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Skyfall has won the top prize at this year's London Evening Standard British Film Awards.

The Daniel Craig James Bond movie, which became the highest-grossing film ever at the UK box office following its release in October, was named 'Film of the Year'.

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Toby Jones picked up 'Best Actor' for his role in Berberian Sound Studio, while Andrea Riseborough scooped 'Best Actress' for her work on Shadow Dancer.

Sacha Baron Cohen, whose recent films have included Les Misérables and The Dictator, was the recipient of this year's 'Editor's Award' "for making every film an event".

Ben Wheatley's Sightseers collected the 'Peter Sellers Award for Comedy', Malcolm Campbell was awarded 'Best Screenplay' for What Richard Did and My Brother the Devil writer-director Sally El Hosaini was recognised as the 'Most Promising Newcomer'.

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[Toby Jones and Andrea Riseborough attend the awards]

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