Chair: Rich Cline
Vice Chair: Jane Crowther
Secretary: Karen Krizanovich
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News & Reviews
The acclaimed writer-director will receive the Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Film at the UK film critics' special 40th anniversary ceremony on 30th January. The UK's leading film critics today announced that Sally Potter will receive their top honour, the Dilys...read more
The Oscar-winning costume designer will receive the Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Film at the UK film critics' special 40th anniversary ceremony on 30th January. The UK's leading film critics today announced that Sandy Powell will receive their top honour, the...read more
Pearl Pictures Productions comes on board as headline sponsor for the 40th anniversary of the red carpet awards event, which will be held for a eighth year at The May Fair Hotel. British actors Jenn Murray and John Dagleish will announce the nominations for the 40th...read more
Neil Young reports from the Gijón International Film Festival in Spain Gijón is a city of cinema, haunted by the ghosts of cinemas past. In 1963, when it first hosted the event now known as the Festival Internacional de Cine de Gijón (FICX for short)—for two decades a...read more
The UK Critics’ Circle Film Section is thrilled to announce four new members for 2019/20. Film Section Chair Anna Smith calls them “accomplished professional critics”. They are: James Dyer is the Digital Editor-in-Chief of Empire magazine and the Deputy Editor of...read more
Concorto Comes of Age The biggest, industry-oriented of the world's film-festivals are often described as having a "hothouse" atmosphere—how ironic, then, that one of the most casual, laid-back and non-materialistic celebrations of cinematic art, northern Italy's...read more
Alfonso Cuarón's personal drama also wins Director of the Year, while Yorgos Lanthimos' period black comedy The Favourite takes four awards, including British/Irish Film, Screenwriter, Actress for Olivia Colman and Supporting Actress for Rachel Weisz. The UK's leading...read more
Presented by Dover Street Entertainment and hosted by The May Fair Hotel for a seventh year, the ceremony on Sunday, 20th January, will also be sponsored by Heaven Skincare. Britain's leading film critics today announced that actor, comic and social commentator Judi...read more