The AICP Show site is open to edit credits for Shortlist contenders



The AICP Show, The Art & Technique of the Commercial, is more than just an awards show judging the best work of the year. It's an ongoing archival project with cultural and artistic significance. Since the Show's inception in 1992, the honored work is preserved in The Museum of Modern Art's Department of Film's state of the art archives for future generations to study and are available for use or exhibition by the museum's curators. All individual works and each year's shows in their entirety can be viewed exclusively at www.aicpawards.com, the AICP Awards Archive website.
New this year – entries are accepted from around the globe in all categories.

The AICP Next Awards site is open to edit credits for Shortlist contenders



The AICP Next Awards recognize outstanding work and the creative forces behind it but are much more than an Awards competition - it is a platform for thought leadership and analysis. Annually, the Next Awards seeks out the work that defies convention, and effectively utilizes new technologies, as well as storytelling. The honored work is preserved in The Museum of Modern Art's Department of Film's state of the art archives for future generations to study and are available for use or exhibition by the museum's curators. All individual works and each year's shows in their entirety can be viewed exclusively at www.aicpawards.com, the AICP Awards Archive website. At the premiere of the Next Awards, winners of the Integrated Campaign category present cases studies exploring the creative and strategic thinking behind each winning piece.
Entries are accepted from around the globe in all categories.

The AICP Post Awards site is open to edit credits for Shortlist contenders



The AICP Post Awards honor the best post production work of the year. Artists are recognized for their contributions in specific crafts within the overall categories of editorial, audio mixing, sound design, color grading, graphic design, visual effects and finishing. Formerly the AICE Awards, its categories have been re-imagined with a focus on recognizing standout examples of various crafts. In addition, Best of Region winners are presented as the best work emanating from companies submitting in each AICP Chapter Region (East, Florida, Midwest, Minnesota, Southeast, Southwest and West).
Entries are accepted from around the globe in all categories.