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It’s a happy night for Happy Valley

It’s a happy night for Happy Valley

In the first year that BAFTA allowed nominations from streaming services, with The Crown going into TV Awards night with an unbeaten five nominations, it was the traditional broadcasters who dominated, with Netflix going home empty-handed. BBC One’s Happy Valley winning Best Drama Series and ...

BAFTA sets up race between the Artist and Tinker

12 Years beats Gravity to BAFTA’s Best Picture

Gravity has come off the biggest winner of the night at the British Academy Film Awards, taking six trophies, but the top prize of the night, for Best Picture, eluded the space thriller. The London-based Mexican-born Alfonso Cuarón was the best director for the ground-breaking film, which also won...

American Hustle, Gravity and 12 Years a Slave lead Oscar nominations

American Hustle, Gravity and 12 Years a Slave lead Oscar nominations

Last year, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences voters shocked the film industry when they overlooked Ben Affleck in the best director’s category, this year they outdid themselves, snubbing safe potential contenders such as Emma Thompson, Robert Redford and Tom Hanks in the acting categ...

Do journalists make good guests at the Globes?

Do journalists make good guests at the Globes?

My film journalism usually involves reviewing films and reporting on festivals and awards from around the world. But the unique position of UK Screen’s owner Sam Asi, a Hollywood Foreign Press Association member and Golden Globes voter, makes these awards different. We get to see them from the...

Starred Up and Selfish Giant lead BIFA nods

Starred Up and Selfish Giant lead BIFA nods

A prison drama that won the Best Newcomer honour for its first-time writer at the London Film Festival last month has scooped the most nominations at the British Independent Film Awards – the opening ceremony of a long film awards season that will end with the Oscars in February. Starred Up wi...

Philomena – Review

Philomena – Review

Director: Stephen Frears - Starring: Steve Coogan, Judi Dench, Michelle Fairley, Anna Maxwell Martin, Sophie Kennedy Clark , Charlie Murphy, Peter Hermann, Sean Mahon, Mare Winningham, Simone Lahbib, Cathy Belton, Wunmi Mosaku, Ruth McCabe, Barbara Jefford, Kate Fleetwood ...

Coogan wins screenplay prize at Venice

Coogan wins screenplay prize at Venice

The comedian Steve Coogan has won the Best Screenplay award at the Venice Film Festival. He and co-writer Jeff Pope penned the well-received new Stephen Frears film, Philomena, in which Coogan stars as the journalist Martin Sixsmith, helping Dame Judi Dench’s elderly Irish woman trace the son ...

Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa – Review

Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa – Review

Director: Declan Lowney - Starring: Steve Coogan, Colm Meaney, Felicity Montague, Monica Dolan, Simon Greenall, Phil Cornwell, Tim Key, Anna Maxwell Martin, Sean Pertwee, Nigel Lindsay, Simon Delaney...

The Look of Love – Review

The Look of Love – Review

Director: Michael Winterbottom - Starring: Steve Coogan, Anna Friel, Imogen Poots, Tamsin Egerton, Chris Addison, James Lance, Simon Bird, Matthew Beard, Stephen Fry, Matt Lucas, David Walliams, Shirley Henderson, Dara O'Briain...

Ruby Sparks – Review

Ruby Sparks – Review

Directors: Jonathan Dayton, Valerie Faris - Writer: Zoe Kazan - Starring: Paul Dano, Zoe Kazan, Annette Bening, Antonio Banderas, Steve Coogan, Chris Messina, Aasif Mandvi, Elliot Gould...

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