Indian Film Industry is reckoned as a global enterprise. It is the largest film industry in terms of the number of films produced and the number of tickets sold, with 3.5 billion tickets sold (compared to Hollywood's 2.6 billion tickets) and 1,986 feature films produced annually. Bollywood, the Hindi language film industry, is the largest sector and represents 43% of box office revenue.

The South Indian film industry encompasses five film cultures : Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam and Tulu. Combined, Tamil and Telugu film industries revenues represent 36%. Indian Cinema has a huge following throughout Southern Asia and across Asia, Europe, the Greater Middle East, North America, Eastern Africa and elsewhere, reaching in over 90 countries. Despite its global influence, Indian Cinema has failed to make it to the biggest film awards in the world and be recognized at par with Hollywood.

Indywood Academy Awards is an exclusive awards ceremony which will unify all film cultures of our country under one roof and honor their achievements.

  • Promote excellence in a particular field of filmmaking
  • Draw attention to films that are not inherently commercial
  • Encourage production of quality films which can promote Indian cinema internationally


The judging committee of Indywood Academy Awards would initially comprise of 1000+ individual members of World Film Society, a forum designed and developed for uniting Film sectors across the world for the betterment of global film industry. Initiated as a part of Project Indywood this organization aims to support the movie industry by creating close knit relationship among motion picture associations and their related departments