The 2021 DIG Awards finalists

Investigative Long

For video investigations, both released and unreleased, of a minimum duration of 30 minutes. Filmmakers must use original sources and investigative techniques to bring out elements of novelty in relation to the subject matter.

Investigative Medium

For video investigations, both released and unreleased, of a maximum duration of 30 minutes. Filmmakers must use original sources and investigative techniques to bring out elements of novelty in relation to the subject matter.

Short

For video investigations and reportages, both released and unreleased, of a maximum duration of 15 minutes.

DIG Pitch

This category is reserved for investigative projects or video reportages at the development or production stage, focusing on issues of international relevance. Pitched projects will compete during DIG Festival and DIG’s international jury will award one of them. The prize is a funding of 15’000 euros.

Reportage Long

For video reportages, both released and unreleased, of a minimum duration of 30 minutes. Filmmakers must address themes of social relevance, using original points of view and journalistic approaches.

Reportage Medium

For video reportages, both released and unreleased, of a maximum duration of 30 minutes. Filmmakers must address themes of social relevance, using original points of view and journalistic approaches.

Audio

For journalistic audio storytelling products (single podcasts and whole audioseries) dealing with current issues with a range of investigative elements, using innovative approaches and an original slant.