Left Bank’s Andy Harries, Studiocanal UK CEO Nicola Shindler, Angels Costumes chairman Tim Angel and Oscar-winning actress Olivia Colman were among screen industry professionals awarded titles in the Queen’s 2019 Birthday Honours List.
Nicola Shindler, who founded Red Production company before joining Studiocanal last year, was awarded an OBE.
As was Andy Harries, chief executive and co-founder of The Crown producer Left Bank Pictures, who was recognised for services to film and television.
Tim Angel, chairman of the world-famous costumes supplier and also former chairman of Bafta and governor of the BFI, was awarded a CBE for services to theatre, film, television and the arts.
Olivia Colman was another CBE recipient, rounding off an extraordinary 12 months for the actress after she won best actress for The Favourite at this year’s Academy Awards.
Further actors honoured included Simon Russell Beale, who was awarded a knighthood, The Good Wife star Cush Jumbo (OBE) and Sheila Atim (MBE), an Olivier award-winner for Bob Dylan musical Girl From The North Country.
Executives to receive OBEs included Alistair Fothergill, series producer of Blue Planet and co-founder of SIlverback Films, and Northern Ireland Screen boss Richard Williams.
Finally, film festival executive Cary Rajinder Sawhney was awarded an MBE for services to film. He is the executive director of the London Indian Film Festival and was formerly head of diversity at the BFI from 1997 to 2005.