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  41st London Critics' Circle Film Awards [read more]
  Congratulations in order
  The improvised American road movie Nomadland won three top honours including Film of the Year, at the 41st London Critics' Circle Film Awards, which were held in a virtual ceremony on Sunday night. The film's lead Frances McDormand was named Actress of the Year, while writer-director ChloĆ© Zhao won Screenwriter of the Year. Acclaimed British dramatic horror Saint Maud also won three awards: British/Irish Film of the Year, British/Irish Actress of the Year for Morfydd Clark, and Breakthrough British/Irish Filmmaker for writer-director Rose Glass.

Double winners included Sarah Gavron's London coming-of-age drama Rocks, with lead actress Bukky Bakray named Young British/Irish Performer of the Year and Lucy Pardee given the Technical Achievement Award for casting. Steve McQueen was presented with Director of the Year for his five Small Axe films, while Shaun Parkes won Supporting Actor of the Year for the first drama in the collection, Mangrove. Riz Ahmed was named British/Irish Actor of the Year for his work in Sound of Metal and Mogul Mowgli. And the short that Ahmed wrote, produced and starred in, The Long Goodbye directed by Aniel Karia, was named British/Irish Short Film of the Year.

The late Chadwick Boseman won Actor of the Year for Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, and his award was accepted in a moving video message from costar Coleman Domingo. Maria Bakalova also appeared virtually to accept Supporting Actress of the Year for Borat Subsequent Moviefilm. In addition, Alexander Nanau's journalistic documentary Collective won Documentary of the Year, while Thomas Vinterberg's alcohol-infused black comedy Another Round was named Foreign-Language Film of the Year.

"As always, the critics have spread the love around among a range of films this year, particularly recognising female filmmakers and a diverse range of talent both behind and in front of the cameras," said Film Section Chair Rich Cline. "This year, our 160 members watched an unusually large number of films, both theatrical and streaming releases, and they've sifted out the best of the best for our awards. We look forward to holding a party in-person, and of course getting back into cinemas, as soon as it's safe to do so."
  Graeme Clark [8 Feb 2021 at 00:19]
     

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