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Duncan Jones & Nathan Parker win Best First Feature-Length Screenplay At Writers Guild Awards

Writers Guild Of Great BritainCongratulations to Duncan Jones & Nathan Parker who this evening won the Writers Guild Of Great Britain award for Best First Feature-Length Screenplay for MOON.

The awards were announced in London earlier this evening, and also on the twitter

The Guild awards, dating from 1961, are cherished accolades as they are the only ones in which writers are honoured by their peers. Recipients of special or lifetime awards over the years have included Lord (Ted) Willis, John Osborne, Sir Alan Ayckbourn, Dennis Potter and Alan Plater.

Many congratulations to Duncan & Nathan, well deserved recognition. Raising a glass in your honour, chaps 🙂

MOON Up For More Awards As Source Code Gets Closer To Completion

MOON Up For More Awards

Nathan Parker, Sam Rockwell, Duncan Jones - Sundance 2009
Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images North America

Duncan Jones & Nathan Parker have been nominated in the Writers Guild Of Great Britain 2010 Awards,  in the category of Best First Feature-Length Screenplay.

The awards are set to be announced at a reception on Sunday, November 21st, and we’ll be sure to let you know if there is another win for MOON. Full list of nominations are:

  • The Hide – Tim Whitnall
  • Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll – Paul Viragh
  • Moon – Duncan Jones, Nathan Parker

Best of luck chaps! 🙂

Source Code Gets Closer To Completion

We also have a wee Source Code update for you this evening as Duncan tweeted earlier, typing from his safe British seat in LA

Duncan Jones British Seat

Getting close to finishing Source Code now… Hopefully we are doing the last chunk of ADR with Jake today. Effects keep rolling in.

Soon, all that will remain is the recording of the Source Code score, which, as you may recall, will see Duncan re-united with the writer of the incredible MOON soundtrack, Clint Mansell.

March 2011 release is getting closer 🙂

MOON in Ten Categories for BAFTA Awards 2010 1st Round

The longlist for the Orange British Academy Film Awards in 2010 has been announced this morning, and MOON features in 10 categories!! Full list can be view on the BAFTA site HERE

The Long List

Over 6000 members of the Academy vote in three rounds to decide the winners of the Orange British Academy Film Awards. The Long List is the result of Round One voting by members of the Academy. With 220 films entered this year, the first round of voting reduces the films down to fifteen in each category. Round Two voting will reduce these fifteen contenders down to the five nominations in each category.

The full list of nominations will be announced on Thursday 21 January at BAFTA Headquarters.

MOON has been nominated for:

  • Best Film
  • Director
  • Original Screenplay
  • Special Visual Effects
  • Sound
  • Editing
  • Production Design
  • Cinematography
  • Music
  • Leading ActorSam Rockwell (Sam Bell)

No nomination for Supporting Actor for Sam Rockwell though, what does a man have to do??

So there we go, a 2 week wait until we discover whether MOON makes it into the final nominations, fantastic showing for a debut Director so far though 🙂

‘Moon’ scoops 7 BIFA nominations

The nominations and jury members for the twelfth annual British Independent Film Awards (BIFAs) were announced today, Monday 26 October, at Soho House in London.

‘Moon’ has received a massive SEVEN nominations, as follows:

  • BEST DIRECTOR (Duncan Jones)
  • BEST SCREENPLAY (Nathan Parker)
  • BEST ACTOR (Sam Rockwell)
  • BEST TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENT ( x2 Original Score – Clint Mansell & Production Design – Tony Noble)

Congratulations to all, the much anticipated 12th awards ceremony will take place on Sunday 6 December at The Brewery, Chiswell Street, in London and will be hosted by James Nesbitt. Further details on the BIFA site >>HERE<<

Sitges 2009 ‘Moon’ Gallery – Duncan Jones & Sam Rockwell

Here is a nice little gallery of pics of ‘Moon’ Director Duncan Jones & Best Actor winner Sam Rockwell from the Sitges Film Festival in Spain this month where ‘Moon’ won FOUR awards:

  • Best Film
  • Best Actor (Sam Rockwell)
  • Best Script (Nathan Parker, based on original story by Duncan Jones)
  • Best Production Design (Tony Noble)