'45 Years' Shortlisted for Cameo Award

45 Years, adapted from 'In Another Country', the short story by David Constantine, has been shortlisted for a CAMEO Award in the Book to Film category. It goes up against 'Me Before You' (JoJo Moyes) and 'The Martian' (Andy Weir).

The film, described by Ed Cripps (The Huffington Post) as "A modern classic of British cinema" was released in August 2015. It was written and directed by Andrew Haigh and features Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay. The film has already won two silver bear awards at the Berlin Film Festival, the Michael Powell Best British Film at Edinburgh, and the WFTV award for Best Performance (for Rampling). Full details of 45 Years including all the awards it has been nominated for can be found on our website.

The CAMEOs (Creativity Across Media: Entertainment & Originality Awards) are a collaboration between London Book & Screen Week and the Publishers Association, and aim to recognise the important role that books play as inspiration for adaptations into film, TV, plays and games.

The winners will be announced on Monday 13th March 2017
, with the ceremony coinciding with the launch of London Book & Screen Week (13th-19th March 2017). The judges involved in this year’s awards include: Julian Friedman, Arifa Akbar, Katrien Roos, John Lomas-Bullivant, Alice Ryan, Douglas Schatz, Charlotte Longstaff, Alison Norrington, Liz Rosenthal & Sharna Jackson.

In Another Country: Selected Stories is available to buy from our website and other major retailers.