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Partnering with the Global Production Awards gives you a unique opportunity to showcase your product and services to senior executives working in the production industry. There are limited partnership opportunities available; click below to request more information about partnering.




The British Film Commission (BFC) is the UK Government’s national organisation responsible for international film and television production in the UK. Funded by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, the Department for Business and Trade and the BFI, the BFC leads on:

  • Maximising and supporting the production of major international feature film and high-end television in the UK; 
  • Strengthening and promoting the UK’s film and television infrastructure;
  • Liaising between the Government and the film and television industry on policy issues that impact on production.

With offices in the UK and the US, the BFC provides free tailored production support, from the earliest stages of development through to post-production, including guidance on the UK’s competitive and inclusive film and TV tax reliefs and assistance with sourcing key crew, talent, facilities and locations. 



As the country’s fourth largest film jurisdiction, Calgary, Alberta is the place to bring your production to life.

With unique and varied landscapes on the doorstep of a thriving, inclusive and safe urban municipality backed by world-class crews, competitive incentives, and 700K sq. ft. of studio space, it’s no wonder Calgary continues to draw global award-winning productions.


Our entire fleet of custom-built Location Vehicles has been specially designed for the TV & film industry, manufactured in the UK. Our purpose-built premises have fully equipped workshops to maintain and expand our comprehensive range of vehicles.

On-Set has an instant Response Service Team on 24 hour standby, ready to immediately provide support as needed. We realise the importance of efficient and friendly staff. That’s why all our drivers are properly trained, helpful, and willing to become part of the team.

Screen Scotland

Screen Scotland drives development of all aspects of Scotland’s film and tv industry, through funding and strategic support.

Screen Scotland is part of Creative Scotland and delivers these services and support with funding from Scottish Government and The National Lottery.



Dallas, Texas is a fantastic destination for film and television productions, with a rich and storied history that has made it a favorite location for filmmakers and TV producers for decades. The city is home to iconic film locations such as the Southfork Ranch, which was featured in the hit TV series Dallas, and Dealey Plaza, the site of the infamous assassination of President John F. Kennedy.  

 Dallas also offers a wealth of production resources, including state-of-the-art studios, experienced crews, and a supportive local government that is committed to helping filmmakers and TV producers bring their visions to life. 



Our global client base includes government ministries, public agencies, and commercial entities, specialising in the worlds of film, television, video games and digital media. 

For the last 30 years, our expert services have helped our clients to plan, design and deliver sustainable growth, evidence impact, and evolve and expand in a highly-competitive and fast-moving screen sector.


  • 'It’s fantastic to be here and sponsor one of the awards, this is a really global prestigious event emphasising sustainability work that’s being done in the industry.’
    Geoff Fawkes
    Sunbelt Rentals
  • 'I think this is a great initiative, because there is a lot of great work happening across the industry globally and to have these special awards is a great acknowledgement of that.’
    Niels Swinkels
    Universal Pictures International
  • 'I think the awards are extremely important for us, we’re on a global stage here and it gives us the opportunity to thank appropriately those people in our region who really step up to our film and TV production on a daily basis.’
    Luke Azevedo
    Calgary Economic Development
  • 'The industry doesn’t have anything like this, to recognise the accomplishments of the real things needed behind the scenes for projects to happen.’
    Tony Armer
    Dallas Film Commission
  • ‘It’s really shining a light on people and parts of the production process that don’t normally get recognised, so this is not a regular awards where you get all the creative contributions of acting, production design. Locations really are at the heart and soul of any production.’
    Andrea Cornwell
    See Saw Films