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32nd London Film Critics Circle Awards - Winners

Premiere Scene’s Claire & Anthony Bueno caught up with the worthy 32nd London Film Critics Circle Award winners Kenneth Branagh - Best Supporting Actor (My week with Marilyn); Andrew Haigh - Breakthrough British Filmmaker (Weekend); Michael Fassbender - British Actor of the Year (Shame & A Dangerous Method; Craig Roberts - Young British Performer of the Year (Submarine); Olivia Colman - British Actress of the Year (The Iron Lady, Tyrannosaur), Donald Sutherland - Presenting Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Cinema Award to Nicolas Roeg, Lynne Ramsay - British Film of the Year (We Need To Talk About Kevin), Michel Hazanavicius - Film of the Year, Director of the Year & Jean Dujardin - Actor of the Year (The Artist); Asif Kapadia & his winning team - Documentary of the Year (Senna)

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32nd London Film Critics Circle Awards - Red Carpet Arrivals

Premiere Scene’s Claire & Anthony Bueno had high expectations for 32nd London Film Critics Circle Awards in aid of their charity partner, the BFI Archive and they weren’t disappointed when they caught up with nominees Ben Wheatley, director, (Kill List) Luc Roeg, Producer (We Need To Talk About Kevin); Michael Smiley, Best Supporting Actor (Kill List); Jean Dujardin, Actor of the Year, (The Artist); Lynne Ramsay and Rory Kinnear, Director of the Year (We Need To Talk About Kevin); Michel Hazanavicius, Director of the year, Screenwriter of the Year (The Artist); Jeremy Irvine, Young British Performer of the Year (War Horse); Craig Roberts and Yasmin Paige, Young British Performer of the year (Submarine); Asif Kapadia, Documentary of the year (Senna)

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We Need to Talk About Kevin Premiere

We Need to Talk About Kevin is a shocking, impressive entry from Glaswegian director Lynne Ramsay. Adapted from Lionel Shriver's novel of the same name the film follows Eva (Tilda Swinton) regain control of her life after an unexplained tragedy. Simultaneously we are shown the raising of her son Kevin; masterfully played in his teenage years by Ezra Miller (Another Happy Day, The Perks of Being a Wallflower). A must see movie.

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