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London Film Festival 2010: Award Winners

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The awards winners for the 2010 BFI London Film Festival have been announced. The 54th London Film Festival, run by the British Film Institute in partnership with BBC Blast, was held from October 13, 2010 – October 28, 2010 and was opened by Never Let Me Go. “Broadcaster and journalist Sue Perkins hosted the awards ceremony.” The full list of winners from the London Film Festival 2010 can be found below.

BEST FILM: HOW I ENDED THIS SUMMER, directed by Alexei Popogrebsky

BEST BRITISH NEWCOMER: Clio Barnard, director of THE ARBOR.

SUTHERLAND AWARD: Clio Barnard, director of THE ARBOR

GRIERSON AWARD for Best Documentary: ARMADILLO, directed by Janus Metz

BFI FELLOWSHIP: Danny Boyle

Source: AltFilmGuide

 

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