|Founded||London, United Kingdom (2002)|
|Co-Founder James Richardson
Co-Founder Allan Niblo
Co-Founder Nick Love
Managing Director Rupert Preston
Vertigo Films is a British film production and film distribution company based in London, England. Vertigo Films has been responsible for the production and distribution of Bronson, StreetDance 3D and Monsters.
Vertigo Films was created in 2002 by producers Allan Niblo (producer of Human Traffic and South West 9), James Richardson (producer of Kiss Kiss (Bang Bang)), director Nick Love (screenwriter and, prior to company formation, director of Goodbye Charlie Bright and The Football Factory), distributor Rupert Preston (distributor of Chopper, Chasing Amy and Bride of Chucky, among others), and entrepreneur Rob Morgan. The company was formed for the express purpose of distributing and producing two films, The Football Factory and It's All Gone Pete Tong; its current stated goal is to produce and distribute four films per year. Vertigo Films's film releases were distributed on home video by Entertainment One.
Also in post-production is an English language remake of Nicolas Winding Refn’s film Pusher. Directed by Luis Prieto, lead cast include international super model and actress Agyness Deyn; Brit Richard Coyle; Bronson Webb, Neil Maskell and Paul Kaye
Vertigo Films released the English-language version of Mexico's 3D flash animated film, Top Cat: The Movie on June 1, 2012, which is based on a popular Hanna-Barbera cartoon series, Top Cat, which is also very popular in Latin America and the United Kingdom.
- Best Canadian Feature — Toronto International Film Festival — 2004
- Best Feature — US Comedy Arts Festival — 2005
- Best Actor (Paul Kaye) — US Comedy Arts Festival — 2005
- Grand Jury Award — Gen Art Film Festival — 2005
- Audience Award — Gen Art Film Festival — 2005
- Best British Columbian Film — Vancouver Film Critics Circle — 2005
- Best Male Performer' (Mike Wilmot) — Canadian Comedy Awards — 2005
- Best Overall Sound — Leo Awards — 2005
- Best Sound Editing — Leo Awards — 2005
- Best Feature-Length Drama — Leo Awards — 2005
- Best Achievement in Production — British Independent Film Awards — 2006
- Golden Hitchcock (Paul Andrew Williams) — Dinard Festival of British Cinema — 2006
- New Director's Award (Paul Andrew Williams) — Edinburgh International Film Festival — 2006
- Most Promising Newcomer (Paul Andrew Williams) — Evening Standard British Film Awards — 2007
- Best Feature Film — Foyle Film Festival — 2006
- Jury Prize (UK Feature) — Raindance Film Festival — 2006
- New American Cinema Award — Seattle International Film Festival — 2007
- Best Actor Tom Hardy — British Independent Film Awards — 2009
- Best Film — Sydney Film Festival — 2009
- Best International Film — Saturn Award —2011
- Best First Film — Austin Film Critics Association — 2010
- Best Achievement in Production — British Independent Film Awards — 2010
- Best Director — British Independent Film Awards — 2010
- Best Technical Achievement Gareth Edwards For visual effects — British Independent Film Awards — 2010
- Best Technical/Artistic Achievement Gareth Edwards For the Cinematography, Production Design and Visual Effects — Evening Standard British Film Awards — 2010
- Breakthrough British Filmmaker for Gareth Edwards — London Film Critics' Circle — 2011
- Top Independent Films — National Board of Review of Motion Pictures — 2010
- Vertigo Films: "Everyone adds a glitz factor to making a movie" Accessed June 26, 2007.
- Gaiman, Neil (16 October 2014). "'It’s not a DC Comics film. It’s a Vertigo film. That’s a different slate of films, and a different announcement.'". Tumblr.com. Retrieved 16 October 2014.
- "Top Cat: The Movie to hit UK cinemas in 3D, Vertigo films confirms | Metro News". Metro. 24 January 2012. Retrieved 2 December 2013.
- Sunday, 2 June 2013 News and blog: A Haunted House poster and news