Ethel and Ernest nominated for the Cameo awards

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The nominees for the Cameo awards have been announced and Ethel and Ernest is in the Book to Film category.

The nominees in the Book to Film category are:

  • Ethel & Ernest – Book original by Raymond Briggs (Jonathan Cape). Adapted by Lupus Films
  • Lion – Book original by Saroo Brierley (As A Long Way Home, Penguin Books). Adapted by See-Saw Films.
  • Sense of an Ending – Book original by Julian Barnes (Vintage). Adapted by Origin Pictures.

Cameo Shortlist Social 2018 (3)

This is the second annual Creativity Across Media: Entertainment and Originality Awards (CAMEOs). Celebrating books at the heart of the creative industries, the awards recognise the best adaptations across TV, Film, Stage and Game, including the new category for Book to Audio.

http://www.londonbookandscreenweek.co.uk/shortlists-announced-for-2018-cameo-awards/

The awards ceremony will take place in the Electric Cinema, Portobello Road, Notting Hill, London on Monday 9 April.

Front page of Ethel and Ernest script with signatures.jpg

The front page of the script signed by Raymond Briggs and the lead players Brenda Blethyn, Jim Broadbent , and Luke Treadaway.

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ETHEL AND ERNEST WINS THE ART CINEMA AWARD AT CINÉ JUNIOR 2018

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The International Confederation of Art Cinemas is proud to announce that the ART CINEMA AWARD at the 28th Ciné Junior went to ETHEL AND ERNEST.

http://cicae.org/en/cicae-art-cinema-award/art-cinema-award-ethel-and-ernest-cine-junior-2018

Jury’s decision:

A touching movie that seduces by the fluidity of its narration, the charm and elegance of its animation, the balance found between lightness and seriousness and its capacity to mix personal history and History with capital H.
The movie also shows an infinite tenderness for its two characters, a modest and rather ordinary English couple whose life we follow, from their first encounter to their last breath, while crossing the 20th century and its lot of technological upheaval, murderous conflicts and lost illusions.