatural, Zombies, Anime, Steampunk, Post-Apocalyptic, Science, Tech, Action/Adventure, Role-Playing, Gaming, Geek Art/Craft, Geek Fashion, Cosplay.
Required Submission Materials
- Direct URL to one episode published online during the eligibility period.
- Basic information about your show: title, creator(s), synopsis, episode runtime, additional credits.
- After you submit your entry, you’ll be emailed a link to post your work on The Geekie Awards website—this is an extra step! You’ll need an image representative of your project at this exact size: 650px wide x 366px tall or we cannot post your work. Click here to use a free online image resize tool.
Work will be judged on the following criteria:
- Hosts: knowledge shared, personality, enjoyability; voice talent for narrated series.
- Quality of content: dialogue, creativity, coherence; script/story when applicable.
- Production excellence: audio production and sound design/music (if applicable).
- Overall impression: did your work affect our judges or produce an emotional response?
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