The winners receiver their awardsand the best films are screend. Corona Extra beer gets the party started after the screening.
The awards are decided by jury members who are all professionals and experts in their fields. We are delighted by all the fantastic people who have agreed to be on the exposures juries this year; but don’t take our word for it, judge for yourselves:
- Mark Kermode, top British film critic who regularly writes for Sight & Sound and The Observer, and appears on Newsnight Review and The Culture Show.
- Deborah Moggach, best selling novelist (The Ex-Wives,Tulip Fever and These Foolish Things) and screenwriter; she has adapted many of her novels as TV dramas and has also written several film scripts, including the BAFTA-nominated screenplay for PRIDE & PREJUDICE starring Keira Knightley.
- Marc Evans, Welsh born film director with an impressive back catalogue of films including this year’s SNOWCAKE starring Sigourney Weaver and Alan Rickman, and also TRAUMA, MY LITTLE EYE, HOUSE OF AMERICA and RESURRECTION MAN.
BBC Best of The North West:
- Yousaf Ali Khan (Director ALMOST ADULT, TALKING WITH ANGELS)
- Danny Brocklehurst (screenwriter Sorted, Shameless, Clocking Off)
- Tamsin O’Brien (Head of Regional & Local Programmes, BBC North West)
- Angela Pell (screenwriter SNOW CAKE),
- Paul Andrew Williams (director LONDON TO BRIGHTON)
- Ken Marshall (producer LONDON TO BRIGHTON)
- Kim Longinotto (director SISTERS IN LAW, THE DAY I WILL NEVER FORGET),
- Lucy Walker (director BLINDSIGHT, DEVIL’S PLAYGROUND),
- Steve Perrin (Deputy Head of Distribution and Exhibition, UK Film Council).
- Andrew Kötting (Artist and Director this filthy earth),
- Christine Molloy (One half of desperate optimists, Who Killed Brown Owl, Now We are Grown Up)
- David Blandy (Artist The Barefoot Lone Pilgrim, Radio Nights)
- Peter Saunders (mackinnon & saunders)
- Ian Mackinnon (mackinnon & saunders)
- Jean Flynn (Cosgrove Hall Films)
Not forgetting the great exposures audience!