The third annual Travel Video Awards (TVAs) announced its winners on April 21, 2020. Submissions continued to grow with over 50 countries represented. The TVAs evolved as it introduced a jury, new sponsors and partners, new categories as well as the Steller Award in partnership with Steller.co – honoring multi-media storytelling. Brandon Li won both the NOMAD and Best Wanderlust Video awards for his film The Passion of Andalucia. The Audience Award for the Independent track went to Candice and Jean-Emmanuel Jay for North Eye Land of New Zealand, while Cascada Expediciones’ The Circuit won the award for the Industry track as well as Best Video by a Tourism Agency/Operator. Visit the 2020 winners page for a full list of the year’s winners.
The second-annual Travel Video Awards (TVAs) were held during the 2019 NAB Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. With monumental growth in submissions over the previous year, the 2019 TVAs saw over 40 countries represented, and hundreds of quality videos in contention for awards. David Freid and MEL Films won the NOMAD Award for their film Happy Animals. The Audience Award for the Independent track went to Flying The Nest’s Turkey Travel Vlog series, while Intrepid Group’s Be Intrepid won the award for the Industry track. Visit the 2019 winners page for a full list of the year’s winners.
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PANEL – The Power of Video in the $1 Trillion Travel Industry
This year’s NAB Show New York was a great success. Keep checking back for new TVA events.
During the 2019 NAB Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, the TVAs hosted two panels in addition to an awards ceremony honoring the 2019 Travel Video Awards winners and nominees.
PANEL – Travel Video Industry: Meet The Buyers And Financiers
The panel covered investment in travel videos by the tourism industry, media companies, lifestyle brands, and more. Panelists discussed video content types, and how buyers hire talent to develop projects.
PANEL – Travel Video Industry: How to Build Your Brand As A Filmmaker And Influencer
The panel featured top filmmakers and influencers who covered how to break into the travel video industry, how to pitch and sell your brand and projects, and how to grow your brand across social platforms.
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.
Shot on a backpacking trip, Simon Mulvaney’s The Hand of India is an immersive trip into the his experience there. Drenched in rich colors, he narrates his trip through the faces of the people he meets and the places he sees. The Travel Video Alliance spoke to him about developing the concept for the video, his influences, and more.
Well above Albany, tucked between Vermont and Canada, sits Long Lake. This picturesque town in the Adirondacks boasts history including the birthplace of Great Camps Architecture and being one of the original vacation spots in the 1800s. The Travel Video Alliance spoke to their tourism director, Alexandra Roalsvig, for more on capturing the lush wilderness using drone footage, how video plays into their marketing strategy, and more.
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.