Video submission for 2021 is now open

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2020 Award Prizes

Award Categories

In this category we welcome the short, raw and unedited hunting clips. It does not matter whether you filmed it on your smartphone, DSLR or a video camera. We welcome all standards!

In this category you have a chance to show off your passion for hunting in a longer edited video. There is no lower or upper limit to the video length.

In this category we celebrate the most outstanding and inspiring work hunters make professionally and/or in collaboration with brands. There is no lower or upper limit to the video length.

The Hunting Video Award want to recognize and celebrate a hunter who have made a positive impact to the hunting community this year.

Nominate a hunter of your choice with name and your reason.

Award Jury

Anna Borg

Hunter and Marketing Communications Director for Aimpoint

Aske Rif Torbensen

The Hunting Photographer and winner of The Community Honour Award 2017

Cam Henderson

Founder and Creative Director for the Hunters Journal Magazine

Joachim Korsgaard Bruun

Hunter and founder of Percy Films

Ulrika Karlsson-Arne

Hunter and winner of the Extreme Huntress 2019

2020 Partners

Award show

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What is THVA?

The Hunting Video Awards have been created to celebrate the storytelling surrounding hunting and the relationship hunters have with nature, conservation and each other. We also want to recognise all the wonderful aspects and stories from hunting that can be overlooked and give back to the global hunting community.

How does it work?

THVA has three video awards and one community honour award.

To participate in one or all three video awards simply press the submit button, fill out your details and upload your video or clip using the form on this website.
A jury of experienced hunters and filmmakers will decide who the finalists are and we will open the category Hunting clip and Hunting video up for a public vote. The video with the most votes in each category will win and be announced at the award show.
The winner of The Professional Hunting Video will be decided solely by the jury and will not be up for a public vote.

To nominate a hunter to The Community Honour Award simply press the submit button and fill out the form on this website and of course nominate the hunter you think should win.

Who can enter?

THVA is open to hunters from all over the world as well as both amateur and professional filmmakers.

How many films or clips can I submit?

You can submit as many videos or clips as you like to each category.
A video or clip may be entered into multiple categories if appropriate. Videos entered into multiple categories will be reviewed separately for each category entered.
THMA reserves the rights to extract clips from the Hunting Video or Professional Hunting Video entries and enter them into the Hunting Clip category.

Does films/videos/clips have to be from 2020 in order to enter the Awards?

Films/videos/clips submitted to the THVA20 categories must be new material i.e. either recorded, edited and/or released (on YouTube, Facebook etc.) in the year of 2019/2020 - to be eligible to enter the Awards.

What is the Monocular?

the Monocular is the founder of The Hunting Video Awards and is committed to sharing authentic and engaging content to a dedicated hunting community. The Monocular is also behind the digital marketing agency Monocular Agency where the main focus is clients within the hunting industry.