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Other multiple nominees include Philomena, Blue Jasmine, Filth, Gravity and The Wolf of Wall StreetScroll down for full nominations

Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave leads the nominees for the London Critics’ Circle Film Awards, with nine nods. Stephen FrearsPhilomena follows with five nominations.

Receiving four each were Blue Jasmine, Filth, Gravity and The Wolf of Wall Street.

Films getting three nominations each were American Hustle, Blue is the Warmest Colour, Captain Phillips, Frances Ha, The Great Beauty, Inside Llewyn Davis, Nebraska and The Selfish Giant.

Gary Oldman will be honoured with the Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Film. Oldman said: “I am truly honoured, and humbled to be named for this prestigious award, especially when one considers both who is doing the awarding and also the inspirational list of past recipients. I can’t wait to be there.”

The 34th London Critics’ Circle Film Awards, voted on by 140 members, will be held »

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