The Mainframe Awards were held at QUAD on Wednesday 6th April to a room full of creatives, whom have been missed for the last two years.
Previously, the awards in 2018 and 2019, were in person - with the 2020 and 2021 awards streamed. So, for the fifth year and moving with the times, the awards went hybrid this year, thanks to the brilliant technical excellence and support from Lindley Productions and Tech-Squad and the awards wouldn't be the Mainframe awards without Adam Buss hosting.
This year the Mainframe Awards 2022 shortlist announcement has been done with the help from students on the BFI Film Academy course at QUAD. The course is for 16-19 year olds looking for a career in the film industry.
Watch the announcement here..
You can also see below the list of amazing people, companies and projects shortlisted by our judges.
Entrants for this years city of culture bid have to prove they can put culture at the heart of their plans and demonstrate how culture plays a role in future growth plans for the city. Showcasing great local culture, innovation and heritage.
Each year we bring together an amazing group of people who are excelling in their own fields to judge the Mainframe Awards.
The Mainframe Awards 2022, now in their fifth year, are no exception. The Awards present a unique opportunity to have your work reviewed by one of nine top class judges with the Digital/Creative Ambassador of the Year category going to a public vote.