Dartmoor Killing Ltd in association with Barn Cinema Dartington, picked up the prize for Premiere of the Year 99 sites and under at the Screen Awards, held at The Brewery, London.
The gong adds to the multi-awards Dartmoor Killing has picked up, and reflects the ambitious and atmospheric Dartmoor event screening.
The award was for the three evening outdoor Premiere that was staged with Barn Cinema Dartington at New Bridge on Dartmoor September 4-6, 2015.
The premiere event was up against tough competition from Oscar winning-film Son of Saul; Scottish Film, Sunset Song and the Nottingham Forest football documentary, I Believe in Miracles which premiered in the stadium with 60,000 fans.
‘Our little film continues to surprise, said director Peter Nicholson. “It was released on Netflix North America, Australia and NZ this month and has now sold to China for DVD, VoD and PPV.’
The Screen Awards unveiled its 2016 winners, recognising excellence in UK marketing, distribution and exhibition in the past 12 months.
For the fifth year broadcaster Edith Bowman took to the stage to host the evening’s proceedings and announce the winners. With entries from nearly every major company in the industry, the competition was tough. The judges had the incredibly difficult task of deciding who this year’s worthy winners would be.
Screen International Editor Matt Mueller said: ‘Screen is delighted that the industry continues to embrace these awards, which are now in their seventh year.
“I’m thrilled that our expert panel of judges have recognized such a worthy and impressive group of winners -from across the industry spectrum, major studios to sole operators.
“All of our nominees and winners should be praised for their outstanding work in connecting films to audience’s right across the UK.’
The full list of winners can be found below.
For more information on the Screen Awards go to www.screenawards.co.uk
Screen Awards 2016 winners
3D Film Campaign of the Year sponsored by RealD 3D
The Martian, Twentieth Century Fox
Brand Partnership of the Year sponsored by DCM
The Secret Life Of Pets and Petplan Insurance UK, Brand Culture
Cinema Marketing Campaign of the Year sponsored by Movio
Showcase Cinema de Lux
Cinema of the Year – 24 Screens or Under
Genesis Cinema, Whitechapel, London
Cinema of the Year – from a company 25 screens or above sponsored by Vista Group
Creative Agency of the Year -Audiovisual
Creative Agency of the Year -Print
Distributor of the Year sponsored by Deluxe Entertainment Services Group
Event Cinema Campaign of the Year
Branagh Theatre Live: The Winter’s Tale, Picturehouse Entertainment
Exhibition Achievement Award
Geoff Greaves, Merlin Cinemas
Marketing Team of the Year
Twentieth Century Fox
Online Campaign of the Year
Suffragette, Pathe UK, Feref and Influence Digital
Poster Design of the Year
The Lobster, Picturehouse Entertainment, Element Pictures Distribution, Protagonist Pictures & Vasilis Marmatakis
PR Team of the Year -Agency
Way To Blue
PR Team of the Year – In-house
Twentieth Century Fox
Premiere of the Year -100 sites or above
Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie, Twentieth Century Fox
Premiere of the Year -99 sites or below
Dartmoor Killing, Dartmoor Killing Ltd in association with Barn Cinema Dartington
Rising Star Sponsored by Creative Skillset
Mark Towers, Curzon Artificial Eye
Specialist Film Campaign of the Year Sponsored by Red Rock Entertainment
Embrace Of The Serpent, Peccadillo Pictures
Theatrical Campaign of the Year -100 Sites and Over Sponsored by Motion Picture Solutions
Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Disney
Theatrical Campaign of the Year -99 Sites and Under Sponsored by Motion Picture Solutions
The Lobster, Picturehouse Entertainment and Element Pictures Distribution
Trailer of the Year – Sponsored by Powster
Son Of Saul, Curzon Artificial Eye & Intermission Film
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