Top tips to beat Little Black Book’s Immortal Awards deadline tomorrow Friday 4pm AEST

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Top tips to beat Little Black Book’s Immortal Awards deadline tomorrow Friday 4pm AEST

The Immortal Awards entry window slams shut at 23:00 PDT on Thursday 10th September (4pm AEST on Friday 11th September) and it’s not too late to start – or finalise – your submissions.


Entry into the Immortal Awards is free for all Little Black Book members. This year, Bronze members can enter two projects into the Immortals, with Silver and Gold members able to enter up to five projects.

If you’re not yet a member, there’s still time to join Little Black Book and enter work into this year’s competition. Simply sign up today through Aust/NZ representatives Campaign Brief:

Please ensure that the entry status on your entries is showing as Submitted when you are done with your submissions. Entries showing as Incomplete will not qualify for judging, so please press SUBMIT on the last tab of the submission form to complete your entry.

It was previously announced that Little Black Book members will receive additional free entries for this year’s awards. Entrant companies may have more available entries than previous years so please check to see if you have any extra entries that you can use.

Every entry scores points towards the League Table of Creativity, so by simply using your full allocation of entries you will maximise the number of points available to you and achieve the highest possible ranking on the table. Unused entries aren’t carried over, so if they’re not used this year then they will be lost.

To check your entries or enter the awards, log in to Little Black Book here and then head to your Dashboard where you’ll see the Manage Entries button.

If you have any questions or need anything else – including more entries – please contact Paul Monan, Awards Director;

To join LBB contact Aust/NZ representatives Campaign Brief:

LBB member agencies In Australasia
Akcelo, Akkomplice Melbourne, AnalogFolk, AZK Media, Bashful, Bear Meets Eagle on Fire, BMF, Bounce Creative, BWM Dentsu Melbourne, BWM Dentsu Sydney, Catfish, Channel T, CHE Proximity, Clemenger BBDO Sydney, Clemenger BBDO Melbourne, Clemenger BBDO Wellington, Colenso BBDO, The Communications Council, The Core Agency, Cox Inall Change, DDB Melbourne, DDB Sydney, Deloitte Digital Melbourne, Edge, Emotive, Enigma, FCB New Zealand, Federation Auckland, Fenton Stephens, Frank Digital, The Hallway, Hardhat, Host/Havas, Ikon, Innocean, Isobar, Leo Burnett Melbourne, Leo Burnett Sydney, Magnum Opus Partners, M&C Saatchi, McCann Melbourne, McCann Sydney, The Monkeys Sydney, MusicBrief, Ogilvy Sydney, Orchard, Paper Moose, Reborn, Re Sydney, R/GA APAC, The Royals, Rumbletown, Saatchi & Saatchi Sydney, Saatchi & Saatchi Melbourne, Saatchi & Saatchi New Zealand, SDWM, 72andSunny, Showpony Adelaide, The Source, Special Group Auckland, Special Group Sydney, Spinach, Taboo, 303 MullenLowe Sydney, Thinkerbell, Town Square, TBWA Sydney, TBWA New Zealand, UnDigital, VCCP Sydney, The Works, Wunderman Thompson Sydney.

LBB member production companies In Australasia
AIRBAG, Alt.VFX, ARC EDIT, Clockwork Films, Collider, Curious, Cutting Edge, Eardrum, The Editors, Exit Films, Filmgraphics, Fin Design + Effects, Final Sound, FINCH, Flying Fish, Good Oil, Heckler, Jumbla, Limehouse, Motion Sickness, Passion Pictures, Photoplay, Plaza Films, The Producers, Revolver/Will O’Rourke, Rumble Studios, Scoundrel, Sedona Productions, Sweetshop, Taxi, Uncanny Valley, Unlisted, Velvet, Winifred.