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BBC and Rook Films announce unique collaboration on Ben Wheatley's latest feature film: Happy New Year, Colin Burstead
Ben Wheatley’s seventh feature film, Happy New Year, Colin Burstead, will be released in a unique partnership with BBC Films, BBC Comedy and BBC Two.
BBC Films’ Woman In Gold is directed by Bafta-nominated Simon Curtis and tells the true story of Maria Altmann and her battle to reclaim a family heirloom that was stolen by the Nazi’s during World War II.
BBC Films has scooped ten nominations at this year’s EE British Academy Film Awards, which were announced today.
Ken Loach's I, Daniel Blake, supported by BBC Films, wins prestigious Palme D'or top prize at Cannes Film Festival 2016
I, Daniel Blake by Ken Loach has won the coveted Palme d'Or at Cannes Film Festival 2016. It is Ken Loach’s second win in the history of the competition and 13th nomination.
BBC Films is celebrating its 25th anniversary this evening. At the forefront of British independent filmmaking, BBC Films has developed and produced over 250 films during this period with a further 15 new titles released this year. The milestone comes after winning the Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema at this year’s British Academy Film Awards in February.
BBC Films has scooped 11 nominations at this year’s EE British Academy Film Awards, which were announced today. Philomena received four nominations, Saving Mr Banks received five nominations, The Invisible Woman received one nomination and Good Vibrations received one nomination.
BBC Films is bringing the BAFTA-winning stars of hit BBC kids' show Horrible Histories to the big screen in BILL, a new comedy film about Shakespeare – or how Bill became William.
After the positive reception in Cannes for Rufus Norris’ acclaimed Broken which opened Critics Week, BBC Films has unveiled their new slate, reaffirming their commitment to nurturing relationships with filmmakers and developing new talent.
A season of programmes celebrating Shakespeare, another on the host Olympic city, London; plus details of three of the biggest music events of next year – all hosted by the BBC – are just some of the highlights of the BBC’s contribution to the London 2012 Festival and the Cultural Olympiad.
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