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LEAN ON PETE screens at Venice, Telluride, and Toronto Film Festivals

LEAN ON PETE premiered at Venice Biennale on the 1st of September, followed by North American screenings in Toronto andFull story »

BAFTA and Oscar nominations 2016

Congratulations to Andrew Haigh, whose film 45 YEARS has received a Best Actress Oscar nomination for Charlotte Rampling! Andrew has alsoFull story »

FILM 2015: The Agency’s A-Z

45 YEARS had its World Premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival. Written and directed by Andrew Haigh, this intimate and deeplyFull story »

The Agency films at TIFF and Venice 2015

The Agency films at TIFF and Venice This autumn The Agency has five wonderful films showing at festivals – withFull story »

Andrew Haigh’s 45 YEARS in cinemas now

Learn more about the film – and book tickets or watch at home – here: 45 YEARS Written and directedFull story »

Congratulations to Andrew Haigh: 45 YEARS wins Michael Powell award at Edinburgh Film Festival

45 YEARS, written and directed by Andrew Haigh, has won the top prize at Edinburgh International Film Festival, the MichaelFull story »

EIFF: Colin McLaren’s THE LEGEND OF BARNEY THOMSON & Andrew Haigh’s 45 YEARS premiering at festival

On Wednesday 17th June Colin McLaren’s new film THE LEGEND OF BARNEY THOMSON will enjoy the opening gala of it’s premiereFull story »

Andrew Haigh’s 45 YEARS to receive UK premiere at Edinburgh Film Festival

45 YEARS, written and directed by Andrew Haigh, is to receive a UK premiere at Edinburgh International Film Festival onFull story »

Congratulations to Andrew Haigh

45 YEARS, written and directed by Andrew Haigh and produced by Tristan Goligher, has won two silver bears at BerlinFull story »

Congratulations to Andrew Haigh

45 YEARS, written and directed by Andrew Haigh and produced by Tristan Goligher, has won two silver bears at BerlinFull story »

Congratulations to Andrew Haigh

Congratulations to Andrew Haigh upon being named one of the New York Times’ ‘20 Directors to Watch’.