British Independent Film Award Winners Announced — Updating List – Deadline

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The 26th annual British Independent Film Awards take place this evening in London. Scroll down for the winners list. 

Raine Allen-Miller’s debut feature Rye Lane leads this year’s nominations with 16 nods, including Best Director and Best British Independent Film. 

Allen-Miller’s Peckham-set feature also has nominations for Best Screenplay and Best Debut Screenwriter for writing duo Nathan Bryon and Tom Melia, as well as a nod for Yvonne Isimeme Ibazebo for Breakthrough Producer. The film’s leads, Vivian Oparah and David Jonsson scored a Best Joint Lead Performance nomination. Oparah is also nominated in Breakthrough Performance. 

Rye Lane is trailed by Scrapper and All Of Us Strangers, which both clocked 14 nominations. Scrapper received four nominations for debut feature filmmaker Charlotte Regan, including Best Director and Best Screenplay. All Of Us Strangers clocked Best Director. Andrew Scott picked up a Best Lead Performance nomination, and Jamie Bell, Claire Foy, and Paul Mescal grabbed a Best Supporting Performance nod each. Seven craft nominations round out the All of Us Strangers haul.

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Elsewhere, Molly Manning Walker’s debut feature, How to Have Sex, clocked 13 nominations, Jodie Comer received a nod for her role in Mahalia Belo’s debut, The End We Start From, and Tilda Swinton got a Best Lead Performance nod for Joanna Hogg’s The Eternal Daughter

Check back as the list of winners is updated below: 

Best International Independent Film

Anatomy Of A Fall

Best British Short Film

Festival of Slaps

The Raindance Maverick Award

If the Streets Were on Fire

Best Debut Director – Feature Documentary

Chloe Abrahams (The Taste of Mango)

Breakthrough Producer

Theo Barrowclough (Scrapper)

Best Debut Screenwriter

Nida Manzoor (Polite Society)

The Douglas Hickox Award (Best Debut Director)

Savanah Leaf (Earth Mama)

Best Feature Documentary

If the Streets Were on Fire

Breakthrough Performance

Vivian Oparah (Rye Lane)

Best British Independent Film

Best Director

Best Screenplay

Best Lead Performance

Best Supporting Performance

Best Joint Lead Performance

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