Magazine article Screen International

Screen Awards Shortlist Led by 127 Hours, King's Speech and TT3D Campaigns

Magazine article Screen International

Screen Awards Shortlist Led by 127 Hours, King's Speech and TT3D Campaigns

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Optimum leads distributors with 13 shortlist mentions, Fox and Momentum have 11 each.

Screen International today unveils the shortlist for our second annual Screen UK Marketing & Distribution Awards.

Distributors leading the shortlist are Optimum with 13, Fox and Momentum with 11 each, Universal with 10, Revolver and Artificial Eye each with 9, and CinemaNX and Lionsgate with 6 each.

Leading films by shortlist mentions are 127 Hours, The King's Speech and TT3D with 5 each, followed by Anuvahood and Black Swan with 4 each, and Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows and Senna with 3 each.

Screen editor Mike Goodridge said: "We have had a terrific range of submissions for this year's awards demonstrating the incredible level of creativity and skill at work in getting films out in the competitive UK marketplace. I know the judges are going to have a tough time making their selections from this field."

The second-annual Screen UK Marketing & Distribution Awards honour marketing and distribution campaigns and teams for the 12-month period between August 2010 and July 2011.

The Awards will be given out at a gala evening at the Park Lane Hilton on Sept 27.

This year's jury is led by Stephen Moore and also includes Antonia Bird, Sally Caplan, Sandra Hebron, Col Needham, Nik Powell, Denise Parkinson, Tim Richards, Julia Short and Adrian Wootton.

For more information or to book a table for the event, visit the awards website.

UK Distributor of The YearArtificial EyeTwentieth Century FoxMomentum PicturesOptimum ReleasingRevolver EntertainmentSony Pictures ReleasingUniversal PicturesWarner Bros. Entertainment

UK Theatrical Campaign of The Year127 Hours (Pathe UK)Black Swan (Twentieth Century Fox)Bridesmaids (Universal Pictures)Despicable Me (Universal Pictures)Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 1&2 (Warner Bros. Entertainment)The King's Speech (Momentum Pictures)Made in Dagenham (Paramount Pictures)Winter's Bone (Artificial Eye)

British Independent Film Campaign of the Year127 Hours (Pathe UK)Attack The Block (Optimum Releasing)Another Year (Momentum Pictures)Anuvahood (Revolver Entertainment)Hanna (Universal Pictures)The King's Speech (Momentum Pictures)Monsters (Vertigo)TT3D (CinemaNX)

Best Documentary Release of the YearThe Cave of Forgotten Dreams (Picturehouse Entertainment)Fire In Babylon (Revolver Entertainment)Inside Job (Sony Pictures Releasing)Restrepo (Dogwoof)Pina (Artificial Eye)Senna (Universal Pictures)TT3D (CinemaNX)

Foreign Language Film Campaign of The Year13 Assassins (Artificial Eye)Biutiful (Optimum Releasing)Little White Lies (Lionsgate)Norwegian Wood (Soda Pictures)Of Gods And Men (Artificial Eye)Potiche (Optimum Releasing)The Secret In Their Eyes (Metrodome)

Best Campaign of the Year for a Film in 3DDespicable Me (Universal Pictures)Horrid Henry (Vertigo)Pina (Artificial Eye)Step Up 3D (Universal Pictures)Saw 3D (Lionsgate)TT3D (CinemaNX)

UK DVD Campaign of the YearApocalypse Now (Optimum Releasing)Anuvahood (Revolver)The Expendables (Lionsgate)Fire In Babylon (Revolver)Four Lions (Optimum Releasing)The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (Momentum Pictures)Inception (Warner Bros. …

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