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Screen Awards 2016 shortlist

Twentieth Century Fox, Curzon Artificial Eye and Picturehouse lead the nominations; Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie is the most nominated film.

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The Screen Awards 2016 shortlist has been announced, with Twentieth Century Fox leading the pack with a combined 16 nominations. Disney was shortlisted in nine categories while Universal secured two nods.

The awards recognise excellence in UK film distribution, exhibition, marketing, publicity and brand partnerships.

Twentieth Century Fox’s Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie was shortlisted in seven categories while Disney’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Pathe’s Suffragette and Soda Pictures’ Rams each secured four nods.

Curzon Artificial Eye racked up 14 nominations and a further two in the Rising Star category while two Curzon Cinemas were shortlisted. Picturehouse Entertainment has seven nominations, with an additional seven nods for Picturehouse Cinemas.

Metrodome was named in six categories despite an announcement yesterday that it has entered administration.

The shortlist will now be debated by an independent jury of industry experts, who select the final winners.

The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony hosted by Edith Bowman on October 20 at The Brewery in London.

The Exhibitor Lifetime Achievement Award will be announced next week.

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

Screen Awards 2016 Shortlist

3D Film Campaign of the Year
Sponsored by Real D

  • Everest, Ignition Creative for Universal
  • The Jungle Book, Disney
  • The Martian, Twentieth Century Fox
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Disney

Brand Partnership of the Year
Sponsored by DCM

  • Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie & Amaze Bites, Lime Communications
  • Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie & Diet Coke, Twentieth Century Fox
  • Sony Pictures and Peperami, Brand & Deliver     
  • E4 Slackers Club, elevenfiftyfive & Picturehouse Cinemas
  • The Secret Life Of Pets and Petplan Insurance UK, Brand Culture
  • X-Men: Apocalypse & Superfast Sky Fibre, Twentieth Century Fox

Cinema Marketing Campaign of the Year
Sponsored by Movio

  • IMAX re-opening – Picturehouse at National Media Museum
  • Rebranding campaign – Showcase Cinema de Lux
  • The Recliner: Business Class – Vue Cambridge

Cinema of the Year - 24 Screens or Under

  • Aldeburgh Cinema
  • Edinburgh Filmhouse
  • The Electric Cinema, Birmingham
  • Electric Cinema, Notting Hill, London
  • Genesis Cinema, Whitechapel, London
  • HOME, Manchester
  • Palace Cinema, Malton
  • Phoenix Cinema, East Finchley, London
  • Plaza Community Cinema, Liverpool
  • The Picture House Uckfield
  • Regal Cinema Theatre & Restaurant, Redruth, Cornwall
  • Watershed, Bristol

Cinema of the Year - from a company 25 screens or over
Sponsored by Vista Group

  • Cinema City, Norwich
  • Cineworld Sheffield
  • Crouch End Picturehouse
  • Curzon Bloomsbury
  • Curzon Soho
  • East Dulwich Picturehouse
  • The Empire Leicester Square
  • Everyman Esher
  • Picturehouse at National Media Museum, Bradford
  • Picturehouse Central
  • Showcase Cinema de Lux, Reading

Creative Agency of the Year – Audiovisual

  • Coffee & Cigarettes
  • Ignition Creative London
  • Intermission Film
  • Joint London
  • Spinnaker London

Creative Agency of the Year – Print

  • AllCity
  • The Creative Partnership
  • Coffee & Cigarettes
  • Market Reactive
  • The Posterhouse
  • Zero Degrees West

Distributor of the Year
Sponsored by Deluxe Entertainment Services Group

  • Curzon Artificial Eye
  • Disney Studios
  • Metrodome Distribution
  • Picturehouse Entertainment
  • Twentieth Century Fox

Event Cinema Campaign of the Year

  • The Battle Of Britain At 75, TBI Media
  • Branagh Theatre Live: The Winter’s Tale, Picturehouse Entertainment
  • Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’, Manga Entertainment and Substance Global
  • The Importance Of Being Earnest, More2Screen
  • Vue and NT Live: Hamlet with Benedict Cumberbatch, Joint London

Marketing Team of the Year

  • Curzon Artificial Eye
  • Disney Studios
  • Metrodome
  • Picturehouse Entertainment
  • Twentieth Century Fox

Online Campaign of the Year

  • Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie, Twentieth Century Fox
  • Creed,  Way to Blue
  • Deadpool, Twentieth Century Fox
  • Ghostbusters, Way to Blue
  • Love & Friendship, Curzon Artificial Eye, Way to Blue and Powster
  • Rams, Soda Pictures
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Disney
  • Suffragette, Pathe UK

Poster Design of the Year

  • Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie, Twentieth Century Fox
  • Anomalisa, Curzon Artificial Eye
  • Bolshoi Babylon, Wonderland Distribution and Altitude Film Distribution
  • Embrace Of The Serpent, Peccadillo Pictures
  • Hail, Caesar!, The Posterhouse
  • The Lobster, Picturehouse Entertainment, Element Pictures Distribution, Protagonist Pictures & Vasilis Marmatakis
  • London Has Fallen, TEA
  • The Neon Demon, AllCity
  • Nina Forever, Coffee & Cigarettes
  • Rams, Soda Pictures
  • Suffragette, Pathe UK
  • Tangerine, Metrodome Distribution

PR Team of the Year – Agency

  • DDA
  • Hope & Glory PR
  • Organic
  • Premier
  • Substance
  • Way to Blue

PR Team of the Year - In-house

  • Curzon Artificial Eye
  • Disney Studios
  • Metrodome
  • Twentieth Century Fox

Premiere of the Year – 100 sites or above

  • Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie, Twentieth Century Fox
  • Captain America: Civil War, Disney
  • Ed Sheeran: Jumpers For Goalposts, Way to Blue
  • Kung Fu Panda 3, Twentieth Century Fox
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Disney

Premiere of the Year – 99 sites or below

  • Dartmoor Killing, Barn Cinema Dartington
  • I Believe In Miracles, Organic Publicity
  • Sunset Song, Metrodome
  • Son Of Saul, Curzon Artificial Eye

Rising Star
Sponsored by Creative Skillset

  • Charlotte Jermyn, The Creative Partnership
  • Daniel Diaz, We Are Colony
  • Grahame Reid, Macrobert Arts Centre
  • James King, Curzon Artificial Eye
  • Jesse Bingham, Organic
  • Kelly Alyse, Way to Blue
  • Louise Gluckstein, Way to Blue
  • Mark Towers, Curzon Artificial Eye
  • Meg Drewett, Substance Global
  • Rebecca Thompson, Social Screen
  • Will Wood, Multitude Media

Specialist Film Campaign of the Year
Sponsored Red Rock Entertainment

  • A Syrian Love Story, 10ft Films
  • Embrace Of The Serpent, Peccadillo Pictures
  • He Named Me Malala, Twentieth Century Fox
  • Mustang, Curzon Artificial Eye
  • Notes On Blindness, Curzon Artificial Eye
  • Roger Waters The Wall, Picturehouse Entertainment
  • Victoria, Curzon Artificial Eye

Theatrical Campaign of the Year – 100 Sites and Over
Sponsored by Motion Picture Solutions

  • Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie, Twentieth Century Fox
  • Deadpool, Twentieth Century Fox
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Disney
  • Suffragette, Pathe UK
  • The Revenant, Twentieth Century Fox

Theatrical Campaign of the Year – 99 Sites and Under
Sponsored by Motion Picture Solutions

  • Embrace Of The Serpent, Peccadillo Pictures
  • The Lobster, Picturehouse Entertainment
  • Love & Friendship, Curzon Artificial Eye
  • Rams, Soda Pictures
  • Tangerine, Metrodome
  • Anomalisa, Curzon Artificial Eye

Trailer of the Year
Sponsored by Powster

  • Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie, Twentieth Century Fox
  • Barry Lyndon, Ignition Creative and BFI
  • Bolshoi Babylon, The Picture Production Company and Altitude Films
  • Everest, Ignition Creative and Universal
  • Eye In The Sky, Ignition Creative and Entertainment One
  • The Lobster, Picturehouse Entertainment, Element Pictures Distribution, Protagonist Pictures & Empire Design
  • Notes On Blindness, Archer’s Mark
  • Rams, Coffee & Cigarettes
  • Son Of Saul, Curzon Artificial Eye
  • Suffragette, Pathe UK

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