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John Crowley Wins British Indie Award
01 Dec 2004 :

John Crowley

John Crowley has picked up the Douglas Hickox Award for Best Debut Director for at the 2004 British Independent Film Awards for the Irish feature film ‘Intermission.’

Mike Leigh’s contentious story of an abortionist in 1950s England ‘Vera Drake’ received

the most accolades with six awards including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress for Imelda Staunton and Phil Davis and Eddie Marson picking up the Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor awards respectively.

The Best Newcomer award went to ‘So Solid Crew’s’ Ashley Walters for his portrayal of Ricky in Bullet Boy, an eighteen year old fresh out of custody and desperate to stay on the straight and narrow.

Chan-wook Park’s 'Oldboy' was named Best Foreign Film, with the acclaimed feature 'Touching the Void' won the Best Documentary and Best Technical Achievement awards.

The Full List of Winners:

Best British Film
Vera Drake

Best Actor
Phil Davis – Vera Drake

Best Actress
Imelda Staunton – Vera Drake

Supporting Actress/Actor
Eddie Marsan – Vera Drake

Most Promising Newcomer
Ashley Walters – Bullet Boy

Best Director
Mike Leigh – Vera Drake

Best Screenplay
Simon Pegg & Edgar Wright – Shaun of the Dead

Debut Director
John Crowley – Intermission

Best Foreign Film
Oldboy

Best British Documentary
Touching the Void

Best Technical Achievement
Mike Eley – Cinematography – Touching the Void

Achievement In Production
Vera Drake

Raindance Award
The Barn

Variety UK Personality Award
JK Rowling

Richard Harris Award
Bob Hoskins

Special Jury Prize
Norma Heyman

Best British Short
School of Life





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