2019

Travel Video Awards

HONORING EXCELLENCE IN INDEPENDENT AND BRANDED TRAVEL VIDEOS.

The annual Travel Video Awards (TVAs) recognizes distinguished cinematic and cutting-edge travel videos by independent filmmakers and brands worldwide. More than an awards program, the TVAs offers industry relevant panels at each of the NAB Shows in Las Vegas and New York, as well as resources to discover the best creative projects in today’s travel video market.

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AWARDS

2019

The annual Travel Video Awards (TVAs) honor innovative and inspiring travel videos released in 2018 by both Independent filmmakers and brands from across the globe. Nominees will be invited to attend the Travel Video Award ceremony held in Las Vegas, Nevada on April 9, 2019.

2018

The 2018 TVAs were the inaugural awards program recognizing filmmaking excellence in and around the travel industry.  With hundreds of entries from 26 countries and numerous global brands, indie filmmaker Kevin Clerc clinched the NOMAD Award for his film Mexico, and the Croatia National Tourism Board and travel host-vlogger Holly Tuggy, respectively, won the Audience Awards. View 2018 winners and nominees for a closer look at the first ever TVAs.

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SPOTLIGHT

Each month the TVAs features an interview with a filmmaker and a brand or agency creating relevant, inspiring, sometimes trendsetting, sometimes groundbreaking content in the travel video industry. 

Swiss filmmaker and photographer Antoine Janssens’s Incredible India partners with India & You, a travel agency specializing in personalized tours of the subcontinent, to create a stunning video capturing everything from the lush natural landscapes to the buzzing intensity of India’s cities to the holy sanctity of its landmarks. Janssens spoke with the Travel Video Awards to discuss how he partnered with India & You, his creative process, and how he crashed a drone in Thailand.

With their Travel Project videos, Contiki is hoping to personalize travel and show how various influencers weave the traveling experiences into their lives and into the context of the broader world. The company finds unique vloggers to travel on their trips, experience various cultures, and tell their personal story of the trip. We caught up with Ginny Copestake, the Chief Marketing Officer for the Contiki Marketing Lab, to dig deeper into the Travel Project and the ideas behind it.

EVENTS

TVAs Panel @NAB SHOW NEW YORK:

The Power of Video in the $1 Trillion Travel Industry

Wed. October 17| 4:15 PM – 4:45 PM

This year’s NAB Show New York was a great success.  Keep checking back for new TVA events.

TVAs Panel @NAB SHOW LAS VEGAS:

Details Forthcoming

DATE TBD

The NAB Show will be April 6-11, 2019. Program details for the TVAs’ Las Vegas event are forthcoming.

Register now for the NAB Show by using the code TVA19 for free admission. Hit the “Register” button below to get started.

TVAdb

The Travel Video Awards database (TVAdb) features curated travel videos from around the world created by filmmakers, industry brands and agencies alike.  Sort videos by filmmakers, agencies, brands, and destinations, as well as by TVA nominees and winners. TVAdb aims to be the ultimate resource to find the best travel videos being produced around the world, to identify new talent, and to discover global travel destinations.

New Zealand Road Trip: Ep 1

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Series: New Zealand Road Trip

Producer / Director: Karl Watson

Featured Locations: Vinegar Hill, Napier, Tokomaru Bay, Rere Rockslide and Whakatane, New Zealand

Rhythms of Peru

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Brand: Kuoda Travel

Creative Team / Agency: The Tipsy Gypsies

Director: Nathaniel Connella

Featured Locations: Sacred Valley, Lima, Peru