Screen Awards 2014 Shortlist Revealed

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Screen Awards 2014 Shortlist Revealed


Fox/Fox Searchlight and Lionsgate UK lead the nominations; The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Filth and X-Men: Days of Future Past are most nominated films.Scroll down for full shortlist

The Screen Awards 2014 shortlist has been announced, with Fox/Fox Searchlight leading the nominations with a combined 13 nominations and Lionsgate UK following closely with 12 nods.

Lionsgate's The Hunger Games was shortlisted in four categories; Filth was shortlisted in three categories, as was Fox's X-Men: Days of Future Past.

Starred Up, The Grand Budapest Hotel, and Frank each received double nominations.

The shortlist will now be debated by an independent jury of industry experts, who select the final winners. The Awards will be given out on October 23 at The Brewery in London.

Screen International Editor Wendy Mitchell said: "We were thrilled with the calibre and diversity of entries for the Screen Awards this year. Our expert jury of industry experts now selects the winners and they will certainly have some tough decisions to make.

"From a small DIY release to the largest studio blockbusters, it's great to see UK distributors, publicists, marketers and exhibitors doing such innovative work to connect films to audiences. We look forward to celebrating all the industry's achievements, and especially toasting the winners, on October 23."

The Rising Star shortlist will be announced next week.

For more on the awards, visit the Screen Awards website.Screen Awards Shortlist 2014

3D film Campaign of the Year Sponsored by RealD

Guardians of the Galaxy, The Walt Disney Company

How to Train Your Dragon 2, Twentieth Century Fo

xMaleficent, The Walt Disney Company

X-Men: Days of Future Past, Twentieth Century Fo

xBrand Partnership of the Year Sponsored by DCM

Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Evian - Brand & Deliver, Dannon Waters and Sony

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues & Tango - Lime Movies

Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2 & Richmond Mini Meatballs - Brand & Deliver and Sony Pictures

Grand Budapest Hotel - Picturehouse Cinemas and Jameson Irish Whiskey - elevenfiftyfive

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire - Subway - Lionsgate UK

Walking On Sunshine and Puglia Tourist Board - Vertigo Films

X-Men: Days of Future Past and Virgin Trains - Twentieth Century Fo

xMedia Planning Agency of the Year Sponsored by The Telegraph Media Group

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Online Campaign of the Year

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, Yahoo!

Bad Neighbours, Universal Pictures UK & Ireland

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Think Jam and Twentieth Century Fo

xFilth, Lionsgate UK

Frank, Curzon Artificial Eye

Frozen, Feref

The Fault in Our Stars, Think Jam and Twentieth Century Fo

xThe Grand Budapest Hotel, Twentieth Century Fo

xThe Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Lionsgate UK

Thor: The Dark World, Way to Blue

Poster Design of the Year

Computer Chess, Eureka Entertainment

Filth, Lionsgate UK

For Those in Peril, Coffee & Cigarettes

Only God Forgives, Lionsgate UK

Only Lovers Left Alive, Soda Pictures

Pulp: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets, Soda Pictures

Starred Up, Twentieth Century Fo

xThe Lunchbox, Curzon Artificial Eye

Wake In Fright, Eureka Entertainment

We Are the Best!, Metrodome Distribution

Trailer of The Year

Blue Ruin, Picturehouse Entertainment & Intermission Film

Enough Said, Fox Searchlight Pictures

Filth, Lionsgate UK

Frank, Curzon Artificial Eye

Le Weekend, Zealot UK

Like Father, Like Son, Arrow Films

Starred Up, Fox Searchlight Pictures

The Railway Man, Lionsgate UK

The Selfish Giant, Create Advertising

Yves Saint Laurent, PPC

Documentary Campaign of the Year

20 Feet from Stardom, Altitude

A Story of Children and Film, Dogwoof

Advanced Style, Dogwoof

Finding Vivian Maier, Soda Pictures

Premiere of the Year

The Machine, East London Film Collective and Alex Rowley PR

Filth, Lionsgate UK

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Lionsgate UK

Chef, Lionsgate UK and elevenfiftyfive

X-Men: Days Of Future Past, Think Jam

Downhill, Zeffirellis and Rambling Road Entertainment

Event Cinema Campaign of the Year

André Rieu's 2014 Maastricht Concert, CinemaLive

Monty Python Live (mostly), Picturehouse Entertainment

Nymphomaniac Volume I, Artificial Eye

RSC Live from Stratford-upon-Avon: Richard II, Picturehouse Entertainment & Royal Shakespeare Company

D-Day 70 Years On, Snappin' Turtle Productions and TBI Media

Home Entertainment Campaign of the Year

Green Street 3: Never Back Down, Lionsgate Home Entertainment

Need for Speed, Organic

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Lionsgate Home Entertainment

The Machine, East London Film Collective, Shear Entertainment, Anchor Bay, Content Media and Alex Rowley PR

The Wolverine, Way to Blue

PR Campaign of the Year

Belle, Fox Searchlight / Premier

Blue is the Warmest Colour, Curzon Artificial Eye

Boyhood, Universal Pictures International UK and Eire

Locke, Lionsgate UK

Philomena, Premier

Ride Along, DDA PR

The Wolf of Wall Street, Universal Pictures International UK and Eire

X-Men: Days of Future Past, Think Jam and Twentieth Century Fo

xCreative Agency of the Year - Audiovisual

Create Advertising

Digital Media Services UK

Intermission Film

PPC

The Editpool

Creative Agency of the Year - Print

All City Media

Coffee & Cigarettes

Empire Design

What is Bobo

Zero Degrees West

Marketing Team of the Year Sponsored by Exterion Media

Lionsgate UK

Picturehouse Entertainment

Twentieth Century Fo

xUniversal Pictures

PR Team of the Year

British Film Institute (BFI)

DDA PR

Organic

Premier

Think Jam

Twentieth Century Fo

xUniversal Pictures

Way to Blue

Cinema of the Year - from a company 25 screens or over

Shortlist to be announced separately

Cinema of the Year - from a company with 24 screens or under Sponsored by Deluxe Connect

Broadway

Brunswick Moviebowl

Filmhouse

Glasgow Film

Market Hall Cinema Brynmawr Community Group

Olympic Studios

Picturehouse Entertainment

The Kinema In The Woods

The Maltings Theatre & Cinema

Zeffirellis

Distributor of the Year - Independent Distributor

Arrow Films/Video

Curzon Artificial Eye

Dogwoof

Peccadillo Pictures

Picturehouse Entertainment

Distributor of the Year - Studio Sponsored by Deluxe Digital Cinema

Lionsgate UK

Twentieth Century Fo

xUniversal

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