Shortlist revealed for Hospital's h.Club 100 Film Category
Time Out readers submit Andrea Arnold [pictured] as ‘Wild Card’ nominee.
Time Out London and The Hospital Club have announced the shortlist for the film category of the h.Club100.
The list celebrates “individuals who have brought the most influence, innovation and inspiration to the British Creative and Media industries in the past 12 months.”
The longlist of nominations from industry experts were narrowed down by three industry judges.
The public voting goes live today at www.thehospitalclub.com/100
The 29 finalists, alphabetical by first name, are:
- Abi Morgan, Writer & Producer
- Andrew Eaton, Producer/Writer/Collaborator, Revolution Films
- Andrew Haigh, Writer & Director
- Andy Whittaker, Chairman & Founder, Dogwoof
- Anna Higgs, Head of Film 4.0, Film 4.0
- Barbara Broccoli, Producer
- Ben Wheatley, Director
- Chris Fujiwara, Artistic Director, Edinburgh International Film Festival
- Clare Stewart, Head of Exhibition & Festival Director, BFI/LFF
- Danny Boyle, Director
- Fabien Riggall, Founder, Secret Cinema, Future Cinema and Future Shorts
- Hossein Amini, Screenwriter
- Iain Canning, Producer & Founder, Sea Saw
- Jess Search, Chief Executive, Britdoc
- John Battsek, Producer, Passion Pictures
- Lynne Ramsey, Director
- Mark Cousins, Director
- Mark Herbert, Producer & Head of Warp Films, Warp Films
- Mary Burke, Development Producer, Warp and Warp X
- Michael Fassbender, Actor
- Nira Park, Producer and Founder, Big Talk
- Paddy Considine, Actor, Writer & Director
- Patrick Fischer, Co-founder, Creativity Media
- Philip Knatchbull, CEO, Curzon Artificial Eye
- Riz Ahmed, Actor & Writer
- Robert Pattinson, Actor
- Steve McQueen, Artist & Film Director
- Tessa Ross, Controller, Film 4
- Tom Hardy, Actor
Also, Time Out readers voted for director Andrea Arnold as their ‘Wild Card’ nomination.
The h.Club 100 will also recognise Digital & Gaming, Art & Design, Advertising, PR & Marketing, Fashion & Style, Film, Music, Performance (Opera, Dance, Comedy & Cabaret), Theatre, Publishing & Writing, and TV.
The final 100 will be revealed on Nov 12.
Screen International sponsors the Film Category. Screen editor Wendy Mitchell said: “Screen has long championed rising and established talents in the UK film world both in front of and behind the camera, so we’re thrilled to be involved with an initiative like the Hospital 100 that celebrates UK creativity in filmmaking. It feels like the UK film world is booming at the moment in many areas, so there are many people who should be celebrated for their hard work. The only problem is narrowing down the list to a select few out of so many great nominees.”