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Saturday, February 09, 2008

28th London Critics Circle Award Winners


Yesterday they had the awards ceremony and here are the winners.

Film of The Year: No Country for Old Men
Attenborough Award for British Film of The Year: Control
Director of The Year: Paul Thomas Anderson for There Will Be Blood
British Director of the Year: Paul Greengrass for The Bourne Ultimatum
Actor of The Year: Daniel Day Lewis for There Will Be Blood
Actress of The Year: Marion Cotillard for La Vie en Rose
British Actor of The Year: James McAvoy for Atonement
British Actress of The Year: Julie Christie in Away From Her
British Actor in a Supporting Role: Tom Wilkinson for Michael Clayton
British Actress in a Supporting Role: tie Kelly Macdonald for No Country for Old Men and Vanessa Redgrave for Atonement
Screenwriter of the Year: Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck for The Lives of Others
British Breakthrough – Acting: Sam Riley for Control
British Breaktrough – Filmmaking: Anton Corbijn for Control
Foreign Language Film of The Year: The Lives of Others

Dilys Powell Award for Outstanding Contribution to Cinema: Julie Walters

I really regret that my favorite Romanian movie is not here, but I do know that The Lives of Others is an outstanding movie totally deserving the award.

The good news is that tomorrow the BAFTA awards ceremony will be on BBC One at 9pm local time and seems that I wont be able to see the broadcast as I checked all over to find if there is a World broadcast, but seems there is not. Unfortunately is the same day as the Grammys, so most TV channels will do the Grammys and not the BAFTA’s.

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