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Three ‘Barley’ Nominations From London Critics
19 Dec 2006 :
The Irish civil war drama ‘The Wind That Shakes the Barley’ has received three nominations from the London Critics Circle including nods for director Ken Loach and producer Rebecca O’Brien.

The Irish civil war drama ‘The Wind That Shakes the Barley’ has received three nominations from the London Critics Circle including nods for director Ken Loach and producer Rebecca O’Brien.

The London Critics Circle awards will hold its annual Film awards ceremony on the 8 February 2007. Irish/UK co-production ‘The Wind That Shakes the Barley’, which won the prestigious Palme d’Or award at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year, was shot on location in Cork and stars Irish actors Cillian Murphy, Padraic Delaney, Orla Fitzgerald and Liam Cunningham.

The London Critics have nominated the feature for three awards including British Producer of the Year for Rebecca O’Brien, British Director of the Year for Ken Loach and The Attenborough Award, British Film of the Year. Alfonso Cuaron’s ‘Children of Men’, Stephen Frears ‘The Queen’, Andrea Arnold’s ‘Red Road’ and Kevin Macdonald’s ‘The Last King of Scotland’ are also up for the top Brit film award.

Vying for the title of Film of the Year is Martin Scorsese’s ‘The Departed’, Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris’ ‘Little Miss Sunshine’, Pedro Almodovar ‘Volver’, Paul Greengrass’ ‘United 93’ and ‘The Queen’.

Nominees in full:

British Producer of the Year

Paul Greengrass, Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner  - United 93  (UIP/UK)
Al Clark, Ken Marshall, Rachel Robey, Paul Andrew Williams  - London to Brighton (Vertigo Films)
Lisa Bryer, Andrea Calderwood, Charles Steel - The Last King of Scotland (20th Century Fox)
Rebecca O'Brien - The Wind That Shakes the Barley (Pathe)
Graham King ­ The Departed (Entertainment)                  

Screenwriter of the Year

Peter Morgan - The Queen (Pathe)
Noah Baumbach - The Squid and the Whale (Sony Pictures)
Guillermo del Toro - Pan's Labyrinth (Optimum Releasing)
Dan Futterman ­ Capote ( Sony Pictures)          
Michael Arndt - Little Miss Sunshine (20th Century Fox)

British Newcomer of the Year

Andrea Arnold  - writer/director, Red Road (Verve Pictures)
Paul Andrew Williams - writer/director, London to Brighton (Vertigo Films)
Jodie Whittaker - actress, Venus (Buena Vista)
Clare-Hope Ashitey - actress, Children of Men (UIP/UK)
Rebecca Hall - actress, The Prestige (Warner Bros)

British Actress of the year in support

Emily Blunt  - The Devil Wears Prada  (20th Century Fox)
Emma Thompson - Stranger Than Fiction (Sony Pictures)
Juliet Stevenson ­ Pierrepoint (Lionsgate UK)
Emily Watson - The Proposition (Tartan Films)
Helen McCrory - The Queen (Pathe)

British Actor of the year in support

Eddie Marsan ­ Pierrepoint (Lionsgate UK)
Michael Caine - The Prestige (Warner Bros)
Bill Nighy - Notes on a Scandal (20th Century Fox)
Leslie Phillips ­ Venus (Buena Vista)
Dominic Cooper - The History Boys (20th Century Fox)

British Actress of the Year

Judi Dench - Notes on a Scandal (20th Century Fox)
Helen Mirren - The Queen (Pathe)
Kate Winslet - Little Children (Entertainment)
Loraine Stanley - London to Brighton (Vertigo Films)
Kate Dickie - Red Road (Verve Pictures)

British Actor of the Year

Sacha Baron Cohen ­ Borat (20th Century Fox)
Toby Jones ­ Infamous (Warner Bros)
Timothy Spall ­ Pierrepoint (Lionsgate UK)
James McAvoy - The Last King of Scotland (20th Century Fox)
Christian Bale - The Prestige (Warner Bros)

British Director of the Year
Andrea Arnold - Red Road (Verve Pictures)
Stephen Frears - The Queen (Pathe)
Christopher Nolan - The Prestige (Warner Bros)
Kevin Macdonald - The Last King of Scotland (20th Century Fox)
Ken Loach - The Wind That Shakes the Barley (Pathe)

Foreign Language Film of the Year

L'Enfant directed by  Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne  (Artificial Eye)
The Death of Mr Lazarescu directed by  Cristi Piuiu (Tartan Films)
Volver directed by Pedro Almodovar (Pathe)
Pan's Labyrinth directed by Guillermo del Toro (Optimum Releasing)
Black Book directed by  Paul Verhoeven (Tartan Films)
Apolcalypto directed by Mel Gibson (Icon)


Actress of the Year

Helen Mirren - The Queen (Pathe)
Penelope Cruz ­ Volver (Pathe)
Judi Dench - Notes on a Scandal (20th Century Fox)
Meryl Streep - The Devil Wears Prada (20th Century Fox)
Joan Allen - The Upside of Anger (The Works)


Actor of the Year

Jeff Daniels - The Squid and the Whale (Sony Pictures)
Philip Seymour Hoffman ­ Capote (Sony Pictures)
Richard Griffiths - The History Boys (20th Century Fox)
David Strathairn - Goodnight, And Good Luck (Redbus)
Forest Whitaker - The Last King of Scotland (20th Century Fox)

Director of the Year

Guillermo del Toro  - Pan's Labyrinth (Optimum Releasing)
Pedro Almodovar ­ Volver (Pathe)
Paul Greengrass  - United 93 (UIP/UK)
Martin Scorsese - The Departed (Entertainment)
Alfonso Cuaron - Children of Men (UIP/UK)

The Attenborough Award, British Film of the Year

Children of Men directed by Alfonso Cuaron (UIP/UK)
The Queen directed by Stephen Frears (Pathe)
Red Road directed by Andrea Arnold (Verve Pictures)
The Last King of Scotland directed by Kevin Macdonald (20th Century Fox)
The Wind That Shakes the Barley directed by Ken Loach (Pathe)


Film of the Year

The Departed directed by Martin Scorsese (Entertainment)
Little Miss Sunshine directed by Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris (20th Century Fox)
Volver directed by Pedro Almodovar (Pathe)
United 93 directed by Paul Greengrass (UIP/UK)
The Queen directed by Stephen Frears (Pathe)


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