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  London Critics' Circle Film Awards 2021 [read more]
  Awards all round
  The UK's leading film critics today announced the nominations for the 41st annual London Critics' Circle Film Awards. Rose Glass' dramatic horror Saint Maud was out front with 8 nominations, including Film, Director, Screenwriter, Actress (Morfydd Clark) and Supporting Actress (Jennifer Ehle). In addition, the film is nominated for British/Irish Film of the Year, and Clark is nominated for British/Irish Actress, a body-of-work award that includes her appearance in Eternal Beauty.

Other leading contenders include Sarah Gavron's London coming-of-age story Rocks with 6 nominations, Chloé Zhao's improvised American road movie Nomadland with 5, and Emerald Fennell's provocative blackly comical thriller Promising Young Woman with 4. Also earning 4 nominations were David Fincher's Hollywood biopic Mank and Steve McQueen's house-party drama Lovers Rock. McQueen is up for Director of the Year for his five Small Axe films.

Rounding out the 10 nominees for Film of the Year are Roy Andersson's reflective comedy About Endlessness, Alexander Nanau's journalism documentary Collective, Charlie Kaufman's existential black comedy I'm Thinking of Ending Things, Kevin Macdonald's arresting Guantanamo drama The Mauritanian and Lee Isaac Chung's Korean-American immigrant saga Minari.

The late Chadwick Boseman received nominations both for his lead role in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom and his supporting role in Da 5 Bloods. Other multiple acting nominees include Morfydd Clark, Anthony Hopkins, Carey Mulligan, Riz Ahmed, Vanessa Kirby, Sacha Baron Cohen and Rocks' newcomer Bukky Bakray.

The nominations were announced online today by actors Darci Shaw, who played the young Judy Garland alongside Renée Zellweger in Judy, and Henry Lloyd-Hughes, who appeared opposite Keira Knightley in Joe Wright's Anna Karenina. The two are starring together in Netflix's upcoming supernatural Sherlock Holmes series The Irregulars, in which Lloyd-Hughes plays the iconic detective.
  Graeme Clark [12 Jan 2021 at 23:21]
     

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