Screen Awards Unveils Expert Jury

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Screen Awards Unveils Expert Jury


Jurors include Phil Clapp of CEA, Lee Magiday of Element Pictures, Lucas Webb of Working Title, Kate Muir of The Times and Jamie Schwartz of The Weinstein Company.

Screen International is proud to unveil the esteemed jurors for the 2014 Screen Awards.

The 25 industry experts serving on the jury are (in alphabetical order by surname):

Mark Adams, Screen International reviews editor

Carola Ash, AMPAS

Chris Auty, NFTS

Alexei Boltho, Ink Factory

Peter Buckingham, Sampo Media

Phil Clapp, Cinema Exhibitors' Association

Mark Cosgrove, Watershed

Sally El Hosaini, filmmaker

Andy Green, Distrify

David Hancock, IHS Technology

Lee Magiday, Element Pictures

Michael Mann, Brand Culture

Kate Muir, The Times

Kate Ogburn, producer

Jonny Persey, Met Film

Andrew Pettie, The Daily Telegraph

Alexandra Rossi, producer

Deborah Rowland, We Are The Tonic

Jamie Schwartz, The Weinstein Company

Jane Wright, Wright Miller

Simon Ward, Independent Cinema Office

Lucas Webb, Working Title

Peter Webber, filmmaker

John Woodward, Arts Alliance Ventures

Wendy Mitchell, Editor of Screen International, said: "We're so thrilled so many top industry experts are donating their time to judge this year's Screen Awards. …

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