The Screen Nation Film & TV Awards returns for it’s annual ceremony dedicated to celebrating outstanding achievements and diversity on the British screen. Hosted by one of the Britain’s best loved actor’s Wil Johnson (Waking the Dead) and BBC 1Xtra presenter Sarah Jane Crawford, this year’s prestigious event takes place on Sunday 11th November 2012 at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge.
Having built a reputation as Britain’s only international Awards ceremony recognising the achievements of culturally diverse talent working in film and television, the 8th annual event again celebrates British talent as well as stars from around the world with a star-studded award ceremony, live entertainment and after show party.
Past award recipients include Hollywood legends Morgan Freeman and Danny Glover as well as top tier UK talent, Sir Trevor McDonald OBE, Thandie Newton, Naomi Harris, Angela Griffin and Noel Clarke.
The Screen Nation Film & TV Awards is proud to announce that this year’s Honorary & Major Awards will be bestowed upon the following recipients:
Outstanding Contribution: Lou Gossett Jnr (The veteran star of An Officer and a Gentleman etc)
Edric Connor Inspiration: Joseph Marcell (Veteran actor who also played the role of Geoffery in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air)
Classic Film (International): The Harder They Come
Vanguard in Film Production: Paul Bucknor Jamaica’s leading film producer (The Full Monty)
Special Achievement: Femi Oguns owner of Identity, Britain’s only black drama school
The full list of categories and much sought after nominations will be revealed in early October and highlights of the ceremony will be screened in the UK and Europe late November on the Sky television platform.