The film awards are held annually at the May Fair Hotel © Dave Benett.
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Moonlight, Manchester by the Sea and Love & Friendship win two awards each, as Isabelle Huppert claims two top honours.
Ceremony will be held at The May Fair Hotel on 22nd January 2017, sponsored by Suqqu, Audi, Remy Martin, Sacred Spirits, Voss and Cameo Productions
Hosted by the May Fair Hotel for a fifth year, the celebration of film on 22nd January will also be sponsored by Suqqu
Peckhamplex's Honourable Award - The Liberty of the Old Metropolitan Borough of Camberwell
Judi Dench presents Kenneth Branagh with the Dilys Powell Award, as British and Irish talent sweeps the acting prizes.
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Winners to be announced at ceremony on 17th January
Actor-filmmakers Steve Oram and Alice Lowe will return as hosts for the ceremony on 17th January at The May Fair Hotel.
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Acclaimed actor-filmmaker will be honoured with the Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Film at the critics' awards ceremony on 17th January at The May Fair Hotel.
writing in A Critical Century published in 2013 to mark our centenary.
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Richard Linklater wins Film and Director, while Patricia Arquette was named Supporting Actress of the Year at the 35th annual ceremony, held at The May Fair Hotel
Acclaimed actress will be honoured with the Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Film at the critics' awards ceremony on 18th January at The May Fair Hotel.
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Mike Leigh's historical biopic Mr Turner leading the way with seven nominations
Anna Smith is named Chair, and six critics join the Film Section at its annual general meeting
Major event in the film awards calendar will be hosted by The May Fair hotel for the third year running
Blacks hosts the Film Section's summer party in style, with sponsorship from Sacred Gin
Rich Cline & Anna Smith
Steve McQueen's film collects three prizes as Gary Oldman picks up the night's top prize
Gary Oldman to accept the Dilys Powell Award For Excellence In Film, while Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave leads the field with 9 nominations
Longstanding CC member presented with highest honour by BFI Chair Greg Dyke
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Actress to receive the Dilys Powell Award at January event
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Laurence Boyce looks at a study of contemporary Polish cinema just in time for the 10th Kinoteka Polish Film Festival in London
Film Essays For People Who Like Film
The Artist and A Separation top the winners at BFI Southbank on 19th January 2012
Awards to be presented Thursday, 19th January, at BFI Southbank
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Rich Cline, Secretary of the Critics' Circle Film Section
Summer's mindless spectacle gives way to harsher weather's thinking movies.
A fascinating talk with the director of Zorba The Greek
Critical controversy surrounds the UK release of Terrence Malick's Palme D'Or contender
The dazzling awards event was held for the first time at BFI SouthBank.
Enquiries about the Critics' Circle should be made to the Hon Gen Sec Rick Jones by email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 020 8698 2460.