SCREEN NATION FILM & TV AWARDS
Screen Nation is very happy to announce that the 13th edition of the Screen Nation Film & TV Awards took place successfully on Sunday 18th Feb 2018 at the ILEC Banqueting Centre in Fulham in the presence of industry executives, respected creatives, top directors and famous actors & presenters from today and yesteryear. The dazzling event was themed under Black Panther in homage to the release of the seminal superhero movie, with the historic film receiving its very first award at a ceremony co-hosted by the debonair Simon Frederick of #BlackistheNewBlack BBC fame alongside actress and queen of Twerk fitness, the inimitable Kelechi Okafor.
Work has already begun on the 14th edition, which is set to take place next February 2019 right in the midst of the global awards season as always in the weekend between the film Bafta's and the Oscars. With a new venue and exciting new hosts to be announced in September, the 2019 show and its lead up will witness a complete refresh of the awards structure with new partnerships and a new shape to the ceremony with a whole new demographic mix as part of the ceremony guest list.
With BAFTA (Gift of Bafta) partnering with the next Screen Nation Hall of Frame induction, this coming BHM alongside an exciting series of online and event led Diversity initiatives being developed via a unique partnership with the University of the Arts London by way of London College of Communication's prestigious Screen School there are exciting times ahead for Screen Nation.
Please get in touch if you would like to join our profile of both new and longstanding partners & sponsors BBC, ITV, Bafta, ABN TV, Sky, UAL, UWL and many others if you would like to contribute, collaborate, partner or sponsor in any way with Europe's first and leading celebration of professional black British and global Film & Television talent and their productions.
WHO ARE WE AND WHAT DO WE DO
Every year the Screen Nation Film & Television Awards celebrate the cascade of achievements that have helped enrich world and UK cinema & TV with cultural diversity.
The Awards has confirmed itself as an industry recognised event supported by industry bodies and all of the major terrestrial and satellite broadcasters and has been broadcast on a number of leading channels on the Sky platform since its inception.