TULSA, Okla. – Screen International recently unveiled its shortlist for the Global Production Awards, which celebrate outstanding and sustainable work in film and TV.

Cherokee Film received nominations in three categories, including “Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People” for the Community Impact Award, Cherokee Film for the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Award and Cherokee Film Commission for the Film Commission Award.

Among those shortlisted alongside Cherokee Film are the Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture, Universal, Warner Bros and BBC. The 2024 awards ceremony takes place on May 20 in Cannes, France, during the Cannes Film Festival.

Now in its second year, the awards recognize and celebrate the outstanding efforts of people, organizations and businesses operating in film and TV production, including studios, film commissions, production companies and location services, as well as manufacturers and suppliers working in the film and TV industry.

Cherokee Film is owned by Cherokee Nation Businesses, the economic engine of the largest Native American tribe in the U.S. The tribally owned holding company remains a driver of community development, economic impact and cultural preservation, as well as a staple in the hospitality industry and leader in federal contracting solutions.

To learn more about the tremendous growth and expansion of Cherokee Film, visit Cherokee.film.