The Peer Awards Ceremony
at the French Embassy
Black Tie Optional
TIVA-DC will once again serve as the host organization of the TIVA Peer Awards, the most comprehensive film, video and Internet competition for professionals and media students in the mid-Atlantic region. The 2017 TIVA PEER Awards will take place within the elegant ballroom and reception lobby at the prestigious Embassy of France on Saturday November 11, 2017. This year’s awards gala promises to deliver an unequaled evening of achievement, sophistication and fun!
This highly anticipated annual awards event recognizes excellence in achievement within the Television, Video and Internet production community and this year’s awards ceremony promises to raise the bar across the board for what is destined to become a memorable evening of celebration, networking, recognition and distinction. Refining and streamlining some categories and offering the addition of brand new categories that reflect the latest cutting edge horizons of current production activity promises excitement and distinction within the industry and across the entire DMV community.
The elegant atmosphere and unique aesthetic of the Embassy of France promises an evening of sophisticated fun along with an enhanced reception and socializing time that promises the familiar camaraderie and fun of seeing old friends, meeting new colleagues, and connecting with winners past and present.
Be a part of the 2017 TIVA Peer Awards! Submit your work, attend the gala and become a part of a legacy of achievement!
For more information on how to get involved as a judge, entrant, guest, staff or crew, contact the 2017 TIVA Peer Awards Chair: Todd.Clark@tivadc.org
Please scroll down and click "register" on the left to buy tickets to attend the awards.
The TIVA-DC Peer Awards is a merit-based award judged solely on the individual merits of the entry. This is not a competition, rather an acknowledgment and celebration of exceptional quality work created by professionals and non-professionals in the Washington, DC, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania or Delaware region. This may result in categories receiving multiple awards of the same level as well as some categories without awards.