Company Pictures is one of the UK's largest independent film and television drama production companies
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Established in 1998 by Charlie Pattinson and George Faber, television production highlights include
(winner of three Golden Globes, four Primetime EMMYs and an Ivor Novello Award), all eleven series' of
(Channel 4: BAFTA, RTS, Broadcast, British Comedy, IFTA, Indie, Remark, Mental Health Media and International EMMY awards winner), seven series' of
Wild at Heart
, seven series' of
(E4/Channel 4), seven
films (BBC 1),
written by the creators of The Wire (HBO; Gracie and three Creative EMMY awards),
The Devils Whore
(Channel 4: three RTS and two Broadcasting Press Guild Awards), an adaptation of Martina Cole's best selling novel
starring Tom Hardy and Brian Cox (Sky 1: Best Multi-channel Programme, Broadcast Awards 2009),
(BBC1: AMI Award for Best Television Drama, two IFTA Awards and a Crime Thriller Award),
The Shadow Line
starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Christopher Ecclestone and Rafe Spall (BBC1: Writers Guild and Crime Thriller Awards winner),
Samuel Robertson, Arsher Ali and John Dagleish
starring Gabriel Byrne, Charles Dance and Rupert Graves (Channel 4: nominated for Best TV Movie International EMMY Award),
starring Maxine Peake and John Simm (BBC1) and
The White Queen
starring Rebecca Ferguson and Max Irons (BBC1).
In the past Company Pictures has produced
by Jimmy McGovern,
A Young Person's Guide to Being a Rockstar
(RTS award Best Serial) for Channel 4 and Warner Bros,
(Channel 4: winner Best Series Press Guild),
Not Only But Always...
(Channel 4: BAFTA winner: Rhys Ifans Best Actor),
The Rotters' Club
Life and Death of Peter Sellers
(HBO: winner of two Golden Globe Awards for Best TV Movie and Best Actor for Geoffrey Rush and fifteen EMMYs).
Company has made five feature films with some of the UK's leading directing talent including films by Roger Michell, Stephen Hopkins, Penny Woolcock, Shane Meadows and Lynne Ramsey.
Company Pictures won Best Independent Production Company at the 2005 and 2008 Broadcast Awards and the European Producers of the Year Award at the 2004 Monte Carlo Awards.
Since October 2004 Company Pictures has been a part of the
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