The awards season this year brought us quality films like Black Swan, 127 Hours and British drama, The King’s Speech. This created a huge stir and cleaned up at the awards winning 4 Oscars, 7 BAFTAS and 1 Golden Globe.
Next year the quality of film product just gets better allowing you to position your brand alongside the crème de la crème of upmarket film product reaching an upmarket 72%* ABC1 audience in Q1 2012.
* Source: CAA Film Monitor estimates based on 6 key awards films in Q1 2011
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – 26 December 2012
Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara bring Stieg Larsson’s best-selling novel to the big screen with the help of David Fincher. The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo is expected to generate 1.5M industry impacts upon it’s December release and targets an upmarket 25+ ABC1 market. This remake of the Swedish thriller, based on the award winning crime novel by Stieg Larsson already has huge awards buzz surrounding it and is set to be a worldwide success.
The Iron Lady – 6 January 2012
Targeting a predominantly older female ABC1 market, Oscar winner Meryl Streep stars as The Iron Lady in this biopic drama based on the life of British former Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher.
War Horse – 13 January 2012
Critically acclaimed Oscar winning director, Steven Spielberg is bringing the stage to the big screen, and there are high hopes for this adaption of the celebrated novel by Michael Morpurgo to be a big success.
J. Edgar - 20 January 2012
Four times Oscar winner Clint Eastwood (Gran Torino, Million Dollar Baby), brings us a star studded biopic drama on the scandalous life of FBI director J. Edgar Hoover.
A Dangerous Method - 10 February 2012
David Cronenberg brings us a dark and gripping psychological thriller based on a play by Christopher Hampton. The controversial adult theme has already set tongues wagging, and is set to be a big award contender in 2012.
In celebration of the upcoming film awards in Q1 2012, we are offering you the chance to WIN a glamorous film screening exclusively for you and your colleagues** at the Soho Hotel in London. There will be champagne, canapés and a red carpet.
To enter simply answer this question:
Upcoming film awards contender The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo is based on the novel by which author?
**Screening room seats a total of 45 people