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won Best Director for his film The Reckoning at the 2014 British Independent Film Festival, where the film had its UK premiere at Leicester Square on
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Angel of Decay, which earned him a Best Actor Award at the British Independent Film Festival in 2016. In video games, Gage has portrayed Charibert in the
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The movie had its world premiere on 25 April 2015 at the British Independent Film Festival. It received a limited theatrical release in the United Kingdom
Airborne (2012 film) (798 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
purchased the United Kingdom rights for a release in 2012. "British Independent Film Festival opens with Airborne". "I mean Airborne is a twilight zone
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Festival Notes Cleveland International Film Festival Hot List British Independent Film Festival Official Selection Los Angeles Lift-Off Film Festival Official
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won "Best Actor" and "Best Supporting Actress" at the 2013 British Independent Film Festival. Kassianides directed first time actors who won against the
Steve Johnson (director) (1,227 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
at Cineworld, Leicester Square, London as part of the 2019 British Independent Film Festival, where it won Best Feature Film and was nominated for a further
Convergence (2019 film) (324 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
Marcus Macleod as The Strategist The film premiered at the British Independent Film Festival on 11 May 2019 in Leicester Square, London. The film had a
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"The Scandalous Four" in 2009, and it was awarded in 2011 at British Independent Film Festival and in California International Film Festival. In 2009/10
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She won Best Actress for her role as Alice in 'Jump' at The British Independent Film Festival 2012 "Proud to be back - Sheffield Telegraph". Archived from
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Awards Best of the Festival 2019 Nominated 2018 Cotton Wool British Independent Film Festival Best Short Film Nominated 2018 Cotton Wool UK Film Review
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Film Festival Finalist: Best British Short Film - British British Independent Film Festival Nominated: Best Short Film - Norwich Film Festival Nominated:
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Falls. In 2012, he was nominated for "Best Music" at the 2012 British Independent Film Festival (BIFF) Awards for his work on Irvine Welsh's Ecstasy. McConnell
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Gibbs & Samuel Honywood. Young Artist Award Nominated 2010 British Independent Film Festival Best Young Actor Won 2010 Brussels Short Film Festival Best
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in the UK; the Indie Spirit Film Festival in Colorado; the British Independent Film Festival, where it won the British Lion Award for Achievement in Film
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foylefilmfestival.org. Retrieved 2021-03-04. "The Film Festival Guild | British Independent Film Festival". Film Festival Guild. Retrieved 2021-03-04. "Southampton
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Year Award Category Nominated work Result 2016 British Independent Film Festival Best Supporting Actor The Chameleon Nominated Sydney Indie Film Festival
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Veitch). In May 2014, Boxer on the Wilderness screened in the British Independent Film Festival at the Empire Leicester Square and was nominated for Best
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2012 Driftwood Cannes Short Film Corner 2013: Coup de Coeur British Independent Film Festival 2013: Winner – Best Cinematography, Nominated – Best Short
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The Krays, Martin Kemp, the film won Best Feature at the British Independent Film Festival 2014 as well as a string of acting awards. November 2014 saw
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Awards Best Original Screenplay Elephant & Castle (2017) British Independent Film Festival Special Citation Elephant & Castle (2016) Anna Sosenko Trust
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the story. The screenplay won awards and citations at The British Independent Film Festival, the London Independent Film Awards and the New York International
Irvine Welsh's Ecstasy (2,141 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
International Film Festival 2012: Best Film (Nomination). British Independent Film Festival 2012: Best Film (Nomination). Litchfield Hills Film Festival
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Refig. It won an award for the best short film at the 2011 British Independent Film Festival. Wilhelm Liebknecht later wrote that Barthélemy was due to