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‘Lady Macbeth’ leads British Independent Film awards nominations
    2017-November-3  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

INDIE period hit “Lady Macbeth” leads the nominations for this year’s British Independent Film Awards, which were unveiled Wednesday.

Debut features dominated the list, with the first-time writers, producers and directors of “Lady Macbeth,” “I Am Not a Witch” and “God’s Own Country” all recognized in the three newcomer categories — debut screenwriter, breakthrough producer and The Douglas Hickox Award for best debut director — as well as best screenplay, best director and best British independent film.

Among the 15 nominations were mentions for Florence Pugh, Naomi Ackie and Cosmo Jarvis for their performances, with Ackie nominated twice, for best supporting actress and most promising newcomer. The film has also been nominated in five technical categories, newly introduced this year.

Margaret Mulubwa (“I Am Not a Witch”) was nominated for best actress, with the film also picking up six technical category mentions. “God’s Own Country” leads Josh O’Connor and Alec Secareanu are both nominated for best actor, and the film also got a nomination for Ian Hart for best supporting actor.

“Journeyman” received three nominations, including best actor for Paddy Considine, which is the sixth BIFA nomination of his career. He won best debut director honors in 2011 for “Tyrannosaur.”

“This year’s nominations showcase the range and quality of British independent filmmaking,” said the organization. “It’s a diverse and varied list, in terms of the teams making the films and also the kinds of stories being told. It is especially encouraging to see so much exciting works from so many new filmmakers; this points to a very bright future for British cinema and we’re proud to be at the heart of it, celebrating these exceptional films.”

(SD-Agencies)

 

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