London Critics’ Circle Award Winners

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It’s an Amour love-in for the London Critics’ Circle. And the rest of the winners are rather lovely, too, even if the acting wins are for the most part on a par with what we’ve already seen during this year’s Oscar Race.

But London felt it was right to applaud Rust And Bone, The Imposter and Berberian Sound Studio which the Oscar nominations left out completely, with recognition also going to the wonderful Andrea Riseborough.

With a couple of other well-deserved wins for British talent, check out the full list of winners below:

Film Of The Year:
Amour

Foreign-Language Film Of The Year:
Rust And Bone

Documentary Of The Year:
The Imposter

British Film Of The Year:
Berberian Sound Studio

Actor Of The Year:
Joaquin Phoenix – The Master

Actress Of The Year:
Emmanuelle Riva – Amour

Supporting Actor Of The Year:
Philip Seymour Hoffman – The Master

Supporting Actress Of The Year:
Anne Hathaway – Les Miserables

British Actor Of The Year: 
Toby Jones – Berberian Sound Studio

British Actress Of The Year:
Andrea Riseborough – Shadow Dancer

Young British Performer Of The Year:
Tom Holland – The Impossible

Director Of The Year:
Ang Lee – Life Of Pi

Screenwriter Of The Year:
Michael Haneke – Amour

Breakthrough British Film-Maker:
Alice Lowe, Steve Oram (writers) – Sightseers

Technical Achievement Of The Year:
Bill Westenhofer (visual effects) – Life Of Pi

Dilys Powell Award For Excellence In Film:
Helena Bonham Carter

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