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Just last week the Gotham Awards and Spirit Awards honoured the best in indepedent cinema from the past twelve months, and last night it was the UK's turn as the winners of the 14th Moët British Independent Film Awards were announced in London. Taking the ceremony's top honour - Best British Independent Film - was Paddy Considine's acclaimed directorial debut Tyrannosaur, which also picked up Best Actress (Olivia Colman) and Best Debut Director (Considine), with its haul of three accolades making it the most celebrated film of the evening.

In the other main categories, Lynne Ramsay was named Best Director for We Need To Talk About Kevin, while Michael Fassbender took home Best Actor for Steve McQueen's Shame and Vanessa Redgrave (Coriolanus) and Michael Smiley (Kill List) were honoured in the supporting categories. Ralph Fiennes was also presented with the coveted Richard Harris Award for his outstanding contributions »

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