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Warp Films Warp Films 18 BIFA Nominations for Warp Films & Warp X

Warp Films:
18 BIFA Nominations for Warp Films & Warp X

 

Kill List, Submarine & Tyrannosaur each receive nominations.

The 14th Annual British Independent Film Awards (BIFAs) will take place on Sunday the 4th of December 2011, at Old Billingsgate in Central London. The British Independent Film Awards set out to celebrate merit and achievement in independently funded British filmmaking, to honour new talent, and to promote British films and filmmaking to a wider public.

This year Warp Films & Warp X have received 18 BIFA nominations in total across three films: 

KILL LIST – 6 Nominations

Best Director – Ben Wheatley
Best Screenplay – Ben Wheatley, Amy Jump
Best Actress – MyAnna Buring (Shel)
Best Actor – Neil Maskell (Jay)
Best Supporting Actor  – Michael Smiley (Gal)
Best Achievement In Production
 
SUBMARINE – 5 Nominations
 
Best Directorial Debut – Richard Ayoade
Best Screenplay – Richard Ayoade, 
Best Supporting Actress – Sally Hawkins (Jill Tate)
Most Promising Newcomer – Craig Roberts (Oliver Tate)
Most Promising Newcomer – Yasmin Paige (Jordana Bevan)
 
TYRANNOSAUR – 7 Nominations 
 
Best British Film
Best Director – Paddy Considine
Best Directorial Debut – Paddy Considine
Best Actress – Olivia Colman (Hannah)
Best Actor – Peter Mullan (Joseph)
Best Supporting Actor  – Eddie Marsan (James)
Best Achievement In Production
 
Full nominations are on the BIFA website
 
 
 
 

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