YDA 2023 Producer’s Award

The Producer’s Award is always a highlight of the Young Director’s Award. This year we have the pleasure to welcome IQ (The International Quorum of Motion Picture Producers) onboard as the sponsor of the category. 

Since 2018, the YDA Producer’s Award celebrates production companies that have contributed the most to developing young directorial talent over the past year. Any production company that has submitted work to any of the YDA 2023 categories will automatically be in the running for the award.

IQ, the International Quorum of Motion Picture Producers, is a global network of production company owners dedicated to the business of filmmaking, new media and content production around the world. IQ aims to foster collaborations of its members on global co-productions and projects as well as the interchange of ideas and information on the art of producing high-quality film, video and new media.

Producers supporting producers on a mission to recognize, nurture and promote young talent.

To have your production company in the running for the Producers Award 2023 you can still enter your work here.

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