Moët & ChandonMoët & Chandon has been the champagne of cinema for nearly a century, capturing the imagination of cinema’s brightest stars almost as soon as the film industry was born. Browsing through photos of the silver screen era’s glittering parties one is quite likely to see a bottle of Moët & Chandon as generations of legendary actors, actresses, producers and directors celebrated their achievements.The mutual fascination between Moët and the movies is reflected in its presence at the world’s most prestigious international cinema events such as the Golden Globe Awards, the Cannes Film Festival, the Venice Film Festival and for the past four years The Moët British Independent Film Awards. In short, Moët & Chandon is where the movies are, from Hollywood to international film festivals and events around the world.
Moët & Chandon is delighted to toast the achievements of the British Film Industry and support its most talented members.
3 Mills Studios3 Mills Studios is an iconic production destination in the heart of East London and home to the independent filmmaker.
Situated on an attractive island oasis, this versatile and inspiring studio has hosted some of the most successful names in independent cinema including Andrea Arnold, Danny Boyle, Stephen Daldry, Wes Anderson, David Cronenberg, Tim Burton and many more.
It is one of the most accessible Studios in the UK. Located just 30 minutes from Soho and within easy reach of rural locations in the South, it is an ideal base for any production.
With 11 stages (totalling 79,000 sq. ft.), ancillary space and professional services, 3 Mills’ have the facilities to fit the bill and help create outstanding results.
3 Mills Studios – your place to create.
Soho HouseSoho House opened in 1995 as an exclusive private members’ club for those in the film, media and creative industries. Since then, we have expanded with an additional five Houses in the UK. This includes Babington House in Somerset, Electric House in Notting Hill, Little House in Mayfair, High Road House in Chiswick and Shoreditch House in East London. Soho House Berlin is our first European outpost, located in the Mitte district. In the US Soho House New York is in New York's meatpacking district, Soho Beach House on Miami Beach front and Soho House West Hollywood on Sunset Boulevard. Our newest club, Soho House Toronto, launched in September 2012.
VarietyVariety and Variety.com provide the industry with the most comprehensive coverage of motion pictures, television and the digital space. With respected and experienced news reporters in Los Angeles, New York and around the world, Variety marries its historic coverage of the entertainment business with a technologically advanced website and new weekly print edition, offering readers the in-depth news coverage needed to remain competitive in the ever-changing entertainment industry. The Variety Group – Variety, Variety.com, Variety Insight, LA 411, NY 411 – is owned by Variety Media, LLC, a division of Penske Media Corporation.
St Martins LaneFrom its dazzling location at the hub of Covent Garden, West End theatres and Trafalgar Square, St Martins Lane is a dramatic and daring reinvention of the urban resort. Smart, witty and sophisticated, Philippe Starck’s design is a brilliant collision of influences - from the modern to the baroque - that suffuses the hotel with energy, vitality and magic. Entered through improbably tall, luminescent yellow-glass revolving doors—the tallest in London—St Martins Lane’s lobby is a soaring and theatrical space that offers a provocative manipulation of dimension and proportion. Starck presents a visually stunning play on scale, with oversized columns and angled niches painted a deep fluorescent yellow, complemented by Portuguese limestone floors. From its acid-etched, double-height yellow glass facade to its unpredictable plays on vivid colour to the dramatic series of columns that appear as shining towers, St Martins Lane’s lobby is a triumph of colour and light.
Sanderson, in the heart of London’s West End, offers a retreat from the bustle of the city into a world of fantasy and well-being. The landmarked 1950s building has been transformed by Philippe Starck into a surreal Cocteau-like dream world, epitomising a new luxury that is smart, pared-down and tempered with a healthy dose of wit and irony. Just steps from Oxford Street shopping and the Soho district in London, Sanderson is a five star luxury boutique hotel ideally located for weekend breaks or business travel.
Intermission FilmTo cut a long story short Intermission create award-winning film trailers. Established with a desire to do things differently and not just chase the bright lights, explosions and Hollywood happy endings they work closely with producers, filmmakers and marketeers to create diverse and distinctive audio-visual film campaigns that sell and entertain with equal skill. Theirs is a form of cinematic utopia, where every film is perfect, if only for a couple of minutes.
Intermission and sister company AllCity have a shared passion for film. Combining their knowledge and experience, they work together to create work that's not just watched but blogged, tweeted, talked about and most of all remembered.
AllCityAllCity are responsible for some of the most iconic film advertising campaigns of recent times. Since launching in 2000 they have built a rich heritage of work, and a reputation for being an independently minded creative agency with a commercial eye for success. They were awarded Creative Agency of the Year (Print) for 2011 and 2012 by Screen International.
AllCity and sister company Intermission have a shared passion for film. Combining their knowledge and experience, they work together to create work that's not just watched but blogged, tweeted, talked about and most of all remembered.
RaindanceRaindance is unique. Founded in 1992, it has become Britain's leading independent film organisation, hosting training courses on all aspects of film production, and organising the Raindance Film Festival each October. By combining both training and exhibition directly, Raindance sets out to promote both independent films and filmmaking to a wider public. We are proud to be the founding sponsors of the British Independent Film Awards.
BBC FilmsBBC Films is at the forefront of independent filmmaking in the UK, developing and co-producing around eight films a year. Christine Langan is the Head of BBC Films. Recent releases include BAFTA, Golden Globe and Academy Award® nominated Saving Mr. Banks from director John Lee Hancock; Stephen Frears’ BAFTA winning and Golden Globe and Academy Award® nominated Philomena; BAFTA and Academy Award® nominated The Invisible Woman from director and actor Ralph Fiennes; no.1 hit comedy Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa from director Declan Lowney; Dustin Hoffman’s directorial debut Quartet; Rufus Norris’s BIFA award-winning directorial debut Broken; Pascal Chaumeil’s A Long Way Down; and Joanna Hogg’s Exhibition. Upcoming releases include: Ben Kellett’s Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie - based on the hit BBC TV series – which will be in cinemas 27th June; Matthew Warchus’ uplifting British comedy drama Pride will be released 12th September; Richard Bracewell’s Bill which will be released 20th February 2015; and Thomas Vinterberg’s Far From The Madding Crowd starring Carey Mulligan will be released in spring 2015. BBC Films has an impressive back catalogue, which includes titles such as Simon Curtis’s Academy Award® nominated My Week with Marilyn; Lynne Ramsay’s intense thriller We Need to Talk About Kevin; Lasse Hallström’s Golden Globe nominated romantic comedy Salmon Fishing in the Yemen; Cary Fukunaga’s gothic romance Jane Eyre; Nigel Cole’s compelling true-life drama Made in Dagenham; Lone Scherfig’s Academy Award® nominated and BAFTA award-winning An Education; Armando Iannucci’s Academy Award® and BAFTA award-nominated In the Loop; Jane Campion’s Academy Award® nominated Bright Star; and Andrea Arnold’s BAFTA award-winning Fish Tank.
SwarovskiSwarovski’s history on the silver screen goes back 80 years, and sparkles with unforgettable moments such as Dorothy tapping her crystal-encrusted ruby slippers in The Wizard of Oz, Marilyn Monroe wriggling in a series of breathtaking Swarovski-embellished gowns for Some Like it Hot and Audrey Hepburn accessorising her Little Black Dresses with chic jewellery pieces in Breakfast at Tiffany’s.Having worked hand in hand with countless costume, jewellery and set designers on some of Hollywood’s most iconic productions, it was a natural evolution for Swarovski to move into film production. Established in 2008, Swarovski Entertainment collaborates with industry partners and exceptional talent to develop, finance and produce original and artistically accomplished feature films with international box office appeal. Its films aim to express Swarovski’s philosophy and creative essence through moving images to enchant and inspire audiences around the world.