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iMapp Bucharest - Winners League

iMapp Bucharest - Winners League

Bucharest, Romania

iMapp Bucharest - Winners League is the biggest video mapping event in the world, the largest New Media display in Romania and in top 6 international 3D projections contests. Throughout the 7 editions, the festival brought together audiences of over 400,000 spectators and became a reference topic for specialists in the worldwide audiovisual industry. Every year, in September, iMapp brings to Bucharest the best multimedia artists, who present their art and creations on the of 23,000 sqm façade of the Palace of the Parliament (the second largest administrative building in the world). The participants’ works are analyzed by a specialized jury, composed of distinguished experts and important representatives of the international visual culture, in the field of visual arts, communication, media or film. Since 2019, the contest has become a Winners League of other important light festivals internationally, throughout partnerships with at least five such events annually. iMapp Bucharest - Winners League is also a proud member of ILO – International Light Festivals Organization.

In 2020, iMapp Bucharest - Winners League launched the international solidarity campaign “One World. One Heart.” and was declared the winner of the “AV IN ACTION” category at the AV AWARDS in London – the famous international competition that recognizes and rewards excellence in the entire audiovisual industry, organized by AV Magazine from UK (magazine that dominates the audiovisual publishing sector for over 40 years). The contest was previously nominated in AV Awards in 2016, for Live Event of the Year. In 2023, as part of Enlightenment – a campaign for peace, initiated by Borealis – a festival of light and Maxin10sity and created by 35 projection artists, alongside 75 other international cities who have hosted it, iMapp Bucharest - Winners League has won a Telly Award.

iMapp Bucharest - Winners League is organized by Bucharest City Hall, through CREART – Centre for Creation, Art and Tradition of Bucharest Municipality.

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