Voting has ended for this year's Archive Achievement Awards. The winners will be announce at the FIAT/IFTA World Conference in Dubai.
  • Facts about the FIAT/IFTA Archive Achievement Awards 2013

    • The 2013 edition of the FIAT/IFTA Archive Achievement Awards is the 20th edition of the awards.
    • In 2013 nominations from Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and South America have been shortlisted by a jury with members from Israel, United Arab Emirates, Poland, Czech Republic, Switzerland, The Netherlands, France, Spain, Denmark, Austria and Italy.
    • The FIAT/IFTA Archive Achievement Award Jury does not decide when and where the award ceremony takes place. Their only task is to screen and select the most outstanding archive based productions for the awards.
    • No nominee have at any point in time been disqualified from this year’s FIAT/IFTA Archive Achievement Awards.
    • All shortlisted projects have been published on www.fiatifta.org since May 17th, 2013 and no nominee has been removed from the website at any time between that date and now.
    • All shortlisted projects are treated equally within their respective category according to the rules of that category.
    • The Best Use of Archive Award Category has three shortlisted projects among which one winner is selected by employees of member organisations of FIAT/IFTA from around the World through restricted online voting.
    • The Most Innovative Use of Archive Award Category has three shortlisted projects among which one winner is selected by the general public through online public voting.
    • The Best Archive Preservation Project has three shortlisted projects among which one winner is selected by the Archive Achievement Awards Jury.
    • All winners will be published on www.fiatifta.org.
    • All winners will receive an award.
  • Facts about the FIAT/IFTA World Conference

    • The FIAT/IFTA World Conference takes place once every year and is hosted by a member of FIAT/IFTA, often a broadcast archive.
    • In the past ten years, the FIAT/IFTA World Conference has been hosted in London (2012), Turin (2011), Dublin (2010), Beijing (2009), Copenhagen (2008), Lisbon (2007), Madrid (2006), New York (2005), Paris (2004) and Brussels (2003).
    • This year’s conference is hosted by the MBC Group in Dubai.
    • The host organisation is chosen by the FIAT/IFTA Executive Council among members who have asked to be considered as host.
    • The goal of the FIAT/IFTA World Conference is to provide broadcast archive professionals with up-to-date knowledge and insight about their field of work.
    • 200-400 broadcast archive specialists gather at this yearly event, sharing their views on the World and their professional field of work.
    • Tickets for the World Conference are sold to the public and members can buy tickets at a discount.
    • Everyone travelling to attend the FIAT/IFTA World Conference, no matter if the conference is held in the United States, United Kingdom, Italy, Ireland, Beijing or the United Arab Emirates, must make sure to get a valid visa before entering the country. This is the sole responsibility of the attendee of the conference, and FIAT/IFTA does not have any influence on diplomatic relations between the country of a visitor from anywhere in the World and the country in which the World Conference takes place.
    • In 2014, the FIAT/IFTA World Conference will take place in Europe.
  • Facts about FIAT/IFTA

    • The abbreviation FIAT/IFTA is short for Fédération Internationale des Archives de Télévision / Internation Federation of Television Archives
    • FIAT/IFTA was founded in 1977.
    • The first FIAT/IFTA World Conference took place in Paris.
    • Members of FIAT/IFTA come from every continent of the World, and include all major public service broadcasters as well as national broadcast archives.
    • Website: www.fiatifta.org
    • Facebook: facebook.com/fiatifta
    • Twitter: @fiat_ifta

Read this message from Jan Müller, President of FIAT/IFTA.
Vote for the Best Use of Archive

The Members' Choice

Vote for the Most Innovative Use of Archive

The Popular Vote

The Best Preservation Project

The Jury's Selection

Pulled From the Archives Episode 1 of 28 - Smoking - Lotta Wiglius-Wulff - Yle - Finnish Broadcasting Company

Pulled From the Archives Episode 1 of 28 - Smoking - Lotta Wiglius-Wulff - Yle - Finnish Broadcasting Company

EUscreen Virtual Exhibitions - Prof. dr. Sonja de Leeuw - Utrecht University, on behalf of EUscreen Consortium

EUscreen Virtual Exhibitions - Prof. dr. Sonja de Leeuw - Utrecht University, on behalf of EUscreen Consortium

Israel : A Home Movie - Arik Bernstein - Alma productions

Israel : A Home Movie - Arik Bernstein - Alma productions

The Gentleman Prize Fighter - Andrew Gallimore - Gallimore

The Gentleman Prize Fighter - Andrew Gallimore - Gallimore

The School Around the Corner - Liam Wylie - RTÉ Archives

The School Around the Corner - Liam Wylie - RTÉ Archives

Ray Charles - Live in France - 1961 - David Peck - Reelin'in the Years Production

Ray Charles - Live in France - 1961 - David Peck - Reelin'in the Years Production

The Lebanese Rocket Society - Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige - Mille et une productions

The Lebanese Rocket Society - Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige - Mille et une productions

The Sound of the Netherlands (Het Geluid van Nederland) - Johan Oomen - The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision

The Sound of the Netherlands (Het Geluid van Nederland) - Johan Oomen - The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision

Zhengyang Sun, master performer who embodies the art of traditional Beijing Opera as China’s  intangible cultural heritage. - Sun Chuang - Media Asset Management Center of Shanghai Media Group (Shanghai Audio&Visual Archives)

Zhengyang Sun, master performer who embodies the art of traditional Beijing Opera as China’s intangible cultural heritage. - Sun Chuang - Media Asset Management Center of Shanghai Media Group (Shanghai Audio&Visual Archives)