'Broken' pulls off upset at British Independent Film Awards
"Broken" – a drama about a London girl who witnesses a violent crime – pulled off an upset for Best Picture at the British Independent Film Awards over horrorfest "Berberian Sound Studio," which won four consolation prizes: Best Director (Peter Strickland), Best Actor (Toby Jones), Technical Achievement and Production. Below, the list of winners. See more at the BIFA website.
Best British Independent Film: "Broken"
Best Director: Peter Strickland, "Berberian Sound Studio"
Best Actor: Toby Jones, "Berberian Sound Studio"
Best Actress: Andrea Riseborough, "Shadow Dancer"
Best Supporting Actor: Rory Kinnear, "Broken"
Best Supporting Actress: Olivia Colman, "Hyde Park on Hudson"
Best Screenplay: Alice Lowe, Steve Oram and Amy Jump, "Sightseers"
Best International Independent Film: "The Hunt"
Best Documentary: "The Imposter"
Best Debut Director: Bart Layton, "The Imposter"
Most Promising Newcomer: James Floyd, "My Brother the Devil"
Best Achievement in Production: "Berberian Sound Studio"
Best Technical Achievement: Joakim Sundstrom and Stevie Haywood (sound design), "Berberian Sound Studio"
Raindance Award: "Strings"
Variety Award: Jude Law
Richard Harris Award: Michael Gambon