Claimant London, Deadline’s annual awards-season kickoff, which is gearing up for its hybrid in-person/virtual version later this week, has finalized its lineup of panelists for this year’s performances, which will mark this year’s 19 Will focus on the most talked about films and their filmmakers. Actors and talents below for BAFTAs, AMPAS and Guild voters.
List of participants for the all-day event at the Ham Yards Hotel on Saturday, 9 October, which begins at 8am London time (a virtual version begins at 9:30am), including the actors and creators behind it Here’s the top movies of the year from nine participating studios and streamers.
44 confirmed participants will join raise the tender‘s George Clooney and Grant Heslov; respect‘s Jennifer Hudson; Duneof Denis Villeneuve and star Rebecca Ferguson; Palme d’Or Winner titanof Julia Ducornau; Encounter‘s Riz Ahmed; a heroK Ashghar Farhadi; coda writer-director Sean Heder; a night in soho‘s edgar wright; Belfast writer-directors Kenneth Branagh and Caitriona Balfe and Jamie Dornan stars; CyranoHaley Bennett; wigdirector Pablo Lahren, writer Steven Knight and costume designer Jacqueline Duran; passing director Rebecca Hall more stars ruth nega and Andre Holland; hand of god director paulo sorrentino and cast Filippo Scotti, Luisa Ranieri and Teresa Saponangelo; lost daughter stars Dakota Johnson and Jesse Buckley; as hard as they fall star Jonathan Majors and director James Samuel; dog powerKirsten Dunst; And sing 2writer-director Garth Jennings; among others.
The participating studios this year are Altitude, Amazon Studios, Apple Original Films, Focus Features, MGM, Neon, Netflix, Universal and Warner Bros./Legendary.
Returning as host and moderator is Deadline’s executive awards editor Joe Utichi, who moderates the site’s awards-season coverage. He will be joined by fellow moderators, including Deadline Co-Editor-in-Chief Mike Fleming Jr., AwardsLine Deputy Editor Antonia Blyth, Television Editor Peter White, Senior Reporter and Deputy Film Editor, International Tom Greater; International Features Editor Diana Lauderhoj, Awards columnist and film critic Pete Hammond (who will be involved virtually), Awardsline film editor Damon Wise and film critic Anna Smith.