Written by Kianna Best on Mar 5, 2024. Posted in Awards and Festivals

Global Entertainment Awards announce 2024 winners

The Global Entertainment Awards (formerly known as World Trailer Awards) took place this past weekend in Wyndham Grand Algarve, Portugal. Celebrating the people behind the promos, trailers and marketing for movies, games and series of the last year, the ceremony announced their top performers as well as celebrating emerging talent from Egypt, Germany, New Zealand, Uganda and the UK. This year’s ceremony was hosted by actress-writer-director Sónia Balacó and Global Entertainment Awards Director Alejandro Barrios.


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“We are delighted to have welcomed so many of our nominees and winners where we have celebrated the entertainment industry’s creative talent,” said Tim Cole, CEO of the Global Entertainment Awards. “These awards would not be possible without the sterling support of our partners AMD and media partner Deadline. The level of global support, enthusiasm and commitment of our judges has been exceptional.”


Scooping up multiple awards was season six of Netflix’s The Crown, with agency Once Upon A Time taking home the award for Best Key Art and Best Shortform Behind The Scenes. The Netflix Creative Studio in-house team too over the streaming categories with Lupin, NYAS and Birdbox Barcelona winning the awards for Best Experiential Campaign, Best 360 Campaign and Best Motion Poster respectively.


Agency Tiny Hero was amongst the big winners, with awards for Best Online Advertising Campaign for Avatar: The Way of the Water, Best Social Campaign for Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny and Best AV Spot for Saltburn. Best Social Media Spot and Best Audio Spot were awarded to The Picture Production for their work on the Paramount horror Scream VI with  Content Creator Studios winning Best Experiential Marketing for its live-action trailer for The Exorcist: Believer.


In the emerging talent category, in partnership with AMD, winners included Samar Before The Final Picture from Aya Yusuf (Egypt), The Metamorphosis from Andreas van Riet (UK), Yomifuda by Mare Holzapfel (Germany), Smoke and Mirrors from Bailey Harding (New Zealand) and TAAMA by Arthur Nsubuga (Uganda). The winners of this category will also receive mentoring opportunities with creative agencies Once Upon A Time, Tiny Hero, Motive, and TrailerFarm/Big Farmer, with one winner receiving a bursary from IEFTA.


The complete list of winners can be found HERE.


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