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Archive for the ‘Awards: Nominations’ Category
Nicole   /   January 24, 2017   /   0 Comments

NATIONAL FILM AWARDS – The National Film Academy has today announced the nominations for the ceremony, which takes place in London on March 29 and will be broadcast on Sky Showcase, Sky channel 261.
Over 1.9 million fans cast their vote across 18 categories to decide the nominations and movie fans can now vote for the winners on the official Academy website at www.nationalfilmawards.org.

Gemma herself and a couple of her movies (100 Streets and The Girls With all the Gifts) are nominated as well in the following categories:

BEST ACTRESS
Jodie Whittaker, (Adult Life Skills)
Kate Dickie, (Couple in a Hole)
Narges Rashidi, (Under the Shadow)
Jennifer Saunders, (Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie)
Sasha Lane, (American Honey)
Lupita Nyong’o , (Queen of Katwe)
Gemma Jones, (Bridget Jones’s Baby)
Gemma Arterton, (The Girl With All the Gifts)
Renée Zellweger, (Bridget Jones’s Baby)
Gugu Mbatha-Raw, (Miss Sloane)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS ACTRESS
Avin Manshadi, (Under the Shadow)
Gemma Arterton, (The Girl With All the Gifts)
Naomie Harris, (Our Kind of Traitor)
Shana Swash, (My Feral Heart)
Joanna Lumley,(Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie)
Terry Pheto, (A United Kingdom)
Alma Jodorowsky, (Kids in Love)
Gemma Jones, (Bridget Jones’s Baby)

BEST DRAMA
A Hundred Streets
Our Kind of Traitor
Sand Castle
After Love
I, Daniel Blake
Noble
Remainder
American Honey

BEST DIRECTOR
Mandie Fletcher for (Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie)
Jim O’Hanlon for (A Hundred Streets)
Noel Clarke for (Brotherhood)
Oliver Parker for (Dad’s Army)
Dexter Fletcher for (Eddie The Eagle)
Chris Foggin for (Kids in Love)
Ricky Gervais for (Life on the Road)
Susanna White for Our Kind of Traitor)
Fernando Coimbra for (Sand Castle)
Rachel Tunnard, (Adult Life Skills)
Babak Anvari, (Under the Shadow)
Amma Asante, ( A United Kingdom)

BEST ACTION
Brotherhood
Eddie The Eagle
The Girl With All the Gifts
The Guv’nor
The Fall of the Krays

Nicole   /   November 18, 2016   /   0 Comments

EVENING STANDARD.CO.UK – Our longlist for the London Evening Standard British Film Awards, revealed today, captures the unique sensibility of the capital, celebrating its diversity and creativity.

Films are eligible for consideration if they had a public screening in London between February 7 and October 21. This year’s advisory judging panel comprises Evening Standard film reviewers David Sexton and Charlotte O’Sullivan; Evening Standard film and TV writer Ellen E Jones; Kate Muir, chief film critic for The Times; Peter Bradshaw, Guardian film critic, and Tim Robey of the Daily Telegraph. The panel is chaired by Evening Standard editor Sarah Sands.

The shortlist will be announced in the paper next Thursday. The three final contenders for the Everyman Award for Best Film will be screened to the public in Everyman cinemas in the last two weeks before all winners are revealed at the ceremony at Claridge’s on December 8.

The winner of the Editor’s Award in partnership with Claridge’s — a special honour for a cinematic event or person to have grabbed the headlines in the past year — will also be announced on the night.

This year also sees a new audience award for Most Powerful Scene, created by Finch & Partners, where readers can vote online for their favourite film moment from 2016. The 10 scenes to choose from will be published in the Evening Standard tomorrow with details of how to vote. (source)

NEW WEST END COMPANY AWARD FOR BEST ACTRESS

Gemma Arterton, Their Finest
Kate Beckinsale, Love & Friendship
Emily Blunt, The Girl on the Train
Alexa Davies, Spaceship
Alice Lowe, Prevenge
Helen Mirren, Eye in the Sky
Rosamund Pike, A United Kingdom
Tilda Swinton, A Bigger Splash

Nicole   /   November 07, 2016   /   0 Comments

AOL.CO.UK – Actors Michael Fassbender, Gemma Arterton and Shia Labeouf and director Ken Loach have been tipped for prizes at this year’s British Independent Film Awards (Bifa).

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Now in its 18th year, the awards celebrate the most innovative and creative productions by film makers in the UK, often confronting key contemporary socio-political issues.

Bifa founder, Canadian-born Elliot Grove, who also founded the Raindance Film Festival, said: “British film can’t be put in a box.

The reason we started Bifa almost 20 years ago was to shine a spotlight on British talent. Film is one of the main exports from this small, damp and dirty island.

Britain is one of the most diverse countries ethnically and culturally in the world, and just because you are in Britain making a film makes it, whatever it is, British.”

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In the lead-up to the announcement of the winners on Sunday December 4, the full list of nominations include…

For best supporting actress: Avin Manshadi (Under The Shadow), Gemma Arterton (The Girl With All The Gifts), Naomie Harris (Our Kind Of Traitor), Shana Swash (My Feral Heart), and Terry Pheto (A United Kingdom). (source)

Nicole   /   June 08, 2016   /   0 Comments

Last night (June 07), Gemma attended the Glamour Women of the Year Awards, help at the Berkeley Square Gardens in London. She won – very deserved! – the Cointreau Theatre Actress Award! Gemma was wearing a blue Prada dress and looking gorgeous as usual, together with her sister Hannah – there to support her <3 Several photos from the evening have now been added to the gallery! With big thanks to Claudia and Emily for their precious help. More photos will be added tomorrow for sure, so stay tuned and follow the site on twitter @GArtertonOnline


Nicole   /   November 03, 2015   /   0 Comments

Congratulations to Gemma for her nomination at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards!

EVENING STANDARD – Made In Dagenham’s Gemma Arterton competes for best newcomer in a musical with High Society’s Ellie Bamber and Natalie Dew for Bend It Like Beckham.

Nicole   /   April 03, 2015   /   0 Comments

OFFICIAL LONDON THEATRE – Hollywood star and Made In Dagenham‘s leading lady talked to Official London Theatre about her Olivier Award nomination at an exclusive celebration event for all the nominees. Watch to find out why she wanted to tell her dad first and why a beautiful dress led to her most embarrassing moment on stage.

Nicole   /   March 11, 2015   /   0 Comments

Olivier Awards Nomination

Congratulations to our Gemma for her Olivier Award nomination, Best Actress in a Musical for Made in Dagenham! The Olivier Awards will take place at the Royal Opera House (in London) on Sunday 12 April.