London Critics Awards 2015 Winners Revealed – 45 Years & Mad Max Win Big!

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  • AMG
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    The nominations have been unveiled for this year’s London Critics Circle Awards.

    Film of the Year
    45 Years
    Amy
    Carol
    Inside Out
    The Look of Silence
    Mad Max: Fury Road
    The Martian
    The Revenant
    Room
    Spotlight

    British Film of the Year
    45 Years
    Amy
    Brooklyn
    The Lobster
    London Road

    Foreign Language Film of the Year
    Eden
    Hard to Be a God
    The Look of Silence
    The Tale of Princess Kaguya
    The Tribe

    Documentary of the Year
    Amy
    Going Clear
    The Look of Silence
    Palio
    A Syrian Love Story

    Actress of the Year
    Cate Blanchett – Carol
    Brie Larson – Room
    Rooney Mara – Carol
    Charlotte Rampling – 45 Years
    Saoirse Ronan – Brooklyn

    Actor of the Year
    Tom Courtenay – 45 Years
    Paul Dano – Love & Mercy
    Leonardo DiCaprio – The Revenant
    Michael Fassbender – Steve Jobs
    Tom Hardy – Legend

    Supporting Actress of the Year
    Olivia Colman – The Lobster
    Kristen Stewart – Clouds of Sils Maria
    Tilda Swinton – Trainwreck
    Alicia Vikander – Ex Machina
    Kate Winslet – Steve Jobs

    Supporting Actor of the Year
    Benicio Del Toro – Sicario
    Tom Hardy – The Revenant
    Oscar Isaac – Ex Machina
    Michael Keaton – Spotlight
    Mark Rylance – Bridge of Spies

    Screenwriter of the Year
    Emma Donoghue – Room
    Nick Hornby – Brooklyn
    Phyllis Nagy – Carol
    Josh Singer and Tom McCarthy – Spotlight
    Aaron Sorkin – Steve Jobs

    Director of the Year
    Andrew Haigh – 45 Years
    Todd Haynes – Carol
    Alejandro G Inarritu – The Revenant
    George Miller – Mad Max: Fury Road
    Ridley Scott – The Martian

    Technical Achievement Award
    Carol – Cinematography
    Carol – Music
    Cinderella – Costumes
    Ex Machina – Visual Effects
    Macbeth – Sound Design
    Mad Max: Fury Road – Cinematography
    Mad Max: Fury Road – Production
    Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation – Stunts
    Sicario – Sound Design
    Steve Jobs – Editing

    British Short Film of the Year
    Directed by Tweedie
    Leidi
    Over
    Rate Me
    Stutterer

    British Actress of the Year
    Emily Blunt
    Carey Mulligan
    Charlotte Rampling
    Saoirse Ronan
    Kate Winslet

    British Actor of the Year
    Michael Caine
    Idris Elba
    Colin Farrell
    Michael Fassbender
    Tom Hardy

    Breakthrough British Filmmaker
    Tom Browne – Radiator
    Mark Burton & Richard Starzak – Shaun The Sheep Movie
    Emma Donoghue – Room
    Alex Garland – Ex Machina
    John Maclean – Slow West

    Young British Performer
    Asa Butterfield – X+Y
    Milo Parker – Mr Holmes, Robot Overlords
    Florence Pugh – The Falling
    Maisie Williams – The Falling
    Liam Walpole – The Goob

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    AMG
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    Kenneth Branagh will receive the Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Film

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    AMG
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    Carol leads the pack with 7 nods, 45 Years is right behind with 6.

    Notable mentions:
    Amy and The Look of Silence have 3 film nominations – both compete for Best Documentary, yet both also figured into Film of the Year. Amy is also in contention for British Film of the Year, while The Look of Silence is also in for Foreign Language Film of the Year.

    The Film of the Year is really rather diverse. Big blockbusters like The Martian, animated film Inside Out, documentaries Amy and The Look of Silence (Silence is also a foreign language film), small British indies 45 Years and American Oscar heavyweights, Spotlight and Carol.

    Zero love for The Danish Girl. Does that bode well for the BAFTAs?

    Ex Machina continues its impressive form at awards season with multiple nods, including for Isaac and Vikander.

    Tilda Swinton gets a rather surprising nod for her role in Trainwreck. Keaton is the sole acting nominee from Spotlight.

    Tom Hardy has 3 acting nominations – for Legend, The Revenant, and one as British Actor of the Year for his entire work across the year.

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    Cathy97
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    So happy for 45 Years and Charlotte Rampling. I am surprised that “Mustang” didnt get in for best foreign language film. I am also surprised that The Danish Girl and Freddie Redmayne didnt get in. 

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    I’m glad for EX MACHINA, after his triumph in the British Independent Film Awards with 4 wins over 5 nominations, the movie still gain recognition for the critics, 4 nominations at the London Film Critics with (Isaac and Vikander) for supporting role (Garland) for breakthrough filmaker and (whitehurst) for visual effect, BTW… whitehusrt is currently on the final shortlist for best visual effect at the oscar.
    I won’t be surprised if the BAFTA voters will give several nominations to this extraordinary movie !… 

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    AMG
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    Tonight (/today depending on where you are), the winners are revealed. I’ll update as the winners are revealed (/when I remember/when I can be bothered).

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    AMG
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    Best British/Irish Short Film WINNER: Stutterer

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    Supporting Actor of the Year WINNER: Mark Rylance – Bridge of Spies.

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    The Supporting Actress lineup is perfection. Go Kristen!

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    AMG
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    Supporting Actress of the Year WINNER: Kate Winslet – Steve Jobs.

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    The room joins Winslet in giving a standing ovation in memory of Alan Rickman.

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    Technical Achievement WINNER: Ed Lachman – Carol (Cinematography).

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    Screenwriter of the Year WINNER: Josh Singer & Tom McCarthy – Spotlight.

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    Documentary Feature of the Year WINNER: Amy.

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    So Kate is not attending the Critics Choice???????

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