Global Production Awards: final call for entries
The entry deadline for Screen International’s inaugural Global Production Awards is Friday March 17.
Applications are open to all organisations and companies working in the film and TV industry including studios, production companies, film commissions, location, suppliers and manufacturers and any services involved in film and TV production.
The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony at the Cannes film festival in May 2023.
For more information including the complete list of categories, please visit the Global Production Awards website.
Jay Roewe, senior vice president at HBO, has also joined the expert judging panel. Previously announced judges include Elvis producer Schuyler Weiss, president of production and development at Bazmark; Amazon Studios’ head of worldwide production and post-production, Tim Clawson; producer and former Sundance executive Bird Runningwater; and the Association of Film Commissioners International’s (AFCI) executive director, Jaclyn Philpott.
The judging panel has been invited and assembled by specialist strategy consultancy Olsberg SPI, whose CEO Jonathan Olsberg and managing director Leon Forde will be co-chairing judging panels, along with Screen International editor Matt Mueller.
The Global Productions Awards is in association with Screen’s sister brands KFTV and Broadcast.
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