Category: Awards

Kenneth Branagh won Best Actor for his role as Wallander at the 2017 International Emmys in New York last night. Kenneth Branagh said, ‘Henning Mankell was an internationalist. He would have been delighted at this Emmy recognition. Our Wallander was … Continue reading

  The Crown receives 5 nominations at the Virgin TV British Academy Television Awards 2017. Drama series Leading Actress – Claire Foy Supporting Actor – Jarred Harris Supporting Actor – John Lithgow Supporting Actress – Vanessa Kirby Peter Morgan said, “I … Continue reading

The Crown leads the drama nominations at the BAFTA Craft Awards with acknowledgements in seven categories. Congratulations to the whole creative team. COSTUME DESIGN MICHELE CLAPTON DIRECTOR: FICTION STEPHEN DALDRY Episode Two PHOTOGRAPHY & LIGHTING: FICTION ADRIANO GOLDMAN Episode Five … Continue reading

Left Bank Pictures founder and Managing Director Marigo Kehoe was honoured with the 2015 Women in Film & Television Barclays Business Award. Presented by Sir Kenneth Branagh, the award recognises Marigo’s outstanding business achievement by a woman in film, TV … Continue reading

Tommy Cooper: Not Like That, Like This (ITV) has been shortlisted for best single drama in this year’s Broadcasting Press Guild (BPG) Awards. The single film about legendary comedian Tommy Cooper, written by Simon Nye (How Do You Want Me, Men … Continue reading

Cardinal Burns (Series 2) and Tommy Cooper: Not like That, Like This have each been nominated for the RTS Craft & Design 13/14 awards. Multi-award winning comedy sketch series Cardinal Burns has been nominated for three awards, in the Photography, … Continue reading

Left Bank Pictures would like to congratulate actor Will Poulter for being awarded the Rising Star Award at Sunday night’s BAFTAS.  The EE Rising Star Award – as voted by the British public – honours a young actor or actress … Continue reading

Congratulations to School of Comedy’s Will Poulter for his EE Rising Star nomination at BAFTA this week. Will Poulter, who starred in Son Of Rambow and alongside Jennifer Aniston in last year’s comedy We’re The Millers, is up against fellow … Continue reading

We are delighted to announce that Cardinal Burns have been nominated for the prestigious Rose D’Or award for Comedy,  the international TV awards which aim to “define the gold standard of excellence and achievement in entertainment programming.” This is the … Continue reading