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MIPCOM: International Emmy Nominees Span the Globe - Hollywood Reporter

Posted on 7th October 2013

Contenders reflect the rising production quality worldwide. Nominations for the 41st International Emmy Awards were unveiled Monday in Cannes -- and 19 countries are represented among the 36 contenders in nine categories. Winners will be announced at a gala Nov. 25 in New York City. Countries that will be vying for the kudos are Angola, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, Fr

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Four BAFTA nominations for Ashley Pearce ACCUSED

Posted on 9th April 2013

Ashley Pearce BBC1 drama 'Accused' is nominated for four BAFTAS at this years prestigious television awards. Ashley Pearce is nominated for Mini-Series alongside Jimmy McGovern, Sita Williams and Roxy Spencer. Sean Bean is nominated for Leading Actor and Stephen Graham for Supporting Actor. Jimmy McGovern and Shaun Duggan get the nod for Writer - Drama in the Television Craft awards.

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Sean Bean wins RTS Best Actor Award for ACCUSED - Anthony Barnes, The Independent

Posted on 20th March 2013

The actor, who has played numerous gritty roles and made his name in the Napoleonic drama Sharpe, wore a mini-skirt, make-up and a blonde wig for the gripping performance.

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16 Emmy nominations for DOWNTON ABBEY series 2 - Kirsty McCormack, Daily Mail

Posted on 9th August 2012

The nominations today make Downton Abbey the most Emmy-nominated British TV show in history, with 27 nominations over the past two years.

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Reviews

MAIGRET - The Sunday Express

Posted on 3rd April 2016

The pleasure in Maigret came from the look of the piece. Paris (played by Budapest) in 1955 looked utterly fantastic, with tremendously evocative cinematography, and the period fashions were lovingly re-created.

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MAIGRET - Christopher Stevens, The Daily Mail

Posted on 29th March 2016

Atkinson can be proud. He was a match for Michael Gambon, and few actors can boast that.

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MAIGRET - Gerard O'Donovan, The Telegraph

Posted on 28th March 2016

The settings (with the boulevards and backstreets of Budapest offering a plausible imitation of Fifties Paris) and costumes were sumptuous.

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MAIGRET - Rich Westwood, The Killing Times

Posted on 28th March 2016

It all looks fantastic – very expensive, very glossy, and very authentic – and Atkinson does a good job as Maigret; subdued, thoughtful, and caring. The starkness of Simenon’s vision – his was often a particularly cold universe – comes through nicely in the final scene with the killer.

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