WEDNESDAY 15 MAY 2024 11:00 AM


Celebrating those who are setting the benchmark for excellence in visual communications through creative flair and innovative ideas, Communicate magazine’s Lens Awards 2025 is now open for entries.

Video is crucial to corporate communications, helping to reach audiences in a way that is engaging and resonant, and sometimes emotional. The Lens Awards celebrates those who are setting the benchmark for excellence in visual communications with creative flair and innovation.

Now in its fifth year, the Lens Awards shines a spotlight on the organisations creatively integrating film and video into their communications strategies. Whether through animation, infographics, social video, documentary, narrative or other formats, film plays a crucial role in targeting key audiences.

With categories spanning across business objective and audience, style and creativity, strategy and sector, the Lens Awards is an opportunity for every form of corporate video to be celebrated. This includes content targeted at internal, investor, recruitment and ESG audiences.

Our expert judges from across the creative industries will be poring over entries to find those organisations which are truly setting the benchmark in video communications, narrative and filmmaking.

Last year, our stand-out winners included a partnership between Bowel Research UK and Bladonmore, which won golds across three categories for their work de-stigmatising bowel diseases in an engaging and impactful style. KPMG snapped-up gold awards across five categories, including ‘Best creative execution’ and ‘Best innovation’ for its work with agency We Are Tilt, and our prestigious ‘Video of the year’ award went to HS2 and DRPG for an incredible campaign telling the story of Katrina, a trans woman working in the construction industry.

The entry deadline for the Lens Awards 2024 is 20 September, 2024. However, receive £100 off your entry cost by entering to our early deadline on 26 July, 2024. Please email Becky at or call +44 (0)20 3950 5356, for more information.