It’s Awards Season and things are hotting up!  Join us at ODEON and watch the latest films from The Danish Girl to Joy – all vying for the most prestigious prizes in the social calendar.

Whether it’s drama, intrigue, laughter or tears you’re after, we’re here to help you along the way...even with the diva moments!

What’s more, why not get involved with our seasonal Awards Rewards from ticket discounts to competitions, have your say on who will win, and join us for the party of the season without those annoying paparazzi getting in the way... Everyone’s a winner!

So the question to ask yourself is... who said awards were just for the stars?!


BAFTA Winners announced

OSCAR Winners announced

Awards Rewards

Overview

Who said Awards were just for the stars?! This Season, we have a host of Awards Rewards for you to enjoy. Everyone’s a winner!

Win a year of cinema: Come and see one of our award contenders and you might end up coming back all year with this fantastic prize. Find out more, terms and conditions apply.

100 extra ODEON Premiere club points: How do you make the Awards Season even more spellbinding? With 100 extra ODEON Premiere Club points when you watch one of these great films, of course! That way everyone makes the A-list party! Find out more, terms and conditions apply.

Award Season Gift Tins: With so many fantastic films out this award season, why not grab hold of our Award ticket bundle and get 5 tickets for selected award titles for only £24.99! Find out more

Win a year of cinema

Win a year of cinema

Come and see one of our award contenders and you might end up coming back all year with this fantastic prize.

Book online to see:

  • Bridge of Spies,
  • Black Mass,
  • The Danish Girl,
  • Joy,
  • The Hateful Eight,
  • The Revenant,
  • Room,
  • The Big Short,
  • Trumbo,
  • Concussion,
  • Spotlight
  • Youth

for your chance to win.

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100 extra points!

100 extra points

How do you make the Awards Season even more spellbinding? With 100 points on ODEON Premiere Club card when you watch one of these great films, of course! That way everyone makes the A-list party! 

Films:

  • Bridge of Spies,
  • Black Mass,
  • The Danish Girl,
  • Joy,
  • The Hateful Eight,
  • The Revenant,
  • Room,
  • The Big Short,
  • Trumbo,
  • Concussion,
  • Spotlight
  • Youth

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Awards Season tickets

Award Season Tin

5 Films for just £24.99*! Perfect for all film lovers 

Enjoy five of the best films this awards season between 1st January - 17th March 2016.

The Awards Season Pack includes 5 vouchers for standard 2D screenings of the following films:

Bridge of Spies, Black Mass, The Danish Girl, Joy, The Hateful Eight, The Revenant, Room, The Big Short, Trumbo, Concussion, Spotlight, and Youth.

There is limited availability, so grab yours now!

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Explore the Films

 

 

12 OSCAR nominations

  • Best Picture
  • Best Actor
  • Best Supporting Actor
  • Best Director
  • Best Cinematography
  • Best Editing
  • Best Visual Effects
  • Best Production Design
  • Best Sound Editing
  • Best Sound Mixing
  • Best Makeup and Hair
  • Best Costume Design

8 BAFTA nominations

  • Best Film
  • Best Actor
  • Best Director
  • Best Cinematography
  • Best Editing
  • Best Make up and Hair
  • Best Original Music
  • Best Sound

The Revenant

The Career Definer - 15 January 2016

3 OSCAR WINS - Best Actor, Best Director, Best Cinematography

5 BAFTA WINS - Best Film, Best Actor, Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Sound 

  • What’s the story?

Frontiersman Hugh Glass (Leonardo DiCaprio) seeks revenge on the hunters who left him for dead in the American wilderness following a bear attack.

  • Why is it a contender?

Many feel DiCaprio is overdue an Oscar. Could 2016 be his year?

  • Performances to watch:

Leo is a shoo-in for Best Actor nominations galore, but Tom Hardy’s turn as trapper John Fitzgerald is also generating plenty of awards buzz.

  • Stars behind the camera:

Director Alejandro G. Iñárritu is hot property right now, having won the Best Director gong for Birdman at the 2015 Academy Awards.

  • Fun fact to impress your friends:

‘Revenant’ means ‘one who has returned, as if from the dead’.

See The Revenant as part of the Awards Rewards Gift Tin. 

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1 OSCAR nomination

  • Best Actor

1 BAFTA nomination

  • Best Actor

Trumbo

The Hollywood Exposé

Tagline: ‘Are you now or have you ever been…’

  • What’s the story?

Dalton Trumbo was a top screenwriter in the 1940s, but his political beliefs saw him blacklisted.

  • Why is it a contender?

Superb acting, shrewd direction and a strong script stuffed with wit.

  • Performances to watch

Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston is perfectly cast as Trumbo.

  • Stars behind the camera:

Set decorator Cindy Carr is a two-time Oscar nominee. Don’t be surprised if this is her year.

See the Trubo as part of the Awards Rewards Gift Tin. 

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4 OSCAR nominations

  • Best Picture
  • Best Actress
  • Best Director
  • Best Adapted Screenplay

2 BAFTA nominations

  • Best Actress
  • Best Adapted Screenplay

Room

The Tear Jerker

1 OSCAR WIN - Best Actress

1 BAFTA WIN - Best Actress

  • What’s the story?

After being trapped in a tiny shed his entire life, five-year-old Jack discovers the wonders of the outside world.

  • Why is it a contender?

It packs a heck of an emotional punch. Keep. Tissues. Handy.

  • Performances to watch:

Jacob Tremblay is an absolute revelation as Jack and Brie Larson's performance has been generating awards buzz since the film was first shown at Telluride Film Festival.

  • Stars behind the camera:

Room writer Emma Donoghue also wrote the 2010 novel.

See Room as part of the Awards Rewards Gift Tin. 

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6 OSCAR nominations

  • Best Picture
  • Best Supporting Actor
  • Best Supporting Actress
  • Best Director
  • Best Original Screenplay
  • Best Editing

3 BAFTA nominations

  • Best Film
  • Best Supporting Actor
  • Best Original Screenplay

Spotlight

The Headline Act

Tagline: ‘The true story behind the scandal that shook the world.’

2 OSCAR WINS - Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay 

1 BAFTA WIN - Best Original Screenplay

  • What’s the story?

The Boston Globe newspaper discovers evidence of child abuse within the local Catholic Church and fights tooth and nail to bring the perpetrators to justice.

  • Why is it a contender?

This harrowing film confirms the importance of free speech, while never feeling exploitative of the victims.

  • Performances to watch:

Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams and John Slattery are all fantastic.

  • Stars behind the camera:

Howard Shore, who scored Spotlight, is a two-time Oscar winner and six-time BAFTA nominee.

  • Fun fact to impress your friends:

The title refers to The Boston Globe’s ‘Spotlight’ unit – a team of investigative journalists who uncovered the scandal.

See Spotlight as part of the Awards Rewards Gift Tin. 

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BAFTA WINNER

  • Best Original Music

3 OSCAR nominations

  • Best Actress
  • Best Cinematography
  • Best Score

3 BAFTA nominations

  • Best Supporting Actress
  • Best Original Screenplay
  • Best Original Music

 

The Hateful Eight

The Wild Card

1 OSCAR WIN - Best Original Score

1 BAFTA WIN - Best Original Score

  • What’s the story?

In post-Civil War Wyoming, eight strangers seek shelter from a deadly blizzard at a stagecoach passover. Who – if any – will make it out alive?

  • Why is it a contender?

Auteur-extraordinaire Quentin Tarantino writes and directs.

  • Performances to watch

Take your pick from Channing Tatum, Kurt Russell, Samuel L. Jackson, Jennifer Jason Lee, Michael Madsen and Walton Goggins.

  • Performances to watch:

Take your pick from Channing Tatum, Kurt Russell, Samuel L. Jackson, Jennifer Jason Lee, Michael Madsen and Walton Goggins.

  • Stars behind the camera:

Tarantino! Tarantino! Tarantino! Tarantino!

  • Fun fact to impress your friends:

Quentin Tarantino initially said he wouldn’t make the film, after an early draft of the script was leaked onto the internet, before eventually relenting.

See The Hateful Eight as part of the Awards Rewards Gift Tin. 

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4 OSCAR nominations

  • Best Actor
  • Best Supporting Actress
  • Best Production Design
  • Best Costume Design

5 BAFTA nominations 

  • Outstanding British Film
  • Best Actor
  • Best Actress
  • Best Costume Design
  • Best Make up and Hair

The Danish Girl

The Period Epic

Tagline: ‘Find the courage to be yourself.’

1 OSCAR WIN - Best Supporting Actress

  • What’s the story?

With the support of his devoted wife, Gerda, transgender Danish artist Einar Wegener undergoes one of the world’s first male-to-female sex reassignment operations.

  • Why is it a contender?

It’s lovingly and lavishly filmed, with an exceptional turn from Eddie Redmayne as Einar/Lili.

  • Performances to watch:

Alicia Vikander has a less showy part than Redmayne, but her Gerda is nonetheless entirely captivating, exuding warmth, compassion and mischief in every scene she’s in. Also look out for Ben Whishaw as Henrik.

  • Stars behind the camera:

Director Tom Hooper’s The King’s Speech won Best Picture at the 2011 Academy Awards. He’s an outside bet this time, but stranger things have happened in Hollywood...

  • Fun fact to impress your friends:

Eddie Redmayne could become only the third man to win back-to-back Academy Awards.

See the Danish Girl as part of the Awards Rewards Gift Tin. 

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1 OSCAR nomination

  • Best Actress

2 Golden Globe nominations

  • Best performance by an actress in a motion picture – musical or comedy
  • Best motion picture – comedy or musical

Joy

The Life Enhancer

  • What’s the story?

Mom of three Joy Mangano invents the Miracle Mop and turns her life around overnight.

  • Why is it a contender?

It’s a biography directed by a multi-award winner, starring multi-award winners.

  • Performances to watch:

Jennifer Lawrence dazzles as Joy.

  • Stars behind the camera:

Director David O’ Russell won a Best Original Screenplay BAFTA for America Hustle and a Best Adapted Screenplay BAFTA for Silver Linings Playbook.

  • Stars behind the camera:

Director David O’Russell won a Best Original Screenplay BAFTA for America Hustle and a Best Adapted Screenplay BAFTA for Silver Linings Playbook.

See Joy as part of the Awards Rewards Gift Tin. 

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6 OSCAR nominations

  • Best Picture
  • Best Supporting Actor
  • Best Original Screenplay
  • Best Production Design
  • Best Sound Mixing
  • Best Score

9 BAFTA nominations

  • Best Film
  • Best Director
  • Best Supporting Actor
  • Best Original Screenplay
  • Best Cinematography
  • Best Editing
  • Best Original Music
  • Best Production Design
  • Best Sound

Bridge of Spies

The Nerve Jangler

Tagline: ‘In the shadow of war, one man showed the world what we stand for.’

1 OSCAR WIN - Best Supporting Actor

1 BAFTA WIN - Best Supporting Actor

  • What’s the story?

At the height of the Cold War, a Brooklyn lawyer is given the near-impossible task of negotiating the release of an American pilot who’s been captured by the Soviets.

  • Why is it a contender?

It’s a true story directed by three-time Oscar winner Steven Spielberg and starring two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks. Need we say more…

  • Performances to watch:

Hanks is typically superb as US lawyer James B. Donovan, but watch out too for Mark Rylance as Soviet Intelligence Officer, Rudolf Abel.

  • Stars behind the camera:

The multi-award winning Coen Brothers co-wrote the script, alongside British playwright and screenwriter Matt Charman (Suite Française, TV’s Our Zoo).

  • Fun fact to impress your friends:

This is the first Spielberg film not to be scored by John Williams since 1985’s The Color Purple.

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5 OSCAR nominations

  • Best Picture
  • Best Director
  • Best Supporting Actor
  • Best Adapted Screenplay
  • Best Editing

5 BAFTA nominations

  • Best Film
  • Best Director
  • Best Supporting Actor
  • Best Adapted Screenplay
  • Best Editing

The Big Short

The Money Maker

Tagline: ‘This is a true story.’

1 OSCAR WIN - Best Adapted Screenplay

1 BAFTA WIN - Best Adapted Screenplay

  • What’s the story?

It’s 2005, and the housing market is booming. But four outsiders see what no one else can: the whole thing is a time bomb. ‘The Big Short’ is their story.

  • Why is it a contender?

Making the financial crisis we all lived through funny, clever and easy to understand without ever dumbing it down. And just look at that cast.

  • Performances to watch:

Take your pick. Christian Bale is especially good as a barefooted, heavy metal loving financial genuis.

  • Stars behind the camera:

He may be scoring critical acclaim for 'The Big Short', but director Adam McKay also knows how to give audiences what they want with the much-quoted 'Anchorman' and 'Step Brothers' as his calling cards.

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