HanWay Films

HanWay Films

HanWay Films is an independent British international sales, distribution and marketing company specializing in theatrical feature films.

HanWay Films was founded in 1998 by film producer Jeremy Thomas (Chairman), along with his colleagues Peter Watson (Deputy Chairman) and Stephan Mallmann (Chief Operating Officer), who continue to sit on the board. Created as an adjunct to Thomas' Recorded Picture Company, it entered a period of growth when Tim Haslam, previously of Intermedia and Majestic Films, joined the company as CEO in 2003. Matthew Baker was appointed Head of Acquisitions in 2004.

HanWay Films arranges financing, sales and distribution for all films from Recorded Picture Company, along with projects from third-party producers. Thomas named HanWay after Hanway Street in London's Soho, which houses both companies in a building with a Mondrian-style exterior. "HanWay is separate from me, but it has my spirit still," Thomas has said. "I try to make sure everyone working there loves films. That statement is romantic and naive -- I know it is."

HanWay’s current slate includes Lone Scherfig’s coming-of-age drama An Education, which won Carey Mulligan a BAFTA award for Best Actress, James Gunn’s pop-culture actionerSuper starring Rainn Wilson, Ellen Page and Liv Tyler, from producer Ted Hope; Nigel Cole’s Made in Dagenham starring Golden Globe nominee Sally Hawkins from producer Stephen Woolley; Andrea Arnold’s adaptation of the romantic classic Wuthering Heights, Nowhere Boy, a film by artist Sam Taylor-Wood based on John Lennon’s teenage years starring Aaron Johnson; Gurinder Chadha’s culinary black comedy It's a Wonderful Afterlife which premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival,Harry Brown starring Academy Award winner Michael Caine; Scott Hicks’ Australian-set drama The Boys Are Back starring Clive Owen; Irish comedy Perrier’s Bounty, starring Cillian Murphy and Academy Award winner Jim Broadbent; and Danis Tanovic’s Triage, with Colin Farrell in the lead. Theatrical documentary releases include Julien Temple’s Oil City Confidential, and Mugabe and the White African.

Recent releases include Jon Amiel's Creation starring Paul Bettany and Jennifer Connelly (produced by Thomas), which opened the 2009 Toronto Film Festival,Sunshine Cleaning starring Amy Adams and Emily Blunt; Gerald McMorrow’s Franklyn starring Eva Green, Ryan Phillippe and Sam Riley (produced by Thomas), and Michael Winterbottom’s Genova starring Colin Firth.

Films in post-production include Takashi Miike’s samurai epic Thirteen Assassins (co-produced by Thomas), and Christopher Smith’s period thriller Black Death starring Sean Bean. Upcoming productions include films by David Cronenberg, Terry Gilliam and Phillip Noyce.

The company has previously handled such titles as Woody Allen’s Match Point, starring Scarlett Johansson, Julian Jarrold’s Becoming Jane starring Anne Hathaway and James MacAvoy, and Sarah Polley’s multi-Academy Award nominated Away From Her starring Julie Christie.[10][11]

In its capacity as international sales agent, HanWay works closely with Ecosse Films.

HanWay Films represents collections from the British Film Institute,[12] Merchant Ivory,[13] Peter Weir, Wim Wenders, Phillip Noyce, Jean Doumanian, Alex Cox, Manoel De Oliveira and Recorded Picture Company, comprising some 500 feature films, documentaries and animations. This collection includes films from noted world cinema figures, including Woody Allen, Bernardo Bertolucci, David Cronenberg, Clint Eastwood, Milos Forman, Stephen Frears, Terry Gilliam, Alfred Hitchcock, James Ivory, Takeshi Kitano, Bob Rafelson, Terence Davies, David Mamet, Martin Scorsese, Milos Forman and Ridley Scott.

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Producer:

  • God Help the Girl
    2014, United Kingdom, UK release: 22 August 2014
  • You're Next
    2011, United States, UK release: 28 August 2013
  • Made in Dagenham
    2010, United Kingdom, UK release: 1 October 2010
  • Triage
    2009, UK release: unknown
  • Franklyn
    2008, France, United Kingdom, UK release: 22 June 2009

Colleagues of shooting:

Aramid Entertainment Fund UK Film Council Film4 Eva Green Sam Riley Ryan Phillippe Richard Coyle Jay Fuller Mark Wingett Bernard Hill Art Malik Susannah York Gerald McMorrow Gerald McMorrow Recorded Picture Company (RPC) Colin Farrell Kelly Reilly Christopher Lee Scott Anderson Paz Vega Danis Tanovic Danis Tanovic BBC Films UK Film Council Miranda Richardson Rosamund Pike Richard Schiff Bob Hoskins Sally Hawkins Rupert Graves Lipsync Productions Number 9 Films Jaime Winstone Nigel Cole Bill Ivory Audley Films BMS Finance Snoot Entertainment Sharni Vinson Wendy Glenn Joe Swanberg Adam Wingard Simon Barrett AJ Bowen Nicholas Tucci Emily Browning Hannah Murray British Film Company Olly Alexander Stuart Murdoch Stuart Murdoch Barry Mendel Productions

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Made in Dagenham
From the director of Calendar Girls comes the new comedy-drama with an all star British cast, Made in Dagenham. Paramount Pictures UK is delighted to announce the theatrical release on October 1st in both the UK and Ireland for the film that was formerly known under the working title of We Want Sex. The...
Genre: Drama Comedy History Actors: Miranda Richardson, Rosamund Pike Release date: 1 October 2010
Franklyn
Genre: Thriller Actors: Eva Green, Sam Riley Release date: 22 June 2009
You're Next
Genre: Thriller Horror Actors: Sharni Vinson, Wendy Glenn Release date: 28 August 2013

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