8TH SCREEN NATION FILM & TV AWARDS 2013
Set to take place on Sun 17th February at the Park Plaza, Westminster Bridge, the 8th Screen Nation Awards will be hosted by well loved black British TV personalities Wil Johnson and Sarah Jane Crawford, with the show set to be broadcast late February, early March 2013 across the Sky platform.
Industry backed Achievement Awards, presented by a host of well-known faces, will recognize both audience favorites and emerging British film & TV talent. The ceremony will feature the cream of the urban black British film & TV scene alongside established mainstream stars from the worlds of sport, music, fashion media and politics.
- Come Join us and Celebrate with the Stars -
Park Plaza, Westminster Bridge, 200 Westminster Bridge Rd, London SE1 7UT
Screen Nation is also proud to announce that Joseph Marcell, veteran English star of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air will be honoured with the highest UK award, the Edric Connor Inspiration Award in tribute to his outstanding career to date.
In celebration of Jamaica’s 50th year of Independence in 2012, a special award recipient this year will include legendary British-Jamaican film producer Paul Bucknor, creator of the massive British hit comedy movie, The Full Monty.
For 2013, the awards return to central London and comprises of a Red Carpet VIP Champagne Reception with 4 Bowl Caribbean themed buffet, Awards Ceremony with top music and comedy entertainment, with the Awards night culminating in a glitzy After Party celebration like no other.
Invited guest of honour and recipient of this year’s Outstanding Contribution Award will be the much loved African-American Hollywood screen star Louis Gosset Jr, the multi award winning star star of some of the most outstanding and compelling American movies, television and theatre of the past four decades.
Screen Nation is especially proud to honor The Harder they Come, the first ever Jamaican cinema movie with the Classic Movie Award, in its 40th anniversary year. We hope to welcome its star, reggae legend Jimmy Cliff and top Jamaican movie producer Justine Henzell, daughter of its creator Perry Henzell to pick up the award.