The Global Production Awards are back!
Following the success of last year’s inaugural event, our sister brands Screen International, Broadcast and KFTV are launching The Global Production Awards 2024.
The awards celebrate the outstanding work in sustainable production in film and TV production around the world. They are open to studios, production companies, film commissions, locations, suppliers and manufacturers.
As with last year’s event, the awards ceremony will be held during the Cannes Film Festival. The entry deadline is 8 March; the Early Bird entry fee ends 23 February 2024.
There are 15 categories this year, up from 12 in the 2023 edition. New categories include the virtual production award, plus separate sustainable production and outstanding use of locations awards for scripted and un-scripted productions.
The categories are as follows:
- Sustainable Initiative Award
- Sustainable Production Award (scripted)
- Sustainable Production Award (unscripted)
- City of Film
- Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Award
- Emerging Location Award
- Location of the Year Award
- Community Impact Award
- Physical Production Innovation Award
- Virtual Production Award
- Film Commission of the Year
- Outstanding Use of Locations (Scripted)
- Outstanding Use of Locations (Unscripted)
- Studio of the Year
- Special Recognition (non-enterable)
Each category will be judged by industry experts from around the world. Specialist media and production consultancy Olsberg SPI will be partnering with Screen, with CEO Jonathan Olsberg and MD Leon Forde joining the industry judging panels.
The awards are supported by Olsberg SPI. Other sponsors include Dallas Film Office and Calgary Economic Development.
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