Screen awards 2018

Source: Screen International

The shortlist for the 2019 Screen Awards has been announced, with Picturehouse leading the way with 13 nominations. Curzon follows closely with 11 nominations.

The most nominated release is Curzon’s The Souvenir with five nods.

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

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

The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on November 28 at The Ballroom Southbank in London.

For more information, visit the Screen Awards website.

Last year’s awards saw 20th Century Fox, Disney and Curzon Artificial Eye all win big.

Brand Partnership of the Year

  • Bohemian Rhapsody and Pearl & Dean – Pearl & Queen, Pearl & Dean
  • The Grinch and Pertemps Recruitment – Turn Your Frown Upside Down, Brand Culture
  • Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel and Vodafone, The Walt Disney Company
  • Mary Poppins Returns and YOOX, The Walt Disney Company
  • Men In Black: International and Beverly Hills Formula, Lime Communications
  • Mrs. Lowry & Son and The Lowry, Vertigo Releasing
  • Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse and Vodafone, Premier
  • Sundance Ignite and Picturehouse, Picturehouse Cinemas
  • Wonder Park and Into Film, Into Film & Paramount Pictures
  • X-Men: Dark Phoenix and Wella Shockwaves, Lime Communications

Cinema of the Year from a company with 24 screens or under Sponsored by MUBI Go

  • Campbeltown Picture House
  • The Castle Cinema, Hackney
  • The Hippodrome Cinema, Bo’ness
  • Alhambra Cinema, Keswick
  • Parkway Cinema, Beverley
  • The Prince Charles Cinema, London
  • Queen’s Film Theatre, Belfast
  • Rio Cinema, Dalston

Cinema of the Year from a company with 25 screens or over Sponsored by Comscore

  • Ashford Picturehouse
  • Cineworld, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
  • Little Theatre Cinema, Bath
  • Odeon Luxe Leicester Square
  • Savoy Cinema Penzance
  • West Norwood Picturehouse

Cinema Marketing Campaign of the Year Sponsored by Movio

  • 12 Days of Christmas at Picturehouse Cinemas, Picturehouse Cinemas
  • Amazing Grace and Gospel Choir Campaign, Bertha DocHouse
  • A Christmas Wish, Cineworld
  • Cineworld Unlimited Campaign, Cineworld
  • Odeon Luxe, Odeon
  • Picturehouse Membership – A Night at the Cinema, Picturehouse Cinemas
  • Rio Cinema Dalston Young Audiences Initiative, Rio Cinema
  • Showcase 30th Birthday, Showcase Cinemas

Distributor of the Year Sponsored by EIKON

  • Curzon Artificial Eye
  • Dartmouth Films
  • Evolutionary Films
  • ICA Cinema Distribution
  • Modern Films
  • Paramount Pictures UK
  • Picturehouse Entertainment
  • Vertigo Releasing

Marketing Team of the Year

  • Curzon
  • Paramount Pictures UK
  • UPHE Content Group

Event Cinema Campaign of the Year

  • BTS: Burn The Stage The Movie, Trafalgar Releasing
  • Coldplay: A Head Full Of Dreams, Trafalgar Releasing
  • Holy Mountain Bo Ningen Live At The Rio, Rio Cinema
  • The King & I: From The London Palladium, Trafalgar Releasing
  • They Shall Not Grow Old, Trafalgar Releasing
  • Yuli – The Carlos Acosta Story: Live From The Royal Opera House, Modern Films

Poster Design of the Year

  • Blinded By The Light, AllCity Media
  • A Clockwork Orange, Warner Bros., British Film Institute & Territory Studio
  • Dirty God, Modern Films and Coffee & Cigarettes
  • In Fabric, Julian House, Intro UK & Curzon
  • Liam Gallagher: As It Was, Yolk Creative London & Altitude Films
  • Out Of Blue, Picturehouse Entertainment
  • Ray & Liz, New Wave Films
  • The Souvenir, Sam Ashby & Curzon
  • Mrs Lowry & Son, Vertigo Releasing

PR Campaign of the Year

  • Apollo 11, UPHE Content Group & Organic
  • Can You Ever Forgive Me?,  Organic
  • Diego Maradona, Organic & Altitude Films
  • The Favourite, Premier & 20th Century Fox
  • Five Feet Apart, Vertigo Releasing
  • For Sama, Republic Distribution & Way To Blue
  • Mandy, UPHE Content Group & Organic
  • Rocketman, Paramount Pictures UK
  • The Souvenir, Curzon
  • The Wife, Organic & Picturehouse Entertainment

Rising Star Sponsored by Filmarket Hub

  • Corrina Antrobus, Picturehouse
  • Jake Cunningham, Channel 4/Little Dot Studios
  • Wayne D’Cruz, Dartmouth Films
  • Molly Goring, Strike Media
  • Rosie Hewlett, Picture Production Company
  • Nicola Lampard, Trafalgar Releasing
  • Katy Sharp-Watson, Organic
  • Caitlin Smith, Curzon

Documentary Film Release of the Year

  • Apollo 11, UPHE Content Group & Dogwoof
  • Children Of The Snow Land, Dartmouth Films
  • Diego Maradona, Altitude Film Distribution
  • Five Seasons: The Gardens Of Piet Oudolf, Dartmouth Films
  • For Sama, Republic Film Distribution
  • Hale County This Morning, This Evening, ICA Cinema Distribution
  • Nae Pasaran!, Cosmic Cat
  • The Ponds, Dartmouth Films

Foreign-Language Film Release of the Year

  • Birds Of Passage, Curzon
  • Capernaum, Picturehouse Entertainment
  • Children Of The Snow Land, Picture On The Wall Productions
  • Diego Maradona, Altitude Film Distribution
  • Woman At War, Picturehouse Entertainment

Theatrical Campaign of the Year 199 sites and under at widest point of release Sponsored by Deluxe Technicolor Digital Cinema

  • At Eternity’s Gate, Curzon
  • Bait, BFI
  • The Keeper, Parkland Entertainment
  • Mandy, UPHE Content Group
  • Marianne And Leonard, Dogwoof & UPHE Content Group
  • The Souvenir, Curzon

Theatrical Campaign of the Year 200 sites and over at widest point of release Sponsored by Motion Picture Solutions

  • Fighting With My Family, Lionsgate UK
  • John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum, Lionsgate UK
  • Rocketman, Paramount Pictures UK

Trailer of the Year Sponsored by Powster

  • Apocalypse Now, Silk Factory
  • Bait, BFI & Intermission Film
  • Beats, Altitude Films & Intermission Film
  • Capernaum, Picturehouse Entertainment
  • Diego Maradona, Altitude Films & Intermission Film
  • Disobedience, Curzon
  • First Man, Ignition Creative
  • Fisherman’s Friends, Chinagraph
  • The Hole In The Ground, Wildcard Distribution & Intermission Film
  • Irene’s Ghost, Coffee & Cigarettes
  • The Keeper, Parkland Entertainment
  • Stanley Kubrick Season, British Film Institute
  • Untouchable, Silk Factory
  • Wild Rose, The Picture Production Company
  • The Souvenir, Curzon


  • The F-Rating, FilmBath
  • FilmChain
  • Khalid: Free Spirit fan event, Trafalgar Releasing
  • Picturehouse Education Programme
  • Reclaim The Frame, Birds Eye View Films
  • A new type of Reel Cinema, Reel Cinemas

International Sales Deal for a UK Film

  • Cold War, Protagonist Pictures
  • Mr. Jones, WestEnd Films
  • Ordinary Love, Bankside Films
  • The Souvenir, Protagonist Pictures
  • Vengeance (I Am Vengeance), Evolutionary Films
  • Whitney, Altitude Film Sales

Best Post-Production House

  • Storm
  • Warner Bros. De Lane Lea