The h.Club 100: the winners
We salute the innovators, visionaries and pioneers behind what’s now and what’s next.
London media gurus The Hospital Club and Time Out devised the h.Club 100: a search for the most original and influential people in the UK creative and media industries. Then we asked you to vote – and here are the results: the talent that is shaping the future.
Okay, there are actually not exactly 100 people on this list: Grayson Perry sneaked in twice and we’ve counted some multi-person projects as one entry. That's okay, though. It’s a reminder that this is a snapshot of where UK creativity, in all its messy brilliance, is at right now. It’s been an incredible year for the arts in the UK. In 2012 we fell for ‘Sherlock’ (again), cheered on ‘Matilda’ and cried at Danny Boyle’s Olympics curtain-raiser. From backroom boys to major stars, we salute the innovators, visionaries and pioneers behind what’s now and what’s next.
Is there someone we've missed? Browse the list below then tell us who you think should have made the Top 100 in the comments below.
Boyle’s spectacular, nation-affirming Olympics Opening Ceremony left us thinking: Actually, we’re all right, aren’t we? He’s putting the finishing touches to a London thriller about a botched art heist, ‘Trance’, starring James McAvoy.
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Broccoli is the woman behind the enduring success of the James Bond series – and its sensational return to form with ‘Skyfall’.
actor, writer and director
Considine’s brooding and fabulous feature-length directing debut, ‘Tyrannosaur’, won him a string of awards this year. More to come?
A great actor, his career has exploded over the past 12 months with roles in ‘X-Men: First Class’ and pseudo-‘Alien’ prequel ‘Prometheus’.
managing director and co-founder of Creativity Media
Streetwise London-based independent filmmaker.
Mesmerising in John Hillcoat’s ‘Lawless’. The next Tarzan?
head of Film 4.0, Film 4
Higgs only got the job this year and she’s already signed up to support Ken Loach’s forthcoming documentary ‘The Spirit of 1945’.
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artist and film director
In 2011, McQueen followed up ‘Hunger’ with ‘Shame’. He is a winner of the Camera d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, the Turner Prize and a Bafta. McQueen is quite clearly destined to achieve greatness in several fields.
Morgan has written two of the standout British films of the last 12 months: ‘Shame’ and ‘The Iron Lady’. She’s now working on the story of Charles Dickens’s mistress in ‘The Invisible Woman’.
creative director and founder of Future Cinema
He’s reinvented the way we watch movies with projects including Secret Cinema, Future Shorts, The Other Cinema and Secret Screening.
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