Submissions Now Open for the GSCA 2023 Achievement Awards
GSCA is now accepting submissions for the 2023 Achievement Awards, which will be presented on September 19 during the awards gala at the GSCA International Conference in Indianapolis. Please contact email@example.com if you have questions.
2023 Film Awards
Submissions Due June 9
GSCA is now accepting submissions for the 2023 Film Awards.
The full GSCA Film Awards Criteria and submission form can be found here
2023 Marketing Awards
Submissions due July 14
GSCA is now accepting submissions for the 2023 Marketing Awards. Marketing award categories for 2023 include Best Film Launch by a Theater and Best Marketing Campaign by a Distributor.
2023 Outstanding Achievement
Nominations Due July 14
Nominated by GSCA members, the Outstanding Achievement Award
recognizes industry contributions of lasting impact. Nominations for the
2023 awards will be accepted until July 14. Criteria and the nomination process for the GSCA Outstanding Achievement Award are available here.
Theater Marketing Recognition
Submissions from distributors due July 21
At last year’s award program, distributors were able to submit short videos recognizing theaters that had launched exceptional marketing campaigns for their films. These short videos were not awards but rather opportunities to recognize individual theaters as well as highlight the importance of marketing. These short videos were very well received, so we will be including them in the 2023 awards ceremony as well. You may submit a video up to one minute explaining who you are recognizing and why. Videos must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by July 21.
If possible, please provide videos in one of the following formats:
● Non-compressed QuickTime High Definition 720x1280 1920x1080.
● Non-compressed AVI High Definition 720x1280 1920 x1080.
● QuickTime h264 High Quality setting high bit rate High Definition 720x1280 1929x1080.
● Please, no high frame rate footage
● If recording video on a mobile device, please record horizontally, not vertically.