Leading independent TV, film, theatre, and digital production and distribution company All3Media won four Golden Globes at last night’s ceremony. Neal Street Productions’ 1917 won two Golden Globe awards for Best Motion Picture, Drama, and Sam Mendes won Best Director, Motion Picture.

 

Two Brothers Pictures’ Fleabag won awards for Best Television Series, Musical or Comedy, and Phoebe Waller-Bridge won Best Actress in a Television Series, Musical or Comedy. The Golden Globe awards follow the show’s six 2019 Emmy Awards and recent Special Award from the American Film Institute.

 

All3Media received a record seven Golden Globes nominations in all this year, with Helen Mirren nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television as Catherine the Great, produced by New Pictures and Origin Pictures; Andrew Scott nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for Fleabag; and Thomas Newman nominated for Best Original Score, Motion Picture for 1917.

 

Jane Turton, CEO of All3Media said: “I am absolutely delighted that Neal Street and Two Brothers each won two awards last night at the Golden Globes. I am proud to work with the creative talent behind a film as superb as 1917, and a television series as ground-breaking and brilliant as Fleabag. Congratulations to Sam and Pippa at Neal Street and Phoebe and Jack and Harry at Two Brothers and all of the teams who work with them. It was a fabulous night and hugely well-deserved recognition. As well as Fleabag and 1917, Helen Mirren’s recognition for Catherine The Great, produced by New Pictures, completed a record seven nominations for All3Media companies at this year’s ceremony.”

 

All3Media’s growing international network of more than 40 award-winning independent production, distribution and digital media companies produces content for broadcasters and digital platforms globally. Recent productions span scripted, factual, entertainment, children’s, sports and digital content and include Fleabag, 1917, Call The Midwife, The Circle, Don’t F**k With Cats, Race Across the World, Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back, Flirty Dancing, Gold Rush, Drowning in Plastic, Free Rein and Three Identical Strangers. All3Media is owned jointly between Discovery Communications and Liberty Global.