They are awarded to the best production in each of the 3 competitions.

The Deauville Green Awards have been rewarding excellence in green and responsible communication and audiovisual across the world since 2012.

The films in the international competition are judged by some fifty recognised experts from major institutions such as Arte, the World Bank, BNF, Bpifrance, France Télévisions, the Ministry of Culture, Publicis, TF1, WWF and many others.

The Jury is divided into three Selection Committees, each composed of specialists in the three competitions: SPOT + INFO + DOCU.


These are awarded to the best productions in each of the 3 competitions in the 15 thematic categories.


Awarded to the finalist films in each of the 3 competitions in the 15 thematic categories.

The Special Awards

The Screen for the Planet Special Prize

The City of Deauville Special Prize

The TF1 Group Special Prize

The ADEME Special prize

Pollutec Special Prize

TheGreenShot Special eco-production award

TV5 Monde Special Prize for Best French-language Documentary

Cie des Réals Special Prize for Best Direction

Bpifrance Special Prize

The Normandy Region Special Prize

The Jury reserves the right to award any other exceptional prize or trophy. Finalists will be notified no later than two weeks before the Awards Ceremony.

Three Special Prizes will be awarded to films outside the competition:

The Special Prize of the Normandy Region #FilmeTonFutur awarded to young people from Normandy.

The Young Creative Award for creators under the age of 30.

The Ministry of Culture's Special Prize for the "Fiction for Tomorrow" competition.

The Trophies

The new Deauville Green Awards recognise excellence in environmental protection, innovation and aesthetics.

This is reflected in the cut and asymmetrical angles and the concern to economise on materials: the Finalist Trophies and Special Prizes are made by cutting the Grand Prix in half. The craftsman has thus worked from a single shape, and thanks to the cut-out, the three trophies are naturally differentiated while retaining a coherent look.

The angles echo the natural prisms of precious stones found in nature. In this way, the trophies become jewels of merit and achievement. These totems, made of oak wood with carved angles and treated with vegetable oil, are above all echoes of local craftsmanship and natural resources.