Scottish talent in the 2019 Screen Awards nominations

The shortlist for the 2019 Screen Awards has been announced, with a great selection of Scottish talent featured. The awards recognise excellence in UK film distribution, exhibition, marketing, publicity and brand partnerships.

The shortlist will now be debated by an independent jury of industry experts, who select the final winners. The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on Thursday 28 November at The Ballroom Southbank in London.

Last year’s awards saw 20th Century Fox, Disney and Curzon Artificial Eye all win big.

Scottish nominations

This year, Campbeltown Picture House and The Hippodrome Cinema in Bo'ness both received nominations for Cinema of the Year from a company with 24 screens or under.

Yuli – The Carlos Acosta Story: Live From The Royal Opera House (Modern Films) has been nominated for Event Cinema Campaign of the Year.

Yuli

Image: Carlos Acosta in Yuli


The Wife (Organic & Picturehouse Entertainment), received a nomination for PR Campaign of the Year, and Nae Pasaran! (Cosmic Cat) is nominated for Documentary Film Release of the Year.

Beats (Intermission Film), Irene’s Ghost (Coffee & Cigarettes), and Wild Rose (The Picture Production Company), have all received nominations for Trailer of the Year.

Mr. Jones (WestEnd Films), and Whitney (Altitude Films), are nominated for Sales for International Sales Deal for a UK Film.

Find out more

The full list of nominations is available here. For more information, visit the Screen Awards website.