The Evening Standard British Film Award, longlist - 'Best Actor'

The longlist for the London Evening Standard British Film Awards has just been announced and Harris Dickinson has been nominated for 'Best Actor' for his role in the feature film 'Beach Rats'.

With one of the strongest longlists in years, judges include: Evening Standard film reviewers Charlotte O’Sullivan and David Sexton; Evening Standard columnist Ellen E Jones; Guy Lodge, chief UK film critic of Variety; Tim Robey, film reviewer for The Daily Telegraph; and Larushka Ivan-Zadeh, lead film reviewer of Metro. The panel is chaired by the Standard’s arts editor, William Moore.

The shortlist will be announced in the paper in January — and the winners revealed at a glittering ceremony at Claridge’s on February 8.


'The Girl From The Song' - Netflix

The feature 'The Girl From The Song' is now available to view on Netflix Worldwide, with TCGs Lewis Rainer, Charlie MacGechan and Siôn Tudor Owen playing the leads.  

The film follows a young musician travelling to Burning Man, a unique event in the middle of the Nevada desert, in an attempt to get back the impetuous girl he has fallen in love with.

Independent Spirit Awards - 'Best Male Lead'

We are delighted and beyond proud to announce that Harris Dickinson has been nominated for 'Best Male Lead' at the prestigious Independent Spirit Awards for his role in the feature 'Beach Rats'.

Their mission is to champion creative independence in visual storytelling and support a community of artists who embody diversity, innovation and uniqueness of vision.

The Film Independent Spirit Awards is the premier awards event for the independent film community. The Spirit Awards ceremony brings together top talent from Hollywood and throughout the independent film world. Awards are given for Best Feature, Best First Feature, Best Feature Made for Under $500,000 (the John Cassavetes Award) and many more.


The 'OFFIES' - 'Best Production For Young People'

Delighted that 'Laika' has been nominated for a 'Off West End' (OFFIE) Award for 'Best Production For Young People' featuring TCG's Anna Martine - Freeman. 

'The Offies are here to recognise and celebrate the excellence, innovation and ingenuity of independent theatres across London. They help raise the profile and status of independent theatres in London, by giving them greater power to promote their work individually and collectively and to reward the new talent that they nurture and that is essential to the future of our theatre industry'.


'Gotham Awards' - 'Breakthrough Actor' Nomination

Harris Dickinson has been nominated for 'Breakthrough Actor' at the 2017 'Gotham Independent Film Awards' for his stand out role in the movie 'Beach Rats'.

The IFP Gotham Awards, selected by distinguished juries and presented in New York City, the home of independent film, are the first honors of the film awards season. This public showcase honors the filmmaking community, expands the audience for independent films, and supports the work that IFP does behind the scenes throughout the year to bring such films to fruition.

IFP’s 27th annual Gotham Awards will also present tributes to Nicole Kidman, Dustin Hoffman, Sofia Coppola, Jason Blum, cinematographer Ed Lachman, and Al Gore.

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Screen International - 'Stars Of Tomorrow 2017' 

Extremely proud to announce that Harris Dickinson has been selected as one of Screen Internationals 'Stars Of Tomorrow' 2017


'Loving Vincent', Feature - Golden Globe Nomination.

'Loving Vincent'  featuring TCG's Joe Stuckey has just been nominated for for a Golden Globe for 'Best Animated Feature Film'. The stunning, fully painted animated feature, starring Douglas Booth and Oscar-nominated Saoirse Ronan and directed by Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welshman. 'Loving Vincent' explores the life and controversial death of Vincent Van Gogh, told by his paintings and by the characters that inhabit them. The intrigue unfolds through interviews with the characters closest to Vincent and through dramatic reconstructions of the events leading up to his death.

'Loving Vincent' stars Douglas Booth, Jerome Flynn, Chris O’Dowd, Oscar-nominee Saoirse Ronan, Aidan Turner, Helen McCrory, Eleanor Tomlinson and John Sessions. Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman co-directed the feature with Hugh Welchman also producing alongside Sean Bobbitt for the Oscar-winning BreakThru Films (Peter and the Wolf) and Ivan MacTaggart for Trademark Films (Shakespeare in Love). David Parfitt and Silver Reel’s Claudia Bluemhuber and Ian Hutchinson served as executive producers. The film’s musical score was composed and arranged by Grammy nominated Clint Mansell (Black Swan).

The Mousetrap - The St Martins Theatre, West End

Sherry Baines is currently performing as 'Mrs Boyle' in the hugely successful West End run of 'The Mousetrap'. 'The Mousetrap' is celebrating the 64th year of a record breaking run during which over 26,000 performances have been given. It is quite simply a great piece of theatrical history because of what it is, a whodunit written by the greatest crime writer of all time, Agatha Christie.

'Beach Rats' - Feature

The new full trailer and poster for 'Beach Rats' starring Harris Dickinson has had its debut exclusively on Vulture, check out the article here. Opening in cinemas 25th August.

Danny Boyle's 'Trust' - FX

Harris Dickinson is set to star as 'J. Paul Getty III', alongside Hilary Swank and Donald Sutherland in FX's 'Trust' a 10-episode limited series about the kidnapping of the Getty heir, directed by Danny Boyle.

Dickinson’s Getty III is Paul Getty’s idealistic yet rebellious teenage grandson, who increasingly feels the burden of his famous name. Sutherland plays J. Paul Getty, the great oil man and founder of the Getty family dynasty, and Swank plays J. Paul Getty III’s mother Gail Getty.

The first installment begins production in June in London and Rome ahead of its premiere on FX in January 2018.

'The Play That Goes Wrong' - West End

Leonard Cook plays 'Robert' in the Olivier award winning 'The Play that Goes Wrong' at the Duchess Theatre. Stumbling through their second catastrophic year, The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society are putting on a 1920s murder mystery, but as the title suggests, everything that can go wrong… does!  The accident-prone thespians battle against all odds to make it through to their final curtain call, with hilarious consequences!

★★★★★ ‘At one point I feared I was going to hyperventilate’ Daily Mail

★★★★ ‘Boy does it hit the funny bone… genuinely hilarious’ Daily Telegraph

★★★★‘Immaculately staged… roused even a staid matinee audience to hysterics’The Times