(Los Angeles, California--January 16, 2015) The 2nd Annual Location Managers Guild of America (LMGA) Awards, honoring the outstanding and creative contributions of location professionals in feature films, television and commercials will take place on Saturday, March 7, 2015, at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills.
“These accolades were created to acknowledge location professionals worldwide, whose work is visually exciting and stands out in their craft,” announced Lori Balton, LMGA Vice President.
An additional award will be given to the outstanding film commission, demonstrating exemplary work on a Feature Film, Television Program or Commercial broadcast in 2014. Honorary Awards will include the Humanitarian, Lifetime Achievement, Trailblazer and Eva Monley Awards.
LMGA accepts domestic and international nominations for work that demonstrates the significance of locations in supporting character development and storyline. Active and retired LMGA members in good standing are able to vote on the awards. Honorary awards are given at the discretion of the LMGA Board of Directors.
The voting timeline for the LMGA Awards is:
Wednesday, January 28
– Nominations announced
Friday, February 6
– Award balloting begins
Wednesday, February 25
– Voting ends at 12 p.m. midnight (PST)
Saturday, March 7
– Winners announced at the 2nd Annual LMGA Awards
About the LMGA:
The Location Managers Guild of America is an organization of experienced career professionals in the Motion Picture, Television, Commercial and Print production industries. LMGA members are dedicated to the establishment of professional standards of personal conduct and business ethics. They support the formation of strong links with business members, governmental agencies and local communities. The Guild promotes awareness of the goals and achievements of members to the general public and within the industry through creative, educational and philanthropic programs. The LMGA was founded in 2003 as a 501(c)(6), non-profit corporation. The LMGA is not a labor union. They do not represent Location Managers/Scouts in wage or working condition negotiations. Follow us on Facebook