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Paddington and Pride nominated for BAFTAs!

Congratulations to Paddington and Pride which have both been nominated for Outstanding British Film in this year’s BAFTAs. Paddington, basedFull story »

Dark Horse wins at The Sundance Film Festival

Congratulations to Louise Osmond and Judith Dawson, whose inspirational feature documentary DARK HORSE has won the World Cinema Documentary AudienceFull story »

Destiny Ekaragha named BAFTA Breakthrough Brit 2014

Destiny Ekaragha has been named one of 2014’s BAFTA Breakthrough Brits. The 2014 group was carefully selected by a panelFull story »

DARK HORSE selected for Sundance

Congratulations to Louise Osmond and Judith Dawson, whose feature documentary DARK HORSE has been selected to compete at Sundance FestivalFull story »

Congratulations to Matthew Warchus and Guy Myhill on their BIFA wins!

At the British Independent Film Awards PRIDE by Matthew Warchus has won the Best British Independent Film 2014, as wellFull story »

APPLES AND ORANGES, : 11.40pm Channel 4, Tuesday 15th September

Trevor Williams’ short film. Produced by Jack Ravenscroft for this year’s IWC/C4 initiative COMING UP 2009.  

THE DUKE OF BURGUNDY: new feature by Peter Strickland starring Sidse Babett Knudsen

This dark melodrama, financed by Film4 and the BFI, will begin shooting in Hungary in the autumn, starring Sidse BabettFull story »

GONE TOO FAR! wins the 2014 LOCO Discovery Feature Award

Destiny Ekaragha’s debut feature film GONE TOO FAR! has won the 2014 LOCO Discovery Feature Award

Roger Hyams’ GRAND UNION to screen at Edinburgh International Film Festival

Roger Hyams’ short film GRAND UNION, narrated by Bill Nighy, will premiere at Edinburgh International Film Festival on 25th &Full story »

BAFTA nominations 2014 – Congratulations to Agency clients

Very many congratulations to William Nicholson for the nomination of MANDELA: LONG WALK TO FREEDOM for Outstanding British Film, andFull story »

HOW I LIVE NOW opens in cinemas on October 24th

Meg Rosoff’s novel, winner of the British Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize and the American Printz Award for young-adult literature, hasFull story »

LES MISERABLES (Working Title Films / Cameron Mackintosh Productions)

The film adaptation of the stage musical, starring Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe and Anne Hathaway, is released in UK cinemasFull story »

THE VOORMAN PROBLEM: The BFI Festival: ‘Crimes and Punishment’ Section – 11th & 13th October

Doctor Williams is called in to examine the enigmatic Mr Voorman, a prisoner with a peculiar affliction: he believes heFull story »

GRABBERS: opens in Ireland 10th August

Following its screenings at the Sundance and Edinburgh Film Festivals, Jon Wright’s GRABBERS opens the 2012 Galway Film Fleadh beforeFull story »

BERBERIAN SOUND STUDIO: Warp/Film Four/BFI/Screen Yorkshire. Artificial Eye will re

Described as the ‘perfect companion piece to The Artist, doing for sound what that did for silence’ (Total Film), PeterFull story »