Another big night for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri yesterday at the London Critics’ Circle Awards.
In the wonderful Mayfair Hotel, hash-tagged already from the press as #hoteloffilm; most of the best British and international film personalities met to honor another fantastic year in cinema industry.
Alongside British Hugh Grant, Josh O’Connor, Kate Winslet (who won the Dilys Powelll Excellence in Film presented by Jude Law) , Fionn Whitehead and Lesley Manville; also Italian director Luca Guadagnino with his cast members Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet and American writer/director Sean Baker.
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri closes the night as the only multiple-winner bringing home the awards as Film of The Year, Actress of the Year to Frances McDormand and Screenwriter of the Year to Martin McDonagh. The other winners are: Sean Baker as Director of the Year for The Florida Project; Timothée Chalamet as Actor of the Year for Call Me By Your Name, Lesley Manville as Supporting Actress of the Year for Phantom Thread, Hugh Grant as Supporting Actor of the Year for Paddington 2, Elle as Foreign Language Film of the Year, I’m Not Your Negro as Documentary of the Year, Dunkirk as British/Irish Film of the Year, Sally Hawkins as British/Irish Actress of the Year for The Shape of Water, Daniel Kaluuya as British/Irish Actor of the Year for Get Out and Francis Lee as Breakthrough British/Irish Filmmaker of the Year for God’s Own Country.
Now we are just few weeks away for the Oscars.
Photo by Kate Muir
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