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Warp Films Tyrannosaur Receive Nominations for the London Critic's Circle Film Awards

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Tyrannosaur, Kill List & Submarine:
Receive Nominations for the London Critic's Circle Film Awards

 

Between them Tyrannosaur, Kill List & Submarine have received 8 nominations. The award winners will be announced on 19 January 2012 at the BFI Southbank, where the 32nd annual edition of the London Critics' Circle Film Awards will take place.

The nominations for Warp Films & Warp X are: 

Tyrannosaur

  • The Virgin Atlantic Award for Breakthrough British Film-Maker - Paddy Considine 
  • British Actor of the Year - Peter Mullan 
  • The Moët & Chandon Award for British Actress of the Year - Olivia Colman  

 

Kill List

  • The Attenborough Award: British Film of the Year 
  • Supporting Actor of the Year - Michael Smiley

Submarine

  • The Virgin Atlantic Award for Breakthrough British Film-Maker - Richard Ayoade
  • Young British Performer of the Year - Yasmin Paige
  • Young British Performer of the Year - Craig Roberts
 

The London Critics' Circle was established in 1913 and is the oldest organisation of its kind in the world, with more than 400 members who work in the UK media as critics of drama, art and architecture, music, film and dance. The Film Section has more than 120 voting members working as film critics, journalists and broadcasters, and has presented its awards annually since 1980. 

 

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