Disney, Altitude, Mubi Win Top Awards at The Big Screen Awards 2022 | News

Disney, Altitude, Mubi Win Top Awards at The Big Screen Awards 2022 |  News

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The Walt Disney Company, Altitude, Paramount Pictures and Mubi were among the winners of The Big Screen Awards, which recognizes excellence in marketing, distribution, advertising and exhibition in the UK.

big screen awards were renamed of the Screen Awards, last held in 2019, and were unveiled tonight (November 24) at a ceremony at The Brewery, London, hosted by comedian Phil Wang.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures UK and Ireland won a special dealer of the decade award, recognizing 10 years of achievement. The company has released 145 titles in cinemas since 2013 for a total of £2.21bn at the UK and Ireland box office, making it the top distributor of the decade with a 20.5% share. The award was collected by Lee Jury, Senior Vice President of Studio Content Marketing and Co-Head of Walt Disney Studios UK/EMEA.

The Distributor of the Year Award – Independent went to Altitudewhich was praised for its support of theaters coming out of the pandemic, including the release of Minari in theaters when the venues reopened last year. “[They] it gave moviegoers something to come back for at a time when new products were sorely needed,” said one judge.

Paramount Pictures UK picked up the award for New Blockbuster of the Year for Top Gun: Maverick. The award highlights studio campaigns that propelled audiences back to theaters. top gun it grossed a whopping $102 million at the UK box office after star Tom Cruise held out for its theatrical release during Covid.

by Kenneth Branagh BelfastReleased in the UK by Universal, it won Best British Film, voted for in an online poll conducted by readers of a shortlist selected by international screenthe top publishers of . Jamie Dornan and Jude Hill appeared via video link to accept the award.

PHD UK and Warner Bros. won Theatrical Campaign of the Year (200 Sites and More) for the batmanand the judges praised the villain-focused approach as “daring”, “surprising” and “brave”.

mubi won Film Campaign of the Year for a title released on 199 or fewer sites, as well as International Feature Campaign of the Year awards for the worst person in the world. The film topped £1 million at the UK and Irish box office, partly due to a “cheesy but brilliant” Valentine’s Day marketing campaign.

The documentary campaign was for Dartmouth Films by Eric Ravilious: Drawn to Warwith an event film campaign aimed at Empire Street Productions Y National Theater Live by Live NT: prima faciewhich starred Jodie Comer and was seen by more than 300,000 people.

For this year’s renamed awards, several new awards were introduced, including Outstanding British Filmmaker, which went to Boiling point director Philip Barantiniand Outstanding British Actor, Awarded to Honor Swinton Byrnewho recently starred in Joanna Hogg’s the eternal daughter Y the memory Films.

There were three other new categories for 2022. The big screen event of the year was for the 2022 edition of the Glasgow Film Festivalwhich reached an all-time high of 73% of its audience capacity in its first post-Covid face-to-face edition.

The Green Screen Award, which honors a company that prioritizes sustainable practices, went to the Lewes-based independent film. Deposit. The Diversity and Inclusion Initiative Award, which recognizes inspiring work toward creating a more inclusive industry, was presented to BFI London Film Festival Critics Mentoring Program.

Other returning awards included PR Campaign of the Year, which was won by Prime Minister’s “smart, funky and fun” campaign for Prano Bailey-Bond’s horror Censor.

The film of the year awards went to Ilkley Cinema (for 24 screens and less) and Cineworld Basildon (for 25 screens and more).

vue entertainment won Film Marketing Campaign of the Year for ‘Get Lost in Great Stories – Jurassic World Dominion’.

Olivia Ter-Berg from Cineworld won industry rising star category; Picturehouse Entertainment & Intermission Film took home the always competitive poster of the year award for The reason why I jump; Y At the cinema and Universal Pictures UK won brand association of the year for its no time to die schools marketing association

Finally, the Cinema First Achievement Award went to film programmer Roy Gowerwho worked at ABC Cinemas (which became Cineworld in 2006) from 1975 to 2014, before joining Everyman Cinemas, where he worked as a film director until his retirement in 2021.

Sponsors for the evening included: Eikon, MediCinema and Powster. The event was in association with Cinema First and the UK Film Association.

The complete list of winners

Distributor of the Year – Independent

Dealer of the Decade
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures UK and Ireland

Box office release of the year
hipster top gunParamount Pictures UK

Best British Film of the Year
Belfast, UK Distributor: Universal; Producers: Laura Berwick, Kenneth Branagh, Becca Kovacik, Tamar Thomas

Theatrical Campaign of the Year (200 sites and more)
the batmanPHD UK and Warner Bros.

Theatrical Campaign of the Year (199 sites and less)
the worst person in the worldmubi

International Feature Film of the Year Campaign
the worst person in the worldmubi
Highly praised: drive my carmodern movies

Documentary campaign of the year
Eric Ravilious: Drawn to WarDartmouth Films

Cinema event campaign of the year
Live NT: prima facieEmpire Street Productions, National Live Theater

Breakthrough British Actor
Honor Swinton Byrne

Breakthrough British Filmmaker
Philip Barantini

public relations campaign of the year
CensorPrime Minister

Film of the Year (25 screens or more)
Cineworld Basildon
Highly Recommended: Tivoli Cheltenham

Film of the Year (24 screens or less)
Ilkley Cinema

Film Marketing Campaign of the Year
Lose yourself in great stories (Jurassic World: Dominion), Vue Entertainment

Big Screen Event of the Year
Glasgow Film Festival, Glasgow Cinema
Highly Commended: Gentleminions Screenings, Vue Entertainment

Diversity and Inclusion Initiative
Critics Mentoring Scheme, BFI London Film Festival
Highly Commended: LGBTQI+ Weekly Film Club, Rio Cinema

green screen award

Industry Rising Star Award
Olivia Ter-BergCineworld

Poster design of the year.
The reason why I jumpPicturehouse Entertainment

trailer of the year
ali and avaAltitude and Intermediate Cinema

Brand Association of the Year
no time to die schools marketing association, Into Film and Universal Pictures UK

First Film Achievement Award
Roy Gower

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