’12 Years A Slave’ Leads London Critics’ Circle Nominations; Gary Oldman To Receive Excellence In Film Honor
Source: Nancy Tartaglione / Deadline.com
British helmer Steve McQueen’s 12 Years A Slave grabbed nine nominations today for the London Critics’ Circle Film Awards. They include Film of the Year, director and screenwriter, along with acting mentions for Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender, and Lupita Nyong’o. Next up with five nods is Stephen Frears’ Philomena which received nominations in the film, British acting and screenplay races. Also scoring multiple nominations are Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine, Jon S. Baird’s Filth – which just won lead James McAvoy a British Independent Film Award – Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity, and Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf Of Wall Street. There are 10 movies vyinig for Film of the Year. Although American Hustle and Captain Phillips are not in that field, each picked up three nominations. Captain Phillips star Tom Hanks is a double nominee with nods for lead in that film and as supporting in Saving Mr Banks. The Critics’ Circle also had love for Blue Is The Warmest Color with mentions in the overall film category as well as foreign language. Star Adèle Exarchopoulos is nominated in the lead actress race. (Last year, the group gave its top film and actress prizes to Michael Haneke’s French-language Amour.) The Critics’ Circle also said today that Gary Oldman will receive the Dilys Powell Award For Excellence In Film at the prize ceremony on February 2nd. Here’s the full list of nominees:
FILM OF THE YEAR
Blue Is The Warmest Colour
The Great Beauty
Inside Llewyn Davis
12 Years A Slave
The Wolf Of Wall Street
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