2018 BFI London Film Festival

Grierson Award (Best documentary): What You Gonna Do When The World’s On Fire? – Roberto Minervini

Best Short Film: Lasting Marks – Charlie Lyne

Best Film: Joy – Sudabeh Mortezai

Sutherland Award (First feature):
Girl – Lukas Dhont

 

2019 London Critics Circle Awards

British/Irish Actress: Jessie Buckley – Beast

British/Irish Actor: Rupert Everett – The Happy Prince

Young British/Irish Performer: Molly Wright – Apostasy

Breakthrough British/Irish Filmmaker The Philip French Award: Michael Pearce – Beast
British/Irish Short Film Three Centimetres – Directed By Lara Zeidan

Technical Achievement: Cold War – Cinematography, Lukasz Zal

The Dilys Powell Award for Excellence In Film Pedro Almodóvar


Film of the Year: Roma

Foreign-Language Film: Cold War 

Documentary: Faces Places

British/Irish Film of the Year The Attenborough Award: The Favourite

Director: Alfonso Cuarón – Roma

Screenwriter: Deborah Davis and Tony Mcnamara – The Favourite

Actress:  Olivia Colman – The Favourite

Actor: Ethan Hawke – First Reformed

Supporting Actress: Rachel Weisz
The Favourite

Supporting Actor: Richard E Grant – Can You Ever Forgive Me?





British/Irish Actress: Jessie Buckley – Beast

British/Irish Actor: Rupert Everett – The Happy Prince
Young British/Irish Performer: Molly Wright – Apostasy
Breakthrough British/Irish Filmmaker: The Philip French Award: Michael Pearce – Beast
British/Irish Short Film Three Centimetres – Directed By Lara Zeidan
Technical Achievement: Cold War – Cinematography, Lukasz Zal
The Dilys Powell Award for Excellence In Film Pedro Almodóvar