HEIDI SETS AN ALL-TIME RECORD FOR A GERMAN-LANGUAGE FILM
Following an excellent box office when it opened in Germany on 10 December, 2015, HEIDI, directed by Alain Gsponer and starring Bruno Ganz and Anuk Steffen, also got off to a great start in France.
By the end of its first week in theaters, HEIDI had set an all-time box-office record for a German-language film when released in France, with 262,095 tickets sold over a total of 353 copies...
CESAR 2016: 19 NOMINATIONS FOR STUDIOCANAL
On January 27, Academy president Alain Terzian unveiled the nominees for 2016.
STUDIOCANAL boasts 9 nominations through its co-productions:
MON ROI by Maïwenn, is nominated in 8 categories (distributed by STUDIOCANAL in France and Germany)
Best Director: Maïwenn
Best Actress: Emmanuelle Bercot
Best Actor: Vincent Cassel
Best Supporting Actor: Louis Garrel
OSCARS 2016: 18 NOMINATIONS FOR STUDIOCANAL
Oscar nominees for the 88th annual awards were announced by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
STUDIOCANAL boasts 18 nominations across the following titles:
SHAUN THE SHEEP THE MOVIE by Mark Burton et Richard Starzak, fully financed by STUDIOCANAL which has worldwide rights and distributes in its territories.
Best Animated Feature Film
A WAR by Tobias Lindholm, coproduced...
GOLDEN GLOBES 2016 : BRIE LARSON AWARDED IN ROOM
The 73rd Golden Globe Awards were announced on Sunday, January 10 in Los Angeles: Brie Larson wins Best Actress in a motion picture - drama for her performance in ROOM, distributed by STUDIOCANAL in the UK.
ROOM, directed by Lenny Abrahamson and written by Emma Donoghue, based on her novel of the same name, is a film about a mother and her young son (Jacob Tremblay) living in captivity and...
BAFTA 2016: 13 NOMINATIONS FOR STUDIOCANAL
The nominations for the EE British Academy Film Awards in 2016 have been announced.
STUDIOCANAL is the lead independent Distributor, boasting 13 BAFTA nominations. CAROL leads with 9 nominations.
Please find STUDIOCANAL nominations below:
CAROL - distributed by STUDIOCANAL in the UK
Best Film - Elizabeth Karlsen, Stephen Woolley, Christine Vachon
Director - Todd Haynes