Awards and Nominations

Sightseers

  • Winner, Best British Film – Empire Film Awards 2013
  • Winner, The Peter Sellers Comedy Award – The Evening Standard Awards 2013
  • Winner, Best Screenplay -The 15th Moët British Independent Film Awards
  • Winner, Best Actress (Alice Lowe) – 45th Sitges – International Fantastic Film Festival 2012
  • Winner, Best Screenplay (Amy Jump, Steve Oram & ALice Lowe) – 45th Sitges – International Fantastic Film Festival 2012
  • Nominated, Best British Independent Film – British Independent Film Awards 2012
  • Nominated, Best Director / Ben Wheatley – British Independent Film Awards 2012
  • Nominated, Best Actress / Alice Lowe – British Independent Film Awards 2012
  • Nominated, Best Actor / Steve Oram – British Independent Film Awards 2012
  • Nominated, Best Supporting Actress / Eileen Davies – British Independent Film Awards 2012
  • Nominated, Best Achievement in Production – British Independent Film Awards 2012
  • Nominated, Best Male Newcomer / Steve Oram – Empire Film Awards UK 2013
  • Nominated, Best Female Newcomer / Alice Lowe – Empire Film Awards UK 2013
  • Nominated, Best Horror – Empire Film Awards UK 2013
  • Nominated, Best Film – Evening Standard British Film Awards 2013
  • Nominated, Best Actress / Alice Lowe – Evening Standard British Film Awards 2013
  • Won, ALFS Award, Breakthrough British Filmmaker / Alice Lowe (writer), Steve Oram (writer) – London Critics Circle Film Awards 2013
  • Nominated, ALFS Award / British Film of the Year – London Critics Circle Film Awards 2013
  • Nominated, ALFS Award / British Actor of the Year / Steve Oram – London Critics Circle Film Awards 2013
  • Nominated, ALFS Award / British Actress of the Year / Alice Lowe – London Critics Circle Film Awards 2013
  • Won, Best Screenplay – Mar del Plata Film Festival 2012
  • Nominated, Best Film – Mar del Plata Film Festival 2012
  • Won, Best of Puchon – Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival 2013
  • Won, Best Actress / Alice Lowe – Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival 2013
  • Nominated, Best Film – Sitges – Catalonian International Film Festival 2012

Big Talk Productions

  • Nominated, Indie of the Year – Arqiva Channel of the Year Awards 2011

Friday Night Dinner

  • Nominated, Best New Comedy Programme – British Comedy Awards 2011
  • Nominated, Best Sitcom – British Comedy Awards 2011
  • Nominated, Best TV Comedy Actress for Tamsin Greig – British Comedy Awards 2011
  • Nominated, Best Comedy Breakthrough Artist for Tom Rosenthal – British Comedy Awards 2011

Attack The Block

  • Breakthrough British Film-maker / Joe Cornish – 32nd London Critics’ Circle Film Awards
  • Young British Performer Award / John Boyega – 32nd London Critics’ Circle Film Awards
  • Nominated, John Boyega Outstanding Actor & Outstanding Breakthrough – The Black Reel Awards 2011
  • Winner, Best First Feature – The Toronto Film Critics Association 2011
  • Winner, Best Debut Director – NY Film Critics Online 2011
  • Winner, Best Midnight Audience Award | Austin SXSW Film Festival 2011
  • Nominated, Best Directorial Debut – Joe Cornish | British Independent Film Awards 2011
  • Nominated, Most Promising Newcomer – John Boyega | British Independent Film Awards 2011
  • Winner, Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature | Los Angeles Film Festival 2011
  • Winner, Melies d’Argent | Lund International Fantastic Film Fest 2011
  • Winner, Audience Award – Best European or American Feature | Montreal Fantasia International Film Festival 2011
  • Winner, Best Motion Picture | Sitges Film Festival 2011
  • Winner, Special Jury Award | Sitges Film Festival 2011
  • Winner, Jose Luis Critics Award | Sitges Film Festival 2011
  • Winner, Best Original Soundtrack | Sitges Film Festival 2011
  • Nominated, Outstanding British Debut of 2012 / BAFTA
  • Nominated, Best First Film of 2012 / The Guardian
  • Nominated, Outstanding Foreign Motion Picture / The 43rd NAACP Image Awards 2012

Paul

  • Winner, Best Comedy Film – National Movie Awards 2011
  • Nominated, Best Character Animation In A Live Action Production – The 2011 Annie Awards

Rev.

  • Winner, Best Comedy & Entertainment Show Broadcasting Press Guild Awards 2012
  • Winner, Best Actress (Olivia Colman) Broadcasting Press Guild Awards 2012
  • Winner, Best Writing Broadcasting Press Guild Awards 2012
  • Winner, Best Situation Comedy – BAFTA TV 2011
  • Winner, Comedy Award – South Bank Sky Arts Awards 2011
  • Nominated, Best Male Performance in a Comedy Role for Tom Hollander – BAFTA TV 2011
  • Nominated, Best Comedy Programme – Broadcast Awards 2011
  • Nominated, Tom Hollander Best Comedy Actor – British Comedy Awards 2011
  • Nominated, Best Scripted Comedy – RTS Awards 2011
  • Nominated, Best Comedy Performance / Tom Hollander – RTS Awards 2011

Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World

  • Winner, Audience Award – Lund International Fantastic Film Festival 2010
  • Voted one of the top 10 films of 2010 – New York Online Critics
  • Voted one of the top 10 films of 2010 – Austin Film Critics Association
  • Winner, Best Original Song “We Are Sex Bob-Omb” – Houston Film Critics Society 2010
  • Nominated Best Adapted Screenplay – San Diego Critics 2010
  • Nominated Best Editing – San Diego Critics 2010
  • Winner, Best Motion Picture (Comedy or Musical) – Satellite Awards 2010
  • Winner, Best Actor in a Motion Picture (Comedy or Musical) / Michael Cera – Satellite Awards 2010
  • Nominated Best Screenplay (Adapted) – Satellite Awards 2010
  • Nominated Best Art Direction & Production Design – Satellite Awards 2010
  • Nominated Best Director – Detroit Film Critics 2010
  • Nominated Best Ensemble – Detroit Film Critics 2010
  • Nominated Best Adapted Screenplay – St. Louis Film Critics 2010
  • Runner Up, Best Visual Effects – St. Louis Film Critics 2010
  • Winner, Best Comedy – St. Louis Film Critics 2010
  • Runner Up, Moving The Medium Forward – St. Louis Film Critics 2010
  • Runner Up, Best Artistic/Creative Film – St. Louis Film Critics 2010
  • One of the Top Ten Films of the Year – Las Vegas Film Critics Society 2010
  • Nominated Best Song – Las Vegas Film Critics Society 2010
  • Nominated Best Costume – Las Vegas Film Critics Society 2010
  • Nominated Best Art Direction – Las Vegas Film Critics Society 2010
  • Nominated Best Visual Effects – Las Vegas Film Critics Society 2010
  • Finalist for Best Film – Indiana Film Critics 2010
  • Nominated Best Adapted Screenplay – Online Film Critics Society 2010
  • Nominated Best Editing – Online Film Critics Society 2010
  • No. 1 on Top Ten Films of the Year 2010 – Harry Knowles at Ain’t It Cool News
  • No. 3 on Top Ten Films of the Year 2010 – HitFix
  • No. 6 on Top Ten Films of the Year 2010 – Collider
  • No. 6 on Top Twenty Films of the Year 2010 – Empire Online
  • One of the Best Popcorn Movies of 2010 – Seattle Times
  • Short Listed for Best Visual Effects – Motion Picture Academy of Arts & Sciences Awards 2011
  • Nominated Best Editing in a Comedy or Musical – 61st Annual American Cinema Editors (ACE) Eddie Awards 2011
  • Nominated for Outstanding Film – Wide Release – GLAAD Media Awards 2011
  • Winner Best Film Director Edgar Wright for Scott Pilgrim Vs The World – SFX Awards 2011
  • Nominated in 11 Categories in JoeBlo.com’s The Golden Schmoes 2010 http://www.goldenschmoes.com/
  • Winner Most Underrated Movie of the Year – JoeBlo.com’s The Golden Schmoes 2010
  • Winner Best Comedy – JoeBlo.com’s The Golden Schmoes 2010
  • Winner Biggest Surprise – JoeBlo.com’s The Golden Schmoes 2010
  • Winner Best Music – JoeBlo.com’s The Golden Schmoes 2010
  • Winner Best Comedy Director – The Comedy Awards from Comedy Central and MTV
  • Nominated for The Ray Bradbury Award for Outstanding Dramatic Presentation – SFWA 2010 Nebula Awards
  • Nominated Best Fantasy Film – 37th Annual Saturn Award Nominations 2011
  • No. 3 on Top Ten Films of the Year 2010 – The Film Stage
  • Nominated in 3 Categories in the 2011 Jameson Empire Awards

Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: The Game

  • Best Adapted Video Game – Spike TV’s 2010 Video Game Awards

Free Agents

  • Nominated Best Situation Comedy – Rose d’Or 2009

Hot Fuzz

  • Winner, Best Comedy Film – ITV National Movie Awards 2007
  • Winner, Best Comedy – Empire Awards 2008
  • Nominated, Best Film and Best Actor(Simon Pegg) – Empire Movie Awards 2008

Shaun of the Dead

  • Winner, Best Screenplay: Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright, British Independent Film Awards
  • Winner, Best Film, NME Awards
  • Winner, Empire Awards, Best British Film
  • Winner, US Saturn Awards – Best Horror Film
  • Nominated, BAFTA Alexander Korda Award for Outstanding British Film of the Year (Nira Park / Edgar Wright) 2005
  • Nominated, BAFTA Nira Park for Carl Foreman Award for Special Achievement by a British Director/Producer or Writer in their First Feature Film 2005.
  • Nominated, Best British Independent Film, British Independent Film Awards.
  • Nominated, Best British Film, London Critics Circle Awards
  • Nominated, Best Screenplay (Simon Pegg & Edgar Wright), London Critics Circle Awards
  • Nominated, South Bank Awards Best Film
  • Nominated, British Comedy Awards 2004 Best Film
  • Nominated, Empire Awards, Best British Actress – Kate Ashfield
  • Nominated, Empire Awards, Best British Actor – Simon Pegg
  • Nominated, Empire Awards, Best British Director – Edgar Wright
  • Nominated, Empire Awards, Best scene – record throwing sequence
  • Nominated, Most Promising Newcomer: Nick Frost, British Independent Film Awards

Black Books

  • Winner, BAFTA Best Sitcom (S3)
  • Nominated Best TV Comedy, British Comedy Awards 2002 (S2)
  • Winner BAFTA 2001 Best Sitcom (S1)
  • Winner Montreux Bronze Rose (S1)
  • Nominated British Comedy Awards 2001 Best of British (S1)
  • Nominated South Bank Awards Best Comedy (S1)

Spaced

  • Nominated BAFTA 2001 Best Sitcom (S2)
  • Nominated International Emmy Best Popular Arts (S2)
  • Nominated BAFTA 1999 Best Sitcom (S1)
  • Nominated British Comedy Awards Best Sitcom (S1)
  • Nominated Montreux Best Sitcom (S1)

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