It’s award season and I was so incredibly thrilled to see several actors I have worked with up for nominations. John C. Reilly, with whom I worked on the set of the Laurel and Hardy biopic, Stan and Ollie, was nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical. Unfortunately, he was beaten by the very talented, Christian Bale, for his role in Vice. BBC America’s dark yet funny ‘Killing Eve,’ did well and not […]
Unit stills photographer, Aimee Spinks wins the award for the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce Future Face of Arts and Culture 2018!
Stephen Fry kicked off the 2015 BAFTA results and last night’s revelatons certainly kept the Oscar race exciting with hot favourite, Birdman, surprisingly only receiving one award for cinematographer Emmanuel Lubzeki. Meanwhile, Boyhood took the lead by winning 3 of its 5 nominations including Best Film, Director and Supporting Actress. The film’s director, Richard Linklater unfortunately didn’t make it to London to claim the award in person but no doubt we’ll see him at the Oscars now that he has […]
The 21st Screen Actors Guild Awards went underway yesterday with Birdman taking the coveted top honours of Best Cast in a Motion Picture, though the film’s lead, Michael Keaton, just missed out to Brit and Oscar favourite, Eddie Redmayne for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking in the Theory of Everything. Unfortunately however, the brilliant biopic’s leading lady, Felicity Jones, couldn’t quite beat Julianne Moore to take the title of Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role, the latter […]
Last night saw the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards broadcast it’s winners of 2015 to 167 countries worldwide. If, like me you weren’tfortunate enough to walk down the 30,000+ square feet’s worth of red carpet (seriously, that’s how much they roll out each year) to check out the event in person, or even get chance to watch it on TV, don’t panic! Here’s a round-up of all the highlights! As with the upcoming BAFTAS, Boyhood, saw 5 nominations […]
With the Golden Globe winners announced last night and the BAFTAS on the horizon, let’s not forget about the often over-looked, Key Art Awards. The Key Art Awards is entertainment’s most recognised competition for advertising and communications across every medium you can think of. Everything from the more obvious forms of advertising such as trailers and poster art/one-sheets, to creative social, TV spot and display campaigns – everything that goes into attracting an audience. Without the creative minds behind the […]