JFK: The Smoking Gun wins Best Overseas Documentary Feature

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Bedlam's Titanic's Final Mystery Receives Emmy Nomination

Bedlam's 'Titanic Final Mystery' has been nominated at the 34th News & Documentary Emmy Awards!

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Zaytoun Receives runner up at audience award

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Bedlam wins at European Film Awards.

The King's Speech wins at European Film Awards.

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Gareth joins Empire's Big Screen events

Keen readers of Empire magazine will have spotted Bedlam's Gareth Unwin among the gaggle of movie stars at the recent Big Screen event, organised by Empire at the O2 in London. Gareth was on a panel with producer and director Stephen Woolley, discussing the anatomy of making a Brit hit.

See the picture below for a clipping of Gareth sharing his Oscar success.


Gareth joins Academy

Gareth Unwin was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Friday, following his success with The King's Speech at the 83rd Academy Awards this year.

Gareth is one of 178 new members, along with the following King's Speech collaborators: Tariq Anwar, Ian Canning, Danny Cohen, Judy Farr, Nina Gold, Tom Hooper, John Midgley, Emile Sherman, David Seidler and Eve Stewart.


Oscar success for King's Speech

The dust has settled, the hangovers have lifted, and the amazing truth still stands - Bedlam's The King's Speech took four Academy Awards home on Sunday night, winning the big prizes with Best Actor (Colin Firth), Best Original Screenplay (David Seidler), Best Director (Tom Hooper), and Best Film (Gareth Unwin, Iain Canning and Emile Sherman).

It was a wonderful night for all, capping off a great run of awards, and we offer huge celebrations to all involved!


King's Speech picks up more awards

The King's Speech was tonight recognised as Best Foreign Film at the Independent Spirit Awards, the only category the film was eligible for due to it not being American made.

This adds to an impressive haul as we approach the end of the awards season, which has also recently seen Eve Stewart win the Art Directors Guild Award for Excellence in Production Design for Period Film, Jenny Beavan win the Costume Designers Guild Award for Excellence in Period Film, and Alexandre Desplat win Best Score for a Drama Film and Composer of the Year at the International Film Music Critics Association Awards.

Next up...the Oscars! The King's Speech leads the field with 12 nominations, so please have all 12 fingers crossed!


BAFTA success for The King's Speech

Another great night at the awards saw Bedlam's The King's Speech take home an amazing 7 BAFTA Awards - huge congratualtions to Gareth and everyone else involved.

Colin Firth became only the second actor in the history of the BAFTAs to win back-to-back awards for Best Actor, whilst Helena Bonham-Carter and Geoffrey Rush won for Best Supporting Actress and Actor respectively. Alexandre Desplat picked up the first award of the evening for his music in the Best Original Score category, and David Seidler was deservedly rewarded for his great script in the Best Original Screenplay category.

The film also secured the two big prizes, winning both Outstanding British Film and Best Film, capping off a fantastic evening for everyone.

Meanwhile, The King's Speech recently became the highest-grossing independent British film of all time...which is rather nice.


King's Speech at London Critics' Awards

Congratulations are again due to the brilliant Colin Firth who picked up another acting award this evening, at the London Film Critics' Circle Awards, where he won Actor of the Year. The King's Speech also won Best British Film of the Year, whilst director Tom Hooper took home British Director of the Year.

Also, Eve Stewart recently won the Art Directors Guild Award for Excellence in Production Design for a Period Film, so congratulations to her too.

Next up on Sunday...the BAFTAs, where The King's Speech is nominated for an incredible 14 awards!


DGA and SAG awards for King's Speech

The King's Speech continued its success in the awards season with three more prizes over the weekend. Congratulations to Tom Hooper for winning the Directors Guild of America award for Outstanding Director on Saturday, before Colin Firth continued his impressive winning streak with the Screen Actors Guild award for Best Actor on Sunday. The film also won the SAG's ensemble prize celebrating the entire cast's performance, which many see as the awards' equivalent to Best Film.


King's Speech leads Oscar nominations

A huge congratulations to everyone involved in The King's Speech, which has just been announced as the Oscar frontrunner with an incredible 12 Academy Awards nominations. The ceremony takes place on 27 February but until then all at Bedlam are riding high.

Click the link for a full list of The King's Speech's nominations.

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Top award for King's Speech

Huge congratulations to Bedlam's own Gareth Unwin, and Iain Canning and Emile Sherman of See Saw Films, after they landed the top prize at the Producers Guild of America Awards on Saturday night. The King's Speech won Best Theatrical Motion Picture, proving the Oscar race is still wide open, with nominations announced tomorrow.


Golden Globes honour Firth

Congratulations to Colin Firth, who won his first ever Golden Globe Best Actor award last night for his role as King George VI in The King's Speech. The film was also nominated in six other categories.

Next up are the BAFTA nominations, announced tomorrow, followed by the Academy Award nominations next week. Fingers crossed.


Firth gets Hollywood Star

Congratulations to Colin Firth, currently winning accolades for his performance in The King's Speech, who was awarded the 2,429th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame yesterday, joining some of the greatest actors from throughout the ages.

Meanwhile, Gareth has joined Colin and the rest of gang in Los Angeles in preparation for Sunday's Golden Globes Awards ceremony, with The King's Speech nominated in 7 categories. Good luck everybody!


King's Speech leads BAFTA Long List

It was announced today that The King's Speech has made the Long List for 15 awards at the 2011 BAFTAs. We look forward to the official nominations when they are released on 18 January.


PGA nomination for Gareth

Congratulations to our very own Gareth Unwin, who has been nominated for the Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures award by the Producers Guild of America, along with Iain Canning and Emile Sherman of See Saw Films. The PGA nod is the latest in a long line of prestigious nominations for The King's Speech, and the first of 2011!


SAG back TKS

The King's Speech has been nominated for 4 Screen Actors Guild awards, for Best Cast, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress. The winners will be announced on 30 January, 2011.


Firth is Star of the Year

Congratulations to Colin Firth, who won Variety Magazine's International Star of the Year Award at the 7th Dubai Film Festival, which was opened by The King's Speech. The award was presented by the lovely Carey Mulligan.


AFI honours TKS

The King's Speech has been honoured with a Special Award by the American Film Institute, which typically celebrates only American-made films.


STOP PRESS - King's Speech leads Golden Globes nominations

Nominations for the 2011 Golden Globes have just been announced and The King's Speech is out in front with seven nominations. We'll find out on 16 January whether or not the film has won Best Drama, Best Director (Tom Hooper), Best Screenplay (David Seidler), Best Actor (Colin Firth), Best Supporting Actor (Geoffrey Rush), Best Supporting Actress (Helena Bonham Carter), and Best Score (Alexandre Desplat). Congratulations to all!


Five more awards for TKS

The King's Speech has picked up five more end-of-year awards in the US. The Southeastern Film Critics Association awarded Colin Firth the Best Actor prize, Geoffrey Rush won for Best Supporting Actor, and David Seidler picked up the Best Original Screenplay award. Colin and David won again at the San Fransisco Film Critics Circle Awards.


More nominations for King's Speech

The Critics Choice Movie Awards nominations were announced today and The King's Speech has been put forward for a massive 11 awards, including four nods for Acting, as well as Direction, Original Screenplay, Cinematography, Costume Design, Art Direction, Score, and Best Film.


Colin Firth wins again - thrice!

Colin added another accolade to his collection after winning the Los Angeles Film Critics Association award for Best Actor, for his stammering performance as King George VI in The King's Speech. Geoffrey Rush was also runner-up in the Best Supporting Actor category, David Seidler was runner-up for Best Screenplay, and Eve Stewart was the runner-up for Best Production Design.

Then a little later in the day it was announced that Colin has been awarded Best Actor by the New York Film Critics Circle, and closer to home he also won Best Actor at the Richard Attenborough Film Awards, voted for by regional film critics in the UK.


Colin wins in Washington

Colin Firth was awarded the Best Actor prize by the Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association (WAFCA) today. The King's Speech had also been nominated for Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress and Best Original Screenplay.


STOP PRESS - King's Speech enjoys BIFA success

We are delighted to announce that The King's Speech scooped FIVE awards at the British Independent Film Awards last night, winning Best Film, Best Actor (Colin Firth), Best Supporting Actress (Helena Bonham Carter), Best Supporting Actor (Geoffrey Rush) and Best Screenplay (David Seidler). Congratulations to all involved!


King's Speech recognised amongst year's best

The National Board of Review of Motion Pictures - one of America's oldest and most celebrated critical bodies - has included The King's Speech in its Top Ten films of 2010. The NBR is often seen as an early indicator of those films that will be recognised by the Oscars...


King's Speech nominated for Spirit Award

It was today announced that The King's Speech has been nominated in the Best Foreign Film category at the 2011 Film Independent Spirit Awards, a key event in the lead up to the Oscars that celebrates films made outside Hollywood's major studios.


King's Speech leads BIFA nominations

We are delighted to announce that The King's Speech has been nominated for an amazing 8 awards at the 2010 British Independent Film Awards, recognising both the fantastic on-screen talent and the creative team behind the film. Nominations include Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Actor for Colin Firth.

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Bonham-Carter bags acting award for TKS

Helena Bonham-Carter was today the first member of the cast for The King's Speech to win herself an acting prize after she was presented with the Hollywood Supporting Actress Award at the Hollywood Film Festival for her portrayal of Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. Tom Hooper was also honoured with the Hollywood Directing Award.


Exam picks up an award

We are delighted to announce that Exam was the recipient of the Bronze Hitchcock award at the Dinard Festival of British Film, in France. As part of the prize, the film will now be shown in 40 cinemas across Brittany.


Another win for The King's Speech

Director Tom Hooper was on hand to collect The King's Speech's latest accolade, the Audience Award at the Hamptons Film Festival.


King's Speech wins again!

The lovely people of Aspen, Colorado have chosen The King's Speech as the recipient of the Audience Favourite Feature award at the 2010 Aspen FilmFest.


King's Speech tops BAFTA noms

Congratulations to everyone involved with The King's Speech, which has been nominated for an incredible 14 BAFTA awards including Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Actor, as well as every other category the film is eligible for. The awards ceremony will take place in Covent Garden on 13 February.